[Infographic] Installing Packaged Refrigeration vs. Traditional Systems

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Installing Packaged Refrigeration vs. Traditional Systems [Infographic]

Low-charge packaged refrigeration is a safe, innovative solution that uses CO2 or ammonia and a secondary refrigerant, such as glycol. This allows facilities to reap the benefits of ammonia’s excellent thermodynamic properties while minimizing the refrigerant charge and risk as the ammonia is isolated to one area and only the secondary refrigerant is circulated throughout the facility.

The system is “packaged” or “modular,” with refrigeration equipment built off site, mounted on a structural steel base, and then delivered to a plant as a self-contained, “plug-and-play” system.

One of the major advantages of a packaged refrigeration system is ease of installation. Here are some of the main reasons why:

Installing Packaged Refrigeration vs. Traditional Systems [Infographic]

Installation is just one of the benefits of packaged refrigeration equipment. Learn more in our new guide, “NH360: The Package Refrigeration Advantage.”

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