How does a condenser work in chemistry?

- May 31, 2018-

The condenser is a widely used heat exchange refrigeration equipment. In recent years, more and more condensers have been used to replace the condensers and other heat recovery equipment in a waste heat power plant. 


From the structural point of view, the condenser has a compact structure and a small footprint, which is easy to install and maintain. The condenser is omitted from the design of the cooling tower device, which means that the equipment is more integrated than ever, reducing the construction difficulty and facilitating installation and routine maintenance. On the other hand, the unique structural design also reduces the equipment footprint.


The condenser covers only 35% to 58% of the combination of the condenser and the cooling tower in terms of floor space. Today, it is very valuable for the local economy.

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Water saving, energy saving, more environmental protection, and low operating costs. The condenser adopts the latent heat exchange method, which not only improves the heat exchange efficiency, but also saves the running water demand of the equipment. The structural integration of the condenser, in addition to omitting the transmission of cooling water from the cooling tower to the condenser, saves the water consumption of the circulating water, but also effectively reduces the output power of the water pump, so as to achieve the effect of energy saving and consumption reduction. The operation of the equipment eliminates the water treatment problems caused by the large amount of water because the cooling towers are eliminated, which together with the water saving and energy saving factors constitute the operating cost saving factors. The condenser is applied to the waste heat recovery application system. On the one hand, it is due to its own advantages of energy conservation and environmental protection, low operating costs, and is in line with the company’s economic sustainable development strategy. On the other hand, it is also in line with the current national policy requirements for environmental protection and energy conservation. It can not only be seen as a major breakthrough in the field of refrigeration heat transfer, but also an efficient and environmentally friendly refrigeration innovation worthy of promotion.