HORIZONTAL TYPE CONDENSING UNIT is the cooling source of the central air conditioner, the "heart". The circulating water leading to each room is "exchanged internally" by the chiller, and the temperature is reduced to "cooling water". It consists of: refrigerator, cooling water circulation system, chilled water circulation system, fan coil system and cooling tower.
Working principle: HORIZONTAL TYPE CONDENSING UNIT compresses the refrigerant into a liquid state through the compressor, and then sends it to the evaporator for heat exchange with the chilled water to cool the chilled water. The chilled water is sent to the cooling coil of each fan outlet by the freezing pump. The fan blows to achieve the purpose of cooling. The evaporated refrigerant releases heat in the condenser into a gaseous state, and the cooling pump sends the cooling water to the cooling tower, which is sprayed and cooled by the water tower fan, and exchanges heat with the atmosphere to dissipate the heat into the atmosphere. go.
The external heat exchange system consists of two circulating water systems:
Chilled water circulation system: It consists of refrigerated pump and refrigerated water pipeline. The chilled water flowing out from the HORIZONTAL TYPE CONDENSING UNIT is pressurized by the chilled pump and sent to the chilled water pipeline, where heat is exchanged in each room, the heat in the room is taken away, and the temperature in the room is lowered.
Cooling water circulation system: It consists of cooling pump, cooling water pipeline and cooling tower. HORIZONTAL TYPE CONDENSING UNIT conducts heat exchange, which will release a large amount of heat while cooling the water temperature. This heat is absorbed by the cooling water, and the temperature of the cooling water increases. The cooling pump presses the warmed cooling water into the cooling tower to exchange heat with the atmosphere in the cooling tower, and then the cooled cooling water is sent back to the HORIZONTAL TYPE CONDENSING UNIT. This continuous cycle takes away the heat released by the condensing unit.