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The incorporation of ice storage to a chilled water system will even out the energy profile by removing the random switching in and out of refrigeration compressors while maintaining chilled water temperatures at just over 0 C without the use of anti-freeze solutions. With these low chilled water temperatures and by extending the heat transfer surface, the system enables products (in this case milk) to be cooled to under 2 C.

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Authors: KERKHOFF T, Premier Dairies Limited, Dublin (IE)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 13085 EN (1990) 16 pp., FS, ECU 5
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ISBN: ISBN 92-826-1768-8
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