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The majority of refrigerant emissions can be attributed to lack of maintenance and inappropriate servicing. (...) Refrigerant leakage is often resolved by frequent refrigerant recharge or top- up, which fails to repair the leakage and is a typical example of poor servicing practice. (...) Periodic routine inspections and maintenance of refrigeration appliances, such as refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners Who?
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Score: 1103287 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...ing_Refrigeration_170203_0.pdf
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The majority of refrigerant emissions can be attributed to lack of maintenance and inappropriate servicing. (...) Refrigerant leakage is often resolved by frequent refrigerant recharge or top- up, which fails to repair the leakage and is a typical example of poor servicing practice. (...) Periodic routine inspections and maintenance of refrigeration appliances, such as refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners Who?
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Score: 1103287 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...ps_Save_the_Planet_EN_2016.pdf
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Examples of insulin refrigerators are shown in the figure below: International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP/28-WP/37 26/7/21 DGP/28-WP/37 - 2 - 1.2 This type of insulin refrigerator is an electronic semiconductor refrigerator, which can be powered by external power source or a lithium battery. (...) It is quite possible to mistake this type of lithium battery-powered insulin refrigerator as “refrigerators”, and there are no relevant provisions for dangerous goods carried by passengers or crew in Table 8-1. As a result, this lithium battery powered portable insulin refrigerator may be mistaken as a “refrigerator” and denied carriage by the passenger on board the aircraft. 1.4 In view of the reasonable need for passengers to keep insulin cool and the fact that such lithium battery powered potable insulin refrigerators are portable electronic devices, small portable refrigerators should be permitted on board.
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Score: 1102432.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP28/DGP.28.WP.037.2.en.pdf
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The reason for EGAT to choose refrigerator for the campaign after the light bulb because each year the sale volume of refrigerators in Thailand are more than 1 million units. (...) As 5-refrigerator manufacturers produced this type of refrigerator; it is therefore a quite smooth negotiation in terms of measurement standard of efficiency. (...) In 1996, the refrigerators’ producers were more ready, EGAT extended the project to cover every model of refrigerator in one-door model.
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Score: 1102319.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ssues/energy/op/clasp_yong.pdf
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PROWD MAGNET Dignity, Rights and Domestic Work in Arab states: Technical workshop on challenges and good practices The ILO’s flagship projects on labour migration and decent work for domestic workers hold a technical workshop to showcase the challenges, opportunities and outcomes stemming from its innovative activities in the region. Type: Event When: 11 - 13 October 2014 Where: Istanbul - Turkey Contact(s): Zeina Mezher, National Project Coordinator: Tel: +961 1752400 and Andrea Salvini, Chief Technical Advisor, (t): +9611752400, Ext. 805, (e): salvini@ilo.org In line with the ILO’s Global Strategy on Decent Work for Domestic Workers, the Promoting the Rights of Women Migrant Domestic Workers & MAGNET: Improving Labour Migration Governance and Combatting Human Trafficking projects have piloted and developed a diversified range of activities and resources aimed at securing favourable working conditions for domestic workers while advocating for regulated and monitored environments that protect the rights of all labour migrants. (...) Further information Meeting document Workshop Proceedings: Dignity, Rights and Domestic Work in the Arab States [pdf 1032KB] Tags: decent work, domestic workers, human rights, workers rights, labour migration Regions and countries covered: Global Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Concept note and agenda for the meeting [pdf 552KB] Press release ILO showcases challenges and opportunities in making decent work a reality for migrant domestic workers in Arab states Projects Protecting the Rights of Migrant Women Domestic Workers in Lebanon Migration and Governance Network - MAGNET © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 1102132 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/eve...WCMS_312538/lang--en/index.htm
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BR.780 : Time and control code standards for the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tapes   Français   Español     Home : ITU-R : Publications : Recommendations : BR Series : BR.780 : BR.780-1 (04/02) Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     BR.780 : Time and control code standards for the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tapes Recommendation BR.780-1 (04/02) Approved in 2002-04-30 Status : Superseded   Table of Contents Access : Free Download Available languages and formats :   Click on the selected format and language to get the document     Format Size Posted Article Number English Word 42496 bytes 2002-10-04 E 21740  PDF (acrobat) 71295 bytes 2002-10-04   Español Word 43008 bytes 2002-10-04 S 21740  PDF (acrobat) 71051 bytes 2002-10-04   Français Word 44032 bytes 2002-10-04 F 21740  PDF (acrobat) 71378 bytes 2002-10-04     Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-R Web coordinator Updated : 2010.12.03  
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Score: 1097429.9 - https://www.itu.int/rec/R-REC-BR.780-1-200204-S
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Refrigerated Road Transport | Food Loss and Waste in Fish Value Chains | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Food Loss and Waste in Fish Value Chains Overview Value Chain Loss and Waste Scenarios Solutions Resources Join Us Capture Fisheries Aquaculture Processing & Storage Wholesale Transport Live Fish & Shellfish Transport Refrigerated Road Transport Retail Consumption Refrigerated Road Transport Refrigerated road transport is an essential link in cold chains that aims to supply the consumer with safe, high-quality fish and fish products. (...) Refrigeration Methods and Temperature Refrigeration Methods and Temperature The following refrigeration methods are used:   Mechanical refrigeration using either wall coolers or forced convection coolers blowing air throughout the storage space. (...) International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) The IIR is the only independent intergovernmental science and technology based organization that promotes knowledge of refrigeration fields.
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Score: 1096977.6 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...efrigerated-road-transport/en/
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Pressurized tank A tank capable of holding pressurized goods. Refrigerated tank A tank capable of keeping goods refrigerated. (...) Refrigerated tank 30 feet A refrigerated tank with a length of 30 feet. Refrigerated tank 40 feet A refrigerated tank with a length of 40 feet.
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Score: 1095971.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...zeTypeDescriptionCode_D09B.xsd
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Some barriers have been identified that hinder the adoption of alternative energy efficient HFC-free refrigerants that are used in retail refrigeration systems. (...) Successful case studies of supermarkets that have converted their refrigeration systems from synthetic refrigerants to a natural refrigerant CO 2 have been developed for Article 5 countries. (...) In addition, the case studies contain testimonials of the impact of the conversion on the energy consumption of their refrigeration systems and the retail refrigeration sector in their respective countries.
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Score: 1095208.9 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...geration-and-energy-efficiency
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NOTE [TRANSMITTING COMMUNICATION FROM THE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF IAEA AMENDING ANNEX 3 OF DOCUMENT S/22872/REV.1 AND CORR.1]
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