cooling coil

cooling coil

[′kül·iŋ ‚kȯil]
(mechanical engineering)
A coiled arrangement of pipe or tubing for the transfer of heat between two fluids.
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For these applications you'll need to add, typically, an extra post-dryer cooling coil in the case of desiccant drying.
825 include 4" thick insulated walls, a 2" insulated floor with truck wheel guide tracks, an aluminized steel exterior, a Type 304, 2B stainless steel interior with continuously front-welded seams, a cellular silicone rubber door gasket, a stainless steel water cooling coil located in the heat chamber, a removable top-mounted heat chamber, to minimize floor space requirements, and the oven body is split into three sections for customer loading onto an elevator.
According to the first law of thermodynamics, the cooling coil load contributed by outdoor air intake is proportional to the enthalpy difference between outdoor air and return air.
A barrier system for the seal is provided, comprised of a three-gallon tank with cooling coil, liquid level indicator and pressure gauge.
There are two main options available to achieve free cooling, firstly, a chiller working alongside an independent free cooler, and, secondly, a chiller with an integral free cooling coil.
Installed on a vertical riser, the barrier fluid system for the seal includes a pressure vessel with sight glass and internal cooling coil.
Because of the high temperatures involved, the sample gas is extracted from the furnace and passed through a cooling coil to bring it back down to ambient temperature for safe measurement.
Zhou (2005) developed a detailed cooling coil model based on the so-called dynamic forward modeling approach.
Landman (1991) showed that the temperature of returning chilled water rises at part-load conditions by simulating the cooling coil chilled water leaving temperature at 50% design load for variable air volume and constant air volume systems, respectively, using the ARI-certified Trane cooling coil performance program.
Therefore, the inlet condition to the cooling coil for modeling purposes was assumed to be uniform and equal to the average of the grid temperatures.
The AirSword(R) product line, utilizes germicidal ultraviolet light (UVC) to irradiate the cooling coil surfaces within heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
825 include 4" thick insulated walls, 2" insulated floor with truck wheel guide-tracks, aluminized steel exterior, Type 304, 2B stainless steel interior with continuously front-welded seams, cellular silicone rubber door gasket, stainless steel water cooling coil located in the heat chamber, removable top-mounted heat chamber, to minimize floor space requirements, and the oven body is split into three sections for customer loading onto their elevator.