The cooling principle of the evaporative condenser


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The cooling principle of the evaporative condenser is to use the spray water to evaporate and absorb heat, and the refrigerant in the tube is cooled from a gaseous state to a liquid state. Compared with traditional air cooling, there is a great improvement in noise control, water saving control and heat exchange efficiency. The gaseous refrigerant enters the inside of the condensing coil through the compressor, and the external cooling water is sent to Air-Cooled Condensers the spraying device above the condensing pipe through the water pump. The spraying device uniformly sprays the water onto the outer layer of the condensing coil to form a water film and uniform The water mist covers the outer layer of the condensing coil. The fan drives the air to flow, and the water spray outside the tube is evaporated by heat to become a gaseous state. The fan drives the water vapor to flow through the water collector, the water is recovered, and the humid air is discharged to the outside of the device.

1. Space saving: When designing and manufacturing, the evaporative condenser integrates the cooling tower, condenser, circulating water storage tank, water pump and water pipe into one body for effective combination. The installation space of the cooling tower and the water pump and the water pipe is reduced, and the installation cost is also reduced.

2. Low energy consumption: compared with the traditional air-cooled condenser, the condensing temperature saves at least 10% of the power consumption of the compressor power within 8.3 °C of the wet bulb design temperature, and the fan power is three-thirds of the air-cooled fan power. First, the power of the pump is about a quarter of the power of the cooling tower pump.

3. Low operating cost: effectively combine cooling tower and water pump to reduce the installation cost of individual components. Reduced power consumption of the entire equipment, reduced maintenance costs and equipment consumption