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REFRIGERATION-ENGINEER.COM - Newsletter (Iss. 15) - Sun 23rd December 2001
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Welcome to http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com the on-line global refrigeration community, 
joining thousands of refrigeration professionals' (from Managing Directors and Sales Managers to 
Design and Service Engineers) together in debate over anything and everything to do with the world 
of refrigeration.

##We wish all of our members, guests and their families a HAPPY CHRISTMAS##

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CONTENTS
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FORUM
DIRECTORY ENTRY
RECRUITMENT
ANSWER THIS?
ARE YOU INTERESTED?
MERCHANDISE
PSYCHOMETRIC TOOLS

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FORUM
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661 registered members (in addition to the thousands of 'guests' that pop in).

Hot topics currently being discussed in the forum (amongst the 452 active threads):

"Has anyone any experience in the auto-cascade system used in -150'C freezers?  All I know is that 
it uses a single compressor and a special mix of refrigerants"

"consider this scenario. Screw chiller, water-cooled, 500 ton using R-22. Set point 40 degree F 
chilling plain old water. Machine running along with little to no load and nominal cooler flow, 
also cool condenser entering temp. say 65-68 degree F. Flow control on outlet of condenser water to 
maintain at least 160 psi. Large load comes on suddenly, 85-90 degree water entering cooler with 
vastly improved cooler flow. What might happen to the compressor?"

"Can someone tell me from where I can obtain the technical manual/electrical for this chiller - 
30GH030 - 710AEE and the overhaul manual for it's compressor 06E 6275 RA 610A EE?"

Why not drop in & have your say? 
http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/chat/ 

PLEASE NOTE YOU WILL NOT SEE ALL THE DISCUSSION THREADS UNTIL YOU REGISTER AS A MEMBER.  Register 
now (IT'S FREE): 
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DIRECTORY ENTRY
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Why not add your company contact information onto the RE directory so that the thousands of regular 
visitors (over 1.7 million accesses since Feb 01) can easily contact you. http://www.refrigeration-
engineer.com/form.htm 

EXAMPLE (click link):
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RECRUITMENT
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LOOKING FOR A JOB?  Service, Sales, Design, Management?

Visit:http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/jobs for 192 jobs currently vacant in the UK, with 
salaries up to 44k.

We are still working on jobs outside the UK and hope to present vacancies in the US, Canada and 
Australia in the New Year.

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ANSWER THIS...?
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"I think that I am going to be the lucky one who does a refrigerant change on an old Fison 
environmental chamber in the New Year. 

It's currently running on R502 and R13 but will be changing over to R23 and I think we are using 
R408A on the 1st stage. 

Originally I thought 'this could be interesting' and then I realised where the job was...the 
chamber is in a room that is about 2.5 times the size of itself, the compressors etc are all at 
floor level (and at the back of course!). 

The normal aggravation with changing the compressor oil pales into insignificance when I saw the 
location of the oil separators :-0

Anyone out there used R23 and have any input would be welcomed" 
http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/chat/showthread.php3?s=&threadid=503

...Then why not visit the FORUM where this & hundreds of other similar questions are being asked: 
http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/chat/

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ARE YOU INTERESTED...?
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Would you like to write for the site?  Do you or your company have an article they would like to 
share with the rest of the refrigeration community?  
If yes, email: 
mailto:articles@refrigeration-engineer.com and we will include it in our articles section.

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MERCHANDISE
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You can now get yourself identified as a proud member of the Refrigeration Industry with a 
selection of T-shirts, caps, mugs, and other neat gear from RE by clicking: 
http://www.cafepress.com/cp/store/store.aspx?storeid=refrig 

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PSYCHOMETRIC TOOLS
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Visit any one of the link sites offering various psychometric tools & calculators. 
http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/chat/forumdisplay.php3?s=d6b3b7bc2d41ee58f40bb4f41f65cdaf&forumid=36 


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