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Level Control Valves Float valve

A hollow float is sometimes used to control the level of refrigerant (see Fig. 11-43). The float is fastened to a lever arm. The arm is pivoted at a given point and connected to a needle that seats at the … Continue reading

17. January 2011 by admin
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Level Control Valves Capillary tubes

Capillary tubes are used to control pressure and temperature in a refrigeration unit. They are most commonly used in domestic refrigeration, milk coolers, ice-cream cabinets, and smaller units. Commercial refrigeration units use other devices. The capillary tube consists of a … Continue reading

17. January 2011 by admin
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