Air Cooled Heat Exchanger

 

In heatexchangers, the reason of condensation of the fluid to be cooled is the heatabsorbed by the ambient air sucked from the environment while passing by the condensersurface.

İncreasingambient air temperature, especially the extreme temperatures that occur duringthe summer cause the condensation temperature to rise and air conditioningsystems operate inefficiently. In such cases, sometimes temporary solutions aresought by hosing water on the condenser surfaces. However, these arelabor-intensive methods and not permanent solutions, they are not effective andcontinuous, and the inefficiency increases even more because of the latercalcification occurring on the Lamellar surfaces.

Although theconditions assumed for the region are considered while designing air handlingsystems, often selected ambient temperature and condensation values remainbelow the values observed in practice.

Fog system isboth applied as a rational and effective solution at facilities experiencingsuch problems and also ensures the condensation temperature to drop and thecompressor to consume less power by lowering the ambient temperature by 5-15°Ceven at high ambient temperatures calculated.

Air Cooled Heat Exchanger Network Systems

Condenser is one of the main devices of air handling units used in Hotels, Shopping Centers, Fair Areas, Factories, Hospitals, Office Buildings, Airport Terminals, Schools etc. Most widely used types are Air Cooled Condensers, rooftops and air conditioning units.

USE OF FOG TECHNOLOGY IN COOLING AND AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS

Air Cooled Condensers and rooftops allow cooling and condensation of the refrigerant heated on the battery surface by absorbing ambient air and then they need low temperature ambient air. In other words, as the ambient air temperature increases, condenser performance decreases. Therefore a lower ambient air temperature means more efficient condensers and rooftops.

İncreasing ambient air temperature, especially the extreme temperatures that occur during the summer cause the condensation temperature to rise and air conditioning systems operate inefficiently. Although the conditions assumed for the region are considered while designing air handling systems, often selected ambient temperature and condensation values remain below the values observed in practice.

Fog system is both applied as a rational and effective solution at facilities experiencing such problems and also ensures the condensation temperature to drop and the compressor to consume less power by lowering the ambient temperature by 5-15°C even at high ambient temperatures calculated.


Other Areas

Air Handling Units
Air Cooled Heat Exchanger
Textile Factories
Dairy Farms
Power Plants
Anti-frost for Farm and Horticulture
Concrete Plants
Paintshops
Pharmaceutical Facilities
Vegetable and Fruits Cold Storages
Press and Printinghouse