air-cooled condenser

air-cooled condenser

[′er ‚küld kən′dens·ər]
(electricity)
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Block one will integrate two natural-gas-fired combustion turbine generators (CTGs) in a combined-cycle configuration, with two unfired heat recovery steam generators, one steam turbine generator, an auxiliary boiler and an air-cooled condenser. Block two will house four simple-cycle CTGs with fin-fan coolers.
Akman said the client should consider the compressor energy cost, make up water costs, sewer charges, chemical costs, cooling tower process pump, cooling tower pump and fan, air-cooled condenser fans and the required mechanical and civil works for both systems.
The holdback valve allows the SCT in the heat recovery coil to be independent of that of the air-cooled condenser, so the condenser can operate at the same control point whether the system is in heat recovery mode or not.
This vapor then compresses in the air-cooled condenser, thereby rejecting the condensation heat release back to the ambient.
Each chiller features a variable speed reciprocating compressor with IE3 drive motor, low profile air-cooled condenser with EC fans, compact plate and shell evaporator with integrated separator, PLC control and stainless panels.
Azanefreezer is an air-cooled ammonia refrigeration plant, incorporating twin-screw compressors and an air-cooled condenser. The design incorporates a unique reverse cycle defrost system to ensure a fast and efficient defrost process.
A variety of refrigeration systems are also on display in a mechanical room setting including products such as the recently launched Slim Contour Unit Cooler, the refrigeration remote control monitoring system, the environmentally friendly Microchannel Air-Cooled Condenser platform, and the GreenChill awarded [CO.sub.2] Refrigeration System.
The RC2 is an air-cooled condenser range with a 3 - 58 kW cooling capacity while the.RCW is a water-cooled range with a 7 - 51 kW capacity.
In the modified experimental set up, instead if air-cooled condenser, evaporative condenser is used.
(PG&E) showed that, in a typical 100,000-square-foot building in Fresno, CA, an air-cooled condenser system would use 440,000 kilowatt-hours (KWH) per year compared to 190,000 KWH per year for a water-cooled system.
If this environment is the destination for a test chamber, a remote air-cooled condenser or water-cooled should be considered.
The "Refrigeration Products" button links to industrial air cooler, blast freezer, air-cooled condenser, hydrocooler, and commercial cooler bulletins and case studies.