The process of dissipation of heat to reduce and maintain the temperature of a substance or environment below the surrounding volume temperature is called «Cooling».
Cold Storage Installation Steps
Project Planning With On-site Exploration Starting the Project Studies By Visiting the Cold Storage Place Analysis Determining the Most Suitable Machine Equipment for the Product to be Stored in the Cold Storage Making Proposals Designing the Machine and Equipment of the Appropriate Capacity According to the Data Collected After the Discovery and Project Presentation…
The heat-loaded refrigerant from the evaporator is pressed into the condenser to remove the pressure against the condensation temperature in the condenser. To provide fluid circulation in the cooling system.
Expansion valve is a control element which controls and regulates the liquid fluid transmits to the evaporator and delivers it to the evaporator by accurately measuring the amount of liquid refrigerant evaporated in the evaporator.
In the cooling system, the heat that the cooler receives from the evaporator and the heat that is added to the compressor during the compression process is taken out of the system by the condenser.
Evaporator in the cooling system; is the cooling element where the refrigerant evaporates and receives heat from the environment.
In other words; evaporator is a cooler. Evaporators are designed in various types according to their area of use and application.
In a cooling cycle, refrigerants are used as intermediates in which heat is transferred from one medium to another, which are the chemical components that provide heat exchange usually by converting from liquid to vapor state and from vapor to liquid state.
The refrigerant is removed from the compressor at low pressure and delivered to the condenser. Here, the heat is supplied to the outside with the help of fans. At the same time, heat is absorbed from the external environment to transfer the gas refrigerant into liquid form.
There are two types of heat in the cooling cycle:
Latent Heat: The amount of heat required to change the state of the substance.
Sensible Heat: The heat required to change the temperature of the substance.
Energy Efficiency Concepts
Energy efficiency is the value obtained by dividing the energy obtained to the energy used to obtain this energy. The simple expression is the process of giving one and taking more. The higher the multiple receptions, the greater the energy efficiency system is.