Condenser, a component of a refrigeration system, is a type of heat exchanger that converts gas or vapor into a liquid that transfers heat from the pipe to the air near the pipe in a fast manner. The condenser working process is an exothermic process, so the condenser temperature is high.
In refrigeration systems, evaporators, condensers, compressors, and throttles are among the four essential components of a refrigeration system, where the evaporator is a device that delivers cooling capacity. The refrigerant refrigerates by absorbing heat of the object to be cooled therein. The compressor is the heart and acts to draw, compress, and deliver refrigerant vapor. The condenser is a device that emits heat, and the heat absorbed in the evaporator is transmitted together with the heat converted by the compressor work.
Handle the cooling medium away. The throttle valve throttles the refrigerant and controls and regulates the amount of refrigerant liquid flowing into the evaporator, and divides the system into two parts: the high pressure side and the low pressure side. In the actual refrigeration system, in addition to the above four components, there are often some auxiliary equipment, such as solenoid valves, distributors, dryers, collectors, fusible plugs, pressure controllers, etc., which are designed to improve operation. Set for economy, reliability and security.