8.3   Heat dissipation
8.3.1 Heat to be dissipated per container
8.3.2 Heat dissipation when transporting refrigerated containers
    below deck Heat dissipation processes Heat dissipation using fresh air Heat dissipation using return air cooling processes Heat dissipation using water for cooling Heat dissipation using evaporative cooling processes
In the same way as a household refrigerator, the refrigeration unit must be able to pass heat to its environment. The heat sources are, on the one hand, the electrical power it uses, and on the other hand, the heat caused by cooling processes or by the ripening of products or transmission heat.

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