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When the caapillary tube used for controlling refrigerant flow, it connects the outlet of the condenser to the inlet of the evaporator.
Unilab will be tomorrow 21st of February 2019 as a visitor at the Refrigera 2019 fair. Contact our team at +393443402721
Software developers offer many different options when it comes to licences. In the last few years, the sector has been influenced by several important changes such as the rise of Cloud Computing, with its concept of ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS).
In order to successfully define the features of a web software together with the experts who will create it, some simple mock-ups can be used, to be printed out so that the details of the screens can be sketched in.
Music and video streaming services have expanded considerably in the last few years, partly due to innovative developments in the smart living sector.
The terms Shareware, Freeware and Open Source indicate some of the most popular types of software distribution licence.
As every year, Climate World Moscow is one of the most eagerly awaited trade fair events in the Russian HVAC&R market. The fair, co-organized by EUROEXPO and APIC (Association of Professionals in the Industry of Climate) and now in its fifteenth edition since 2005, is the world’ s leading exhibition in the Russian heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration sector, and an important showcase for all participants.
The number of IoT (Internet of Things) devices has increased at the same rate as the number of IT attacks targeted at smart devices and objects. According to data from research by the Kaspersky Lab, IoT malware tripled in the first quarter of 2018 compared to the same period the previous year.