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    I almost forgot.......

    You almost need a chain reaction or a sequence of events or perhaps a perfect storm type situation to lose a low pressure charge. Yes?

    IÂ’m not saying that it never happens, but most leaks result in air being sucked in, rather than refrigerant leaking out.

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    Carrier is already making a low pressure centrifugal with the new R-1233

    https://www.coolingpost.com/world-ne...33zde-chiller/
    If you dont stand behind our troops, please feel free...........to stand in front of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillrdude View Post
    Carrier is already making a low pressure centrifugal with the new R-1233

    https://www.coolingpost.com/world-ne...33zde-chiller/
    So is York.
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    New York YZ coming out in January 165-1000 tons. Based around the YMC2 chiller. It will be capable of running upside down, tower water colder then chilled water. Tower water down to 40 degs F. How simple could the tower control get then. Pull out the plate and frame exchanger, no more cleaning those dang things.

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