BOX TYPE BOCK CONDENSING UNIT is mainly composed of four major components: refrigeration compressor, condenser, air cooler and solenoid valve, plus oil separator, liquid storage tank, sight glass, diaphragm type hand valve return filter and other components composition.
The composition of BOX TYPE BOCK CONDENSING UNIT: compressor, condenser, expansion valve, evaporator and control system, etc.
The refrigeration compressor is the most important equipment in the BOX TYPE BOCK CONDENSING UNIT, and is usually called the host in the refrigeration unit. The increase of the refrigerant vapor from low pressure to high pressure and the continuous flow and transportation of the vapor are all accomplished by the work of the refrigeration compressor, that is to say, the function of the refrigeration compressor is to absorb the refrigerant vapor from the evaporator to Ensure a certain evaporation pressure in the evaporator. Increase the pressure to compress the low-pressure and low-temperature refrigerant vapor into high-pressure and high-temperature superheated vapor, so as to create conditions for condensation at higher temperatures (such as about 35°C in summer). Transport and push the refrigerant to flow in the system to complete the refrigeration cycle.
BOX TYPE BOCK CONDENSING UNIT The expansion valve plays the role of throttling and depressurization. When the high-pressure refrigerant liquid condensed by the condenser passes through the throttling valve, the pressure drops due to the obstruction, which causes part of the refrigerant liquid to vaporize and absorb the vaporization at the same time. The latent heat, whose temperature is correspondingly reduced, becomes low-temperature, low-pressure wet steam, which then enters the evaporator.
The BOX TYPE BOCK CONDENSING UNIT evaporator is also a heat exchanger, which enables the low-pressure, low-temperature refrigerant liquid to absorb the heat of the cooled medium (air, water, brine or other refrigerants) during the boiling process, so as to achieve the purpose of refrigeration.