Cooling; allaying heat or fever.
That which makes to be cool or cold; specifically, a medicine or an application for allaying fever, or the symptoms of fever; -- used also figuratively.
A chemical used in refrigeration, to keep substances cool.
Substance used in refrigerating mechanism. It absorbs heat by changing from a liquid to a gas, and releases its heat in a condenser as the substance returns from the gaseous state back to liquid state.
A liquid used to cool devices by absorbing heat from surrounding air or liquid as it evaporates. RING MAIN An industry term for a flow and return circuit transporting fluids or gases. SAFETY SHUT-OFF VALVE A device on a gas appliance which shuts off the gas supply to the appliance to prevent a hazardous situation. A flame failure safety shut-off (or safety pilot) operates when the actuating flame becomes extinguished. A "100%" shut-off valve cuts off all gas, including the main pilot burners. Other types may cut off only the gas supply to the main burner(s).
the fluid used for heat transfer in a refrigerating system. Within a closed system it is evaporated, condensed and evaporated again to transfer heat from the area of evaporation to the area of condensation.
a substance used to provide cooling, either as the working substance of a refrigerator, or by direct absorption of heat..... return
The medium of heat transfer in a refrigeration system that picks up heat by evaporating at a low temperature and rejects heat by condensing at a high temperature.
The substance used in an air conditioning system. It absorbs the heat as it changes from liquid to gas in the evaporator, then gives up the heat as it changes back to a liquid in the condenser.
A fluid that absorbs heat at a low temperature and pressure, with a change of state, and rejects heat at a higher temperature and pressure.
A heat transfer agent, usually a liquid, used in equipment such as refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners.
cooling action, reduces fever
A chemical that produces a refrigerating effect while expanding and vaporizing. Most residential air conditioning systems contain R-22 refrigerant. R-22 is regulated under the Montreal Protocol and in the United States by the Environmental Protection Agency. R-22 is scheduled to be in production until the year 2020 but new equipment using R-22 will not be manufactured after 2010. Manufacturers have begun transitioning new air conditioning systems to alternative refrigerants such as R-410A. R-410A is a blend of hydroflourocarbons, substances that do not contribute to depletion of the ozone layer.
A substance that is used in A/C systems.
lowers body temperature. Used in cases of fever or to lower body temperature in hot weather. Lemons and mint are refrigerant. That's why we add them to iced tea in summer.
These are herbs that have cooling properties, lower the body temperature and relieve thirst.
causing cooling or freezing; "a refrigerant substance such as ice or solid carbon dioxide"
a chemical compound that absorbs, carries and releases heat in an air-conditioning system
a compound that gives off heat when in a gaseous state and that absorbs heat when it is compressed into a liquid state
a fluid (liquid or gas) which transfers heat away from one point to another
a fluid, which vaporizes (boils) at a low temperature
a gas which, when compressed, becomes liquid
a substance capable of carrying heat which is picked up at a low temperature level and is compressed to a high temperature, whereupon the heat can be removed by the condensing medium, which is either cold water or cold air
the fluid in a refrigeration cycle that absorbs heat at low temperatures and rejects heat at higher temperatures
a cooling preparation taken orally or applied externally.
A chemical that condenses from a vapor to liquid in a practical temperature range for home heating and cooling. In the process of evaporating, the refrigerant absorbs heat, and when it turns to liquid, it releases heat.
A chemical compound used as the medium of heat transfer in a refrigeration system. It picks up heat by evaporating and gives up heat by condensing.
Ingredient that cools inflammation or eases muscle pain.
A naturally occurring or man made liquid which absorbs and releases heat energy in a refrigeration device by changing phase from a liquid to a gas and visa versa in response to the influence of a refrigeration compressor.
Allays thirst; cools
a substance circulated under pressure within a cooling system that produces the refrigerating effect.
This is a liquid with an extremely low boiling point of minus 21.7°F. This gives it unique cooling qualities. Because it responds well to low pressure conditions and condenses easily it is easy to change the temperature of the substance which means it is easy to cool. When it is cooled it absorbs heat quickly and effectively.
A substance capable of carrying heat, which it picks up at a low temperature level, and is then compressed to a higher pressure and temperature, where the heat can be removed by the condensing medium, air or water.
