Death, taxes and refrigeration leaks seem to be constants in the supermarket industry. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, supermarket refrigeration systems on average lose about 23% of their initial refrigerant charge annually to leaks resulting from tiny cracks somewhere in their labyrinth of pipes and machinery. The resulting losses have repercussions ranging from the financial to the environmental. One approach to the leak problem is to build refrigeration systems ...

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