Heat Exchangers In The Refrigeration Unit
A heat exchanger is an energy (heat) exchange system between a hot and a cold fluid. Heat exchangers are essential elements in refrigeration systems. In refrigeration circuits, during cooling heat exchangers are used as evaporator, to absorb energy from the refrigerant. On the other hand, during heating, exchangers are used as refrigerant condensers to discharge energy. In some refrigeration cycles, depending on the application, it is necessary to superheat or supercool the refrigerant.
Experimental unit for the training of apprentices for refrigeration area. Anodized aluminum frame and panels made of stainless steel. The unit includes wheels for its mobility. Main metallic elements made of stainless steel. Diagram in the front panel with distribution of the elements similar to the real one.
Refrigeration system with four different heat exchangers:
Different combinations of working fluids can be used: