It has now been more than a decade since government regulations first required the industry to perform the procedures known as recovery, recycling, and reclaim. But it never hurts to brush up on the definitions of these terms.
At the 2003 Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo), manufacturers of recovery units were focused on showcasing equipment with higher efficiency, lower weight, and streamlined design.
During a press briefing at the 2003 AHR Expo, Danfoss noted a wide range of its product developments, including solar hermetic compressors, small hermetics for commercial applications, bimetal valve connections, zone control panel applications, thermostats, and drive technology.
The refrigerant sector at the 2003 Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) was a fairly quiet one — good news for contractors who used to have to deal with endless waves of regulations and an ever-increasing number of refrigerants and oils.
Making ice would seem to be a simple procedure. Just stick a tray in the freezer and you have ice cubes. But if the process involves the creation of ice for a large hockey arena, the procedure could become quite complex.