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Frederictons_Ammonia_Heat_Recovery_System_EN.pdf

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In 2010, the city installed an ammonia heat recovery system at the Lady Beaverbrook Rink, the first of its kind in a Canadian city arena. The ammonia used to make ice passes through a heat exchanger coil embedded in a water-holding tank so that it releases some of its heat to the water. The preheated water is fed to the rink's natural gas boiler to supplement the energy needed to reach the required temperature Read more↗

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