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Subject: Re: fridge compressors

Date: 04/04/02 at 8:43 AM
Posted by: Eugene Girardin
E-mail: ekg@paradise.net.nz
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In Reply to: Re: fridge compressors posted by Donald Mattox on 03/16/02 at 2:03 PM:

Another idea might be to use a small compressor and reservoir to compress air to 8-10 bar or so (and drain any condensed water), cool the air at the high pressure (a simple coiled copper tube which might also be the reservoir) and expand the air to ambient pressure, at which stage it should be quite cool.


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