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Fred B Wachs Deceased2957 Four Pines Ct, Lexington, KY 40502

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2957 Four Pines Ct, Lexington, KY 40502    859-2633154   

4801 Old Richmond Rd, Lexington, KY 40515    859-2633154   

1240 Blue Point Ave, Naples, FL 34102    239-7741085   

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Fred Wachs

Licenses:
License #: RS123965A - Expired
Category: Real Estate Commission
Type: Real Estate Salesperson-Standard

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Computer Networking Professional

Location:
Lexington, Kentucky Area
Industry:
Computer Networking
Work:
Bluegrass Family Health 2004 - 2009
Computer support
Education:
Metropolitan State College of Denver 1976 - 1979
BS, Biology & Chemistry
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Fred Wachs

Location:
Lexington, Kentucky Area
Industry:
Computer Networking

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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Fred B. Wachs
Director
THE FUND FOR ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH IN THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY MEDICAL CENTER Provost Office, Lexington, KY 40536
Fred B. Wachs
Incorporator
KNIGHT RIDDER PRODUCTIONS

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Refrigeration System With Evaporative Subcooling

US Patent:
5069043, Dec 3, 1991
Filed:
Jul 7, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/376432
Inventors:
Fred B. Wachs - Lexington KY
Roy W. Abbott - Louisville KY
Assignee:
Advanced Cooling Technology, Inc. - Lexington KY
International Classification:
F28D 500
US Classification:
62305
Abstract:
A refrigeration system including a compressor, condenser and evaporator utilizes an evaporative subcooler downstream of the condenser for subcooling the refrigerant for increased system efficiency. The strategic placement of the subcooler for cooling in the liquid zone allows the operating pressure and temperature of the refrigeration system to be reduced and the refrigerant in the system to provide the greatest cooling effect in the evaporator. As an additional feature, a counterflow heat exchanger is provided in the liquid zone adjacent the subcooler in order to provide additional subcooling and also provide for warming of the cooling water used for evaporative cooling. The subcooler can be readily used as a retrofit in an existing system and is particularly adapted for increasing efficiency in high capacity use situations, such as in the food industry. Preferably, condensate water is used for cooling in the evaporative subcooler, but tap water is used for makeup cooling water. The water is pumped by a cone pump and delivered by a slinger integral with the cone pump to the coils.

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