1. Saturation temperature

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What saturation temperature should i maintain on different types of systems ?
In case of an air conditioner ,
4.4°C is the saturated suction temp.
So we maintaining the suction pressure to get the proper saturation temp.
ie R22 68.5 psig = 4.4°C
R134a 35 psig = 4.4
R 410a 118 = 4.4

What saturation temperature need for walk in freezer ? (-21°C room temp)

What saturation temperature need for walk in chiller ? (3°C room temp )
If you give the saturation temp. I can calculate suction pressure of different refrigerants .

2. Do yourself a favor and post in *F it's what 90% of the users here use, most probably don't want to have to sit and covert it over to answer your question.

3. It's not a joke, i am totally confused because first time in refrigeration

4. I'm sure its not a joke.

5. What saturation temperature should i maintain on different types of systems ?
In case of an air conditioner ,
40°F is the saturated suction temp.
So we maintaining the suction pressure to get the proper saturation temp.
ie R22 68.5 psig = 40°F
R134a 35 psig = 40°F
R 410a 118 = 40°F

What saturation temperature need for walk in freezer ? (-6°F room temp needed)

What saturation temperature need for walk in chiller ? (36°F room temp needed)
If you give the saturation temp. I can calculate suction pressure of different refrigerants .

What saturation temperature should i maintain on different types of systems ?
In case of an air conditioner ,
40°F is the saturated suction temp.
So we maintaining the suction pressure to get the proper saturation temp.
ie R22 68.5 psig = 40°F
R134a 35 psig = 40°F
R 410a 118 = 40°F

What saturation temperature need for walk in freezer ? (-6°F room temp needed)

What saturation temperature need for walk in chiller ? (36°F room temp needed)
If you give the saturation temp. I can calculate suction pressure of different refrigerants .
The metering device and air flow determine that!

7. So on walk in units, you aim for about 10-15*F lower than the box temp.

So if you want the room temp to be 36*F then look at your P/T chart and find what the refrigerant is 10-15*F below that.

Freezers are about the same, maybe 20*F less than the box temp.