barometric condenser

barometric condenser

[bar·ə′met·rik kən′den·sər]
(mechanical engineering)
A contact condenser that uses a long, vertical pipe into which the condensate and cooling liquid flow to accomplish their removal by the pressure created at the lower end of the pipe.
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Based on the same modular construction principles as the traditional Plate Heat Exchanger, the AlfaCond 800 represents a cost effective alternative to shell and tube heat exchangers and barometric condensers in applications that require vapours condensed under low pressure, high vacuum conditions.
The use of direct contact barometric condensers is prevalent in the pharmaceutical industry.
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