Substance used in refrigerating mechanism to absorb heat in evaporator coil by change of state from a liquid to a gas, and to release its heat in a condenser as the substance returns from the gaseous state back to a liquid state.
A substance which is cooling and can reduce fever.
A substance that remains a gas at low temperatures and pressure and can be used to transfer heat. Freon is an example.
Chemical used to transfer heat by taking advantage of the laws of physics.
A chemical that produces a refrigerating effect while expanding and vaporizing. Most residential air conditioning systems contain R-22 refrigerant. R-22 is regulated under the Montreal Protocol and in the United States by the Environmental Protection Agency. R-22 is scheduled to be in production until the year 2020. It's used in approximately 95 percent of air conditioning equipment manufactured in the U.S. today.
A substance used in a refrigeration system to absorb heat in the evaporator coil, by means of a change of state from liquid to a gas, and to release its heat in the condenser as the substance returns from the gaseous state back into a liquid. Also see Freon.(Added: 12-Sep-1999 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
A chemical that produces a cooling effect while expanding or vaporizing. Most residential air conditioning units contain the standard R-22 refrigerant, or Freon.
The fluid in a refrigeration system that changes from a liquid to a vapor and back to a liquid at certain pressures.
A chemical that cools air as it evaporates. Air conditioning systems use Refrigerant in the Evaporator Coil to cool air as it passes by.
A chemical that condenses from a vapor to liquid and, in the process, decreases in temperature.
Media of heat transfer in a refrigeration unit. R12 and R22 are commonly used refrigerants. ( 082)
a substance used to absorb and transfer heat, can be air, water, gas or chemical.
The liquid used to absorb and transfer heat from one part of the home comfort system to another.
The fluid used for heat transfer by a heat pump; it absorbs heat at a low temperature and pressure and rejects heat at a higher temperature and pressure.
Working medium in a refrigeration cycle that is successively compressed, cooled, and then expanded; in expanding, the refrigerant absorbs heat from its surroundings to provide refrigeration
A substance used to provide cooling. Refrigeration Cycle â€“ The cycle that describes the changes that take place to a refrigerant in absorbing heat and subsequently radiating it as it is circulated around a refrigerator
a cooling remedy; an agent relieving fever or thirst.
a potion that cools.
a fluid used in a heat pump designed to condense and vapourize at specific temperatures and pressures to enable the transfer of heat energy between two heat exchangers (also see CFC).
A substance that remains a gas at low temperatures and pressure and can be used to transfer heat (e.g., Freon, used in air conditioning systems)
The working agent in an A/C system that absorbs, carries and releases heat. The two primary automotive refrigerants are R12 and R134a, but many other substances have similar properties (primarily a low boiling temperature) that allow them to be used as "a
A liquid such as Freon that is use in cooling devices to absorb heat from surrounding air or liquids as it evaporates.
Affects immune system and reactivity due to its ability to produce coolness or reduce fever. May also decrease thirst and give a sensation of coolness to the system.
A substance that produces a refrigerating effect while expanding or vaporizing.
A fluid (liquid or gas) that picks up heat by evaporating at a low temperature and pressure. It gives up heat by condensing at a higher temperature and pressure
Capable of cooling the body temperature, usually by means of persperation.
Acts as a cooling agent to reduce fever.
Relieves fever and thirst. A cooling remedy. Lowers body temperature.
The substance used in an air-conditioning system that absorbs and gives up heat as it changes from a liquid to a gas to a liquid.
Fluid used in cooling systems that absorbs heat, changing into a vapor in the process.
A substance utilized to produce refrigeration by its expansion or vaporization.
The compound (working fluid) used in air conditioners, heat pumps, and refrigerators to transfer heat into or out of an interior space. This fluid boils at a very low temperature enabling it to evaporate and absorb heat.
Substance such as ammonia, fluorocarbons (e.g., Freon) and less frequently CO2 and SO2 capable of removing heat from their surroundings by boiling at the desired temperature under economical and safe operating conditions. Also see "Brine."
A refrigerant is a compound used in a heat cycle that undergoes a phase change from a gas to a liquid and back. The two main uses of refrigerants are refrigerators/freezers and air conditioners. Cf. coolant.