What is the function of evaporator and condenser in air conditioner?

- Apr 25, 2018-


What is the function of evaporator and condenser in air conditioner?


1, The condenser, evaporator and compressor are in the outdoor. The inlet and return pipes are the same. They are generally 100 pipes. The inside is filled with water [that is, the refrigerant is water]. The indoor unit has two pipes. 25 or 32 are connected, one is the inlet pipe and the other is the outlet pipe. There is also a small pipe that is a drain. The temperature of the water inside the winter pipe is about 70 degrees, and the temperature is blown into the room through the indoor evaporator. The summer is the opposite!


2. The central air conditioner generally uses the refrigerant water as the medium for transferring the cooling capacity. The refrigerant water exchanges heat with the refrigerant in the evaporator of the refrigerator. After the heat is released to the refrigerant, the water is transferred to various air conditioning processing devices through the water pump and the pipeline. After the medium exchanges heat with the treated air, the refrigerant water is returned to the evaporator of the refrigerator through the return water pipe, so as to achieve circulation


3, The compressor discharges high-temperature and high-pressure superheated steam to the condenser. The steam dissipates heat to the environmental medium [air or water] in the condenser, and is cooled to a high-pressure superheated liquid. After the throttling of the throttling valve, the steam is saturated and sprayed into the evaporator to vaporize, absorb the heat of the refrigerant water, and then turn into low temperature and low pressure saturated steam, which is sucked back by the compressor and circulated!

The evaporator shell side is water and the tube path is refrigerant; the condenser is just the opposite. The appearance is not much different, but the evaporator tube box is generally better than the condenser. If the header tube is cast, it is generally a condenser.