cooling coil


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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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In the case of direct expansion equipment, the air passing over the indoor cooling coil heats the cold liquid refrigerant.
The warm and humid air is exposed to the cooling coil in the AC unit causing a shift to the left as temperature decreases.
When humidity is too high, it fogs up the doors of coolers and freezers and also can frost their cooling coils, forcing them to work harder.
Keywords: HVAC, heat recovery, heat exchanger, cooling coil load, heating coil load
A comparison was made between measured and simulated data to show the overall impact on the second floor cooling coil loads.
The 1,135-liter Flextank costs about $1,000, the cooling coil about $1,200, and the polyurethane covering was about $250.
In this study, a dynamic model of a chilled-water cooling coil was developed using Dymola (Dynamic Modeling Laboratory) Version 6.1 developed by Dynasim (2007).
The cooling zone uses a cooling coil to bring the web temperature back to ambient in a controlled fashion.
The "Heating and Cooling Coil Products " button links to water, steam, DX evaporator, condenser, booster, heat pipe, fluid cooler, and air-cooled condenser bulletins and IOM's.
However, after it cools the space off, the cooling coil turns off.
Cimco installed one valve in the suction line of each cooling coil of the Carle 600 line.