air condenser

air condenser

[′er ‚kən′dens·ər]
(electricity)
(mechanical engineering)
A steam condenser in which the heat exchange occurs through metal walls separating the steam from cooling air. Also known as air-cooled condenser.
A device that removes vapors, such as of oil or water, from the airstream in a compressed-air line.
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5 show the condenser capacity reduce with the ambient temperature rise and there is a different between the refrigerant condenser capacity and air condenser capacity due to the effectiveness of coil.
Chris Jones, Installation of two air condenser units, DFS Unit 9 To 10, Birstall Shopping Park, Holden Ing Way, Birstall, Batley.
The Asynt CondenSyn is a high-performance air condenser for synthetic chemistry experiments that requires no cooling water for operation.
cooling mode: corresponding to a chiller operation with a water evaporator and an air condenser,
The effect of radiation shields around the air condenser and compressor of a refrigerator on the temperature distribution inside it, International Journal of Refrigeration 29: 789-798.
The radiator, oil cooler, air condenser and air-to-air aftercooler are vertically stacked into a single plane, which Redball said minimizes cooling, simplifies cleaning and reduces dust and debris buildup.
AlfaBox is a modular design, which is designed to accommodate all of the components necessary, for a refrigeration system--the compressor, liquid receiver and controls, pre-installed AlfaGreen air condenser and double row of fans--in a single unit.
The air condenser was unaffected by the apple connection until 4kV was reached, when the coulomb meter always malfunctioned.
One of the most common air condenser problems is a fan failure.
There is no water cooled condenser in this apparatus because at the rate of two drops per minute a short air condenser easily radiates the heat from the vapour as it condenses.
The ComfortGuard Cab Air condenser section is contained in a heavy metal case that protects coils from road grime, rocks or gravel that can be thrown up by the tires and cause major damage.

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