We offer two
types of marine refrigeration:
advantages depending on the owners usage patterns.
refrigeration systems uses a compressor to compress gas. The gas
expands in the evaporation plate or tank causing it to cool. This
cooling removes the heat from objects in the refrigerator or ice box.
This process does not cool the objects, it removes the heat from them and
transfers this heat to the evaporation plate or eutectic tank.
refrigeration system with thin evaporation plates will cycle many times a
day, some times up to 20 times. The compressor will run longer if the
thermostat is turned down towards the coolest setting. Heat in objects
is transferred to the evaporation plate each time it cycles. The
compressor operates frequently because the thin evaporation plate is unable
to store the cold.
system still uses a compressor but incorporates a tank filled with liquid
that continually freezes and then defrosts. As the liquid freezes in
the tank, its cooling energy is stored. This stored cooling ability is
then released as the tank defrosts drawing heat from objects in the cool
box. When the tank has almost defrosted the compressor starts again to
freeze the liquids and repeat the process. This process is
called a Eutectic phase.
experience in installing both types of systems and are able to recommend a
suitable system for your application.
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