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Guide to Refrigeration Process and Applications

The refrigeration process involves the removal of heat from a substance or an object and moving it to a desired place or state. The basic purpose of refrigeration is to control the temperature of an object and maintain it. Many refrigeration systems are available that are used for this purpose. Refrigeration has numerous applications including the air conditioning of small or large buildings, refrigeration of foods, vegetables and fruits, and other important applications in industry. It is used to liquify gases such as oxygen, nitrogen, methane and other, as well as used in chemical plants and oil refineries.Image Credits: flickr.com

This guide explains everything about the process, its applications, troubleshooting refrigeration systems and also gives information about refrigerants and their properties.

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