How does an ammonia compressor work?
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Just so, what is ammonia compressor?
The compressor compresses the ammonia gas. The coils on the back of the refrigerator let the hot ammonia gas dissipate its heat. The ammonia gas condenses into ammonia liquid (dark blue) at high pressure. The high-pressure ammonia liquid flows through the expansion valve.
Also Know, how does a 2 stage ammonia refrigeration system work? Two stage ammonia industrial refrigeration system The main flow of refrigerant passes through a coil inside the tank, the refrigerant passes through this and into the main expansion valve just like the single stage system then continues its flow via the separator, the evaporator and back to the separator.
Also Know, how is ammonia used as a refrigerant?
Anhydrous ammonia is a clear liquid that boils at a temperature of -28°F. In refrigeration systems, the liquid is stored in closed containers under pressure. When the pressure is released, the liquid evaporates rapidly, generally forming an invisible vapor or gas. This is why ammonia is used in refrigeration systems.
How does an industrial refrigeration system work?
A typical refrigeration system (including an industrial ammonia refrigeration system) uses a liquid refrigerant to transfer heat from inside the space to outside the space. Refrigerant becomes a gas (absorbs heat) in the evaporator and returns to liquid in the condenser unit, where it loses its heat.