Gas application examples in the HVAC industry
As refrigeration manufacturers have become increasingly aware of the importance
of quality assurance measures, they have adopted nitrogen purging and pressure
testing practices to obtain better performance and results
Whether it's an industrial or residential building， HVAC is all around us all.
What is HVAC?
HVAC includes heating， ventilation and air conditioning. HVAC is the effective system that exists around each of our air conditioners， whether they are in a residential area or in an industrial location. The focus of HVAC systems is to provide thermal control and comfort in the room using heat transfer， fluid dynamics and thermodynamics.
The Use of Nitrogen in HVAC Systems
HVAC requires nitrogen throughout the testing， manufacturing and ongoing maintenance process. Nitrogen is used for pressure testing and cleaning of copper coils. Many times， the manufacturer of the HVAC system pressurizes the coils before shipping to verify that there are no leaks in them.
Nitrogen also avoids oxidation of the metal because it hinders the presence of moisture during the leak testing process.
In addition to these uses， nitrogen is also used in gas-assisted laser cutting of sheet metal cabinets.
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- Food preservation, packaging
- Coal Mining
- Steel smelting
- Food processing
- Water Treatment
- Plastic moulding
- Laboratory high-purity gases
- Metal Processing
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Electric energy
- Microbial fermentation
- Metal welding
- Blown Glass
- Aerospace industry
- Other Industries
- HVAC Industry
- Cement and building materials industry