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Hydrocarbons and ammonia must be treated as ‘special waste’ because of their flammability and/or toxicity. Special waste is a controlled waste consisting of, or containing, substances that could be dangerous to health or have a flash point of 21 °C or less and listed in the Special Waste Regulations 1996. The Chemicals (Hazard, Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations 1994 (as amended) may also apply. g. designers, manufacturers, installers, instructors, owners, users) should take advantage of any opportunity for reducing or eliminating emissions of environmentally damaging refrigerants.
Consideration is being given to the use of carbon dioxide in the air conditioning market. Air cycle cooling is currently used in aircraft cooling with potential for development into landbased air conditioning applications. 1 General These types of system are increasingly popular in building services, and have special requirements for commissioning, compared to packaged and split systems. The majority of the contents of this Code are applicable to VRV/VRF systems, but some additional explanation is given here.
Hence, the amount of lubricant to be retained in the system outside of the compressor under normal operational conditions should be stabilised by this time and the lubricant level in the compressor should be relatively constant. In addition, any residual scale or foreign material in refrigerant lines and water circuits should have been loosened and collected at strainers. By the end of the running-in period any incorrect adjustments or sources of potential trouble should be apparent. (h) During this load changing procedure, the satisfactory operation of the liquid line solenoid valve, compressor capacity control system, unloaded compressor start-up, and automatic pumpdown, should be observed where these facilities are specified.
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