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    Refrigerant Practical Limit???

    Hi guys! This maybe a dumb question. Haha, but I just want to comprehend it right. And I know that people here is so amazing..ok alright, here goes my question...

    What is the right definition for practical limit???

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    Where does this "practical limit" exist ?

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    I have been reading about CO2 refrigeration systems and I just ran across this practical limit, I have tried to google it, but it just said that it is one of the standards for refrigerant, I just want to know what does that mean...

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    There's some good rack guys here on this site. I'm sure they could explain it. Personally I've never worked with C02 as a refrigerant.
    I will look into it though and see what I can find.

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    Surprisingly, this is the pdf you've just sent has the same content on what I am reading right now. It just mentioned the word "practical limit" without any note or whatsoever to explain it.

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    RSES? Who would of thunk that???



    VTP99, of course.

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    So would I be correct in saying that the "practical" limit is the safe 8 hour exposure limit?

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