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A high-lift absorption refrigeration cycle called the "vapour exchange" cycle has been applied to the problem of producing refrigeration from low-temperature waste heat. Diesel engine jacket cooling water at 75degC is used as the heat source to produce 10 tons per day of flake ice for a remote community. The icemaker has successfully operated for two fishing seasons at Kotzebue, Alaska.

KEYWORDS: year 1995, absorption refrigeration, heat recovery, diesel engines, generators, exhaust gases, cold rooms, icemakers, low temperature, fishing, fishes, economics