American Services refrigeration installation and repair in Fenton knows that there is a saying, “Everything Old is New Again”– and that seems to fit the current state of affairs in the refrigeration and research segment of the appliance industry today.
In order to save and protect the already bruised ozone layer, and minimize global warming, engineer and design teams are once again heralding the wonders of natural refrigerants (hence everything old is new again) carbon dioxide, ammonia, and even air and water. The wise decision to return to natural refrigerants benefits our efforts to protect the ozone layer, and because they perform at a higher efficiency level, it also helps to decrease the greenhouse footprint effect of fossil fuels used in energy production. This helps with efforts to preserve energy reserves of planet Earth for future generations.
In making refrigeration equipment that is earth-friendly in both emissions and energy consumption, as well as dual generation applications to provide additional energy, these systems match well with HVAC assisted systems already in place.
Alternate refrigerants and technology must be developed for smaller facilities that approach the effectiveness of ammonia. Efficiency and reliability of refrigeration systems and equipment must continue to be a priority. There are still some areas that need vast improvements such as the standard vapor compression cycle, heat exchangers ,frequency control fans, any many more components still operating inefficiently.
Refrigeration must be revitalized to be able to serve the needs of the world. Scientist and systems designers need to spearhead the search for the best in refrigerants efficiency, cost reduction, and reliability while providing energy utilization for all forms of refrigeration: industrial, transport, and domestic.