BOX TYPE BITZER CONDENSING UNIT is widely used, mainly used in power plants, refrigeration plants, and petrochemical industries. Among them, in power plants, condensers are used to condense the steam discharged from turbines; in refrigeration plants, condensers are used to condense refrigeration vapours such as ammonia and freon. Condensers are used in the petrochemical industry to condense hydrocarbons and other chemical vapors. Let's take a look at the working principle of BOX TYPE BITZER CONDENSING UNIT
The gas is passed through a long tube (usually coiled into a solenoid) to dissipate heat into the surrounding air. Metals such as copper conduct heat well and are often used to transport steam. In order to improve the efficiency of BOX TYPE BITZER CONDENSING UNIT, a heat sink with excellent thermal conductivity is often attached to the pipe, and the heat dissipation area is enlarged to accelerate the heat dissipation, and the air convection is accelerated by the fan to take the heat away.
Generally, the refrigeration principle of BOX TYPE BITZER CONDENSING UNIT is that the compressor compresses the working fluid from low temperature and low pressure gas into high temperature and high pressure gas, and then condenses into medium temperature and high pressure liquid through the condenser. After being throttled by the throttle valve, it becomes low temperature and low pressure liquid. . The low-temperature and low-pressure liquid working medium is sent to the evaporator, where it absorbs heat and evaporates to become low-temperature and low-pressure steam, which is sent to the compressor again to complete the refrigeration cycle.
Single-stage vapor compression refrigeration system, BOX TYPE BITZER CONDENSING UNIT is composed of four basic components: refrigeration compressor, condenser, throttle valve and evaporator, which are connected by pipelines in turn to form a closed system. There is continuous circulation in the system, state changes occur, and heat is exchanged with the outside world.