Focus on oil level control, a contributing factor in Advansor's success in the development and production of transcritical CO2 systems

published Jun 12, 2012 - 5 pages

When Kim G. Christensen and Torben M. Hansen founded Advansor in 2006, they were particularly focused on the components needed to ensure unrivalled operational reliability...

One of the greatest challenges in the design of CO2 systems is ensuring refrigerant charge during down time. The system thus becomes easy to service, by a pump-down can be performed to the receiver.

However, for ambient temperatures of up to 40°C, it means that the system must be

When Kim G. Christensen and Torben M. Hansen founded Advansor in 2006, they were particularly focused on the components needed to ensure unrivalled operational reliability...

One of the greatest challenges in the design of CO2 systems is ensuring refrigerant charge during down time. The system thus becomes easy to service, by a pump-down can be performed to the receiver.

However, for ambient temperatures of up to 40°C, it means that the system must be designed for a pressure of approx. 100 bar, which must also be taken into account in the selection of sensors.


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