How does the industrial chiller working
If you are cooking in the kitchen and want to cool your food, you can put it in the refrigerator. The same idea can be applied to industrial cooling processes. Consider dividing the cooler into four steps:
Refrigeration: to cool your industrial equipment, you must first carry out the refrigeration process. The refrigeration process transfers the heat attached to the equipment, and finally reduces the temperature of the equipment.
Step 2: Evaporation: after the refrigeration process is completed, the heat will evaporate with the help of water or air (depending on whether you are using a water-cooled or air-cooled refrigerator). This evaporation will cause water or air to boil and become vapor.
Compression: after the steam is formed, it reaches the compressor, and the temperature and pressure of the compressor increase.
Condensation: the steam enters the condenser from the compressor, the condenser lowers