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  1. #1
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    Supermarket on Co2 Down Under

    Here's a few pics form a couple of sites that we have installed full liquid recirc Co2 systems in supermarkets. One plant is R134a/Co2 cascade with water cooled hi stage and screw compressors, the other R404a/Co2 and air cooled. All field pipework is copper pipe with steel pipe on the rack on the larger diameter pipes.


    Site #1 R404a/Co2


    Plantroom


    Co2 vessel and low stage Co2 rack


    Switchboard internal


    Switchboard external


    Co2 pipework back of house


    Co2 pipework


    Co2 Coolroom evaporator with hand expansion valve

  2. #2
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    Site #2 R134a/Co2


    Co2 Rack


    Switchboard controls


    Switchboard internals


    Plantroom pipework


    Co2 piping entering/exiting plantroom


    Bitzer screw rack R134a


    Bitzer screw rack R134a

  3. #3
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    Actually here is a third site with a decent piperun under the store (carpark)


    Quadruple stacked main run to shopfloor


    Plantroom internal pipwork - water lines, Co2 and R404a lines


    Co2 pipework turning onto rack

  4. #4
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    Wow! How long did some of those jobs take? I love the attention to detail. That pipe work looks great.

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    Looks nice.
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  6. #6
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    great googaly moogaly! it all looks planned out nicely and orderly detailed draowings? Mega store it looks like? Some times our layouts are just scribbles on a piece of paper..that when the fights start for space between the contractors

  7. #7
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    Congratulations on such a beautiful installation! It's extremely well done.

    I simply can't imagine a supermarket chain here in the States spending the money to get such workmanship and detail.

    Thanks so much for posting those pics.

  8. #8
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    Sweet!!!

    Is there a full time tech there to moniter those babies?

  9. #9
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    Very nice. its nice to see someone who takes pride in his work.

  10. #10
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    Very impressive. Neat, organized and well done.
    Waddya mean don't thaw out the frig with a knive?

  11. #11
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    Who is the rack manufacturer? Fantastic by the way.

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    Sweet I would love to get my hands on a market like that.
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  13. #13
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    AKA 265 Danfoss controls.

    God Jamnit them screws use a lot of oil. Look at the size of the oil separator.

    Looks good. "yes sir, mr store manager, I need to come back tomorrow and repaint all the discharge lines again, the red paint is peeling".

    Wally world is about to go full on with co2 I am told. Won't look all perty like that on though.

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