condenser tubes

condenser tubes

[kən′den·sər ‚tübs]
(mechanical engineering)
Metal tubes used in a heat-transfer device, with condenser vapor as the heat source and flowing liquid such as water as the receiver.
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Over the years, CORROSERVE engineers have reportedly cleaned countless condenser tubes but following the addition of a full range of the latest high pressure water cleaning equipment, scrubbers, brushes and other accessories, the company says it has now launched a dedicated condenser tube inspection, cleaning, testing and reporting service.
For example, if machine operators notice a gradual increase in condensing pressure during a month, they can consult the daily log and systematically check and correct problems, such as fouled or non-condensable condenser tubes. Chiller manufacturers can provide a list of data points specific to equipment.
Energy Northwest solicited contractors who could manage about 3 million pounds of condenser tubes, piping, structural steel and other related radioactively contaminated wastes.
Two tenders for the supply of (a) two core pumps for the cleaning of the condenser tubes with related spare parts for the maintenance of turbines of the 300 MW power station in Damanhour & (b) one 220 kV bushing & another 10.5 kV bushing required for the main transformers at Kafr El Dawar power station.
Impingement Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, British Corrosion Journal, Vol.
The pure vapor condenses in the condenser tubes, giving distilled water.
Dirt buildup on the condenser tubes and fins traps heat and causes excessive humidity inside the refrigerator.