Halocarbon Refrigeration Systems
Freije-RSC has years of experience in installing halocarbon refrigeration systems in both commercial and industrial applications. Freije-RSC provides a one-stop solution for your halocarbon system needs. Our in-house team of designers, project managers and installation teams all work together to guarantee your new halocarbon refrigeration systems is installed with no issues.
Halocarbon Refrigeration Systems work well with projects that are smaller, usually under 50,000 sq. ft., although Halocarbon can be used in facilities up to 200,000 sq. ft. Freije-RSC’s engineering team can work with you to help determine the best fit for your commercial or industrial solution.
Freije-RSC has decades of experience installing the following Halocarbon Refrigeration Systems:
Air Cooled Condensing Unit Split Circuit System
Compressors are factory packaged with condensers that are, usually, close-coupled with one or two air units. Condensing units are located normally on the roof above the air unit. Condensing units can also installed on ground level.
Several compressors are connected together on a common suction accumulator, and several of these compressor racks are connected together to serve various suction levels. Rack systems are normally skidded and pre-packaged by an equipment manufacturer or packaging fabricators. Large air-cooled condensers are most commonly applied to a rack system, but evaporative condensers can also be utilized to reduce operating costs. Rack systems commonly are applied in grocery stores and are not common in distribution centers due to the added equipment and piping costs when compared to air-cooled split circuit systems.
In addition, system refrigerant leaks and semi-hermetic compressor burn-outs, which can contaminate a common oil return system on a rack arrangement can cause problems with many air units. Leaks can affect a large refrigerated area compared to multiple halocarbon split circuit systems.
Central Industrial Type Halocarbon System
Similar to the central ammonia system previously described but generally with a 10% to 15% higher initial cost due to requirements of larger vessels, pipes, additional insulation for cold piping and vessels, and the substantially higher cost of refrigerant charge. The operating power for a halocarbon system is between 2% to 20% higher than an ammonia system depending on the type of halocarbon refrigerant utilized and the operating temperature.
Our service technicians provide start-up, operation, and training to make sure your facility is operating smoothly before we leave the site.
To learn more about Freije-RSC’s halocarbon refrigeration systems solutions contact a Freije-RSC Engineered Solutions Company specialist to discuss your individual project needs.