It is stated that the two plants will add to more than 80,000 refrigeration tons capacity in Business Bay and will be connected to the common Business Bay district cooling distribution network to serve the full locality with chilled water supply and return lines.
What does RT stand for?
RT stands for Refrigeration Ton
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- Record Transfer
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- Rectal Temperature
- Rectangular Transform
- Recursive Thresholding
- Red Team
- Refactoring Tools
- Reference Terminology
- Reference Trajectory
- Refresher Training (for ACG forms)
- Régiment de Transmissions (French: Signals Regiment; French Army)
- Regional Total
- Regipäts Talossán (Kingdom of Talossan; micronation)
- Registered Technologist (diagnostic radiology; American Registry of Radiologic Technologists)
- Registered Traveler (various organizations)
- Règlement Thermique (French: Thermal Regulation)
- Réglementation Thermique (French: Thermal Regulation)
- Regression Test(ing)
- Regulation Tie (Hockey)
- Rehabilitation Teaching
Samples in periodicals archive:
1) Refrigeration ton represents refrigerating capacity for turning 2000 lb of 0 C water into 0 C ice in 24 hours.
With a capacity of 3000 refrigeration ton (RT), the EvergreenA 19XRD is the only chiller offering dual configuration -- modular and integral -- for easy delivery and installation.
 Refrigeration ton represents the refrigerating capacity for turning 1 ton of zero C water into zero C ice in 24 hours.
The bids for designing the two projects, which will add to more than 80,000 refrigeration tons capacity in Business Bay, were invited by Empower in February.
Empower achieved a remarkable increase of 12 percent in its cooling capacity, with over 370,000 Refrigeration Tons (RT) in 2011.
Notes: Refrigeration ton represents the refrigerating capacity for turning 1 ton of 0 C water into 0 C ice in 24 hours.
These include typically 40 to 50 per cent less energy for every refrigeration ton hour than conventional in-building technologies, more efficient capacity use, and peak-period saving potential.