Colder Is Not Always Better
Introduction of Heat Recovery Chiller Control and Water refrigerant to flow instead to the second condenser, where it rejects its heat to the water flowing through the tubes. The condensing temperature in the standard condenser is controlled by varying the temperature, or the flow rate of the cooling tower water. 5.2 Operation Control Figure 5 shows a control configuration of a
Condenser is a heat exchanger that transfers heat from the refrigerant gas to an external cooling source (water or air are typical mediums). This transfer causes a phase change from gas to liquid condensation. Expansion valves reduce high temperature, high pressure liquid refrigerant to a low temperature, low pressure liquid/vapor mixture.
Heat Exchanger vs. Chiller - water chillers
What Is A Heat Exchanger?
Using water as a refrigerant in a commercial chiller According to Efficient Energy, the eChiller is ideal for applications that require chilled water flow temperatures of 16°C and above, such as cooling via chilled beams or cooling for IT equipment rooms. In the UK, the technology is being supported by natural refrigerant specialist Green Thermal Energy.
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