Evaporative Condensers

evap condensers
Description

The vapor to be condensed is circulated through a condensing coil, which is continually wetted on the outside by a recirculating water system. Air is pulled over the coil, causing a small portion of the recirculating water to evaporate. The evaporation removes heat from the vapor in the coil, causing it to condense.

 

Key benefits of Evaporative Condensers

> Low system operating costs: lower condensing temperatures for a more compact compressor using less power
> Low refrigerant charge, costs and environmental impact minimised
> Space-saving: up to 50% area savings compared to comparable air-cooled installations

Please see our product range below:

 

Series 1500 CXV

Applications: Combined flow, axial fan, Induced draft

Reduced energy consumption, easy access for maintenance, reduced refrigerant charge

Key Features:
> Combined flow technology
> Multiple fan construction
> Full internal access

 

>Download Technical Datasheet (PDF)

 

RC SERIES RCC

Applications: Counter Flow, Axial Fan, Induced Draft.

Easy access for maintenance, robust construction, low height

Key Features:
> Pultruded fiberglass construction
> Full size access panel
> Highly configurable design

 

>Download Technical Datasheet (PDF)
 

SERIES V VXC-S

Applications: Counter flow, centrifugal fan, forced draft.

Robust construction, compact footprint, low noise design

Key Features:
> High static fans
> Single side inlet
> External fan drive system

 

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SERIES V VCL

Applications: Counter flow, centrifugal fan, forced draft.

Low height, easy installation, low noise design

Key Features:
> High static fans
> Compact construction
> External fan drive system

 

>Download Technical Datasheet (PDF)

 
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