ammonia condenser

ammonia condenser

[ə′mōn·yə kən′dens·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device in an ammonia refrigerating system that raises the pressure of the ammonia gas in the evaporating coil, conditions the ammonia, and delivers it to the condensing system.
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The first coil is circuited for the 82[degrees]F (28[degrees]C) glycol that is directly harvested from the ammonia condenser and can temper the air up to 70[degrees]F (21[degrees]C).
Installation of an ammonia condenser and water-cooling towers at a cost of $400,000 will follow after the new compressors are in place, Burnett added.