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 Air-cooled chillers use the evaporator to take in the heat from chilled water, then the compressor takes away the vapour generated during this process and the vapour is pressurized and heated in the compressor.

Afterward, the vapour is released into the condenser. Eventually, the vapour pushes the heat out to the air.

Due to pressurization and cooling, the refrigerant moves in cooled tubes where its temperature is reduced. Finally, the refrigerant goes back over the chilled tubes and assimilates more heat and this makes the whole procedure become a cycle, thus providing continuous cooling from an air-cooled chillers.

Air Chiller- How it operates?

The main purpose of Reciprocating air cooled chiller is to cool the surrounding air. Such refrigeration devices are suitable for serving the larger scale industrial needs.
Though air-cooled chillers mainly function by air yet they make use of water as well. The structure of an air cooled chillers include an evaporator along with a certain liquid substance which is used for refrigeration. Tubes filled with water also encompass the items that are meant to be chilled rather than a compressor enhances the pressure and the apparatus forms a condensing vapor that as a result, links back to the evaporator.
The process of cooling begins in the evaporator. The liquid refrigerant expands cold to the tubes that are filled with water. These pipes encompass the area that needs to be cooled. The chilled water is pumped using an area where it absorbs heat from this place and thus chilling them. Then the water in the tubes ultimately touches a high temperature which is sufficient to radiate the heat back into the evaporator. It is where the refrigerant turns the heated water into vapor in the air cooled chillers.
Then it starts passing through a particular pipe into the compressor. It is where the vapor is compressed into a smaller space. After that, the condenser picks up the baton and enables the pumped vaporized refrigerant through. The condenser also houses a set of special parts of the entire device called air-cooed vanes, which is similar to a car’s radiator. The vapor also condenses back into a liquid that gives off its heat into the air. The liquid then goes back into the evaporator and restart the production cycle

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