It can. However, what is needed is the higher pressure. The two are related,
as the pressure temperature charts show. But, the pressure is the variable
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The Daring Dufas wrote:
Why couldn't a thermostat that can sense condenser coil temperature be
used to turn on the fan when the coils reach some pre-determined
Along the same lines, but even more extreme, I have seen systems here
(Minneapolis) for commercial kitchen refrigeration where the compressor
is in the basement, condenser on the roof, and where there is an
automatic valve to bypass the rooftop condenser when the head pressure
is too low.
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