An ideal refrigerant should be nontoxic, nonflammable, completely stable inside a system, environmentally friendly, and abundantly available or easy to manufacture.
It also would be self-lubricating, compatible with other materials used to fabricate and service refrigeration systems, easy to handle and detect, and low in cost. It would not require extreme pressures, either high or low.
Although neither ammonia nor Freon is an ideal refrigerant, there are advantages and disadvantages to both types. Refrigeration & Mechanical Services are capable of installing either type of chiller.
As you can see, there are several factors to consider when choosing which kind of refrigerant is best for your organization. Let us guide you through the process and save valuable time and resources.
The expert team at Refrigeration & Mechanical Services can help determine which type of refrigerant will works best for your organization, anywhere in the West Michigan and greater Grand Rapids areas. Please contact us today to request a free consultation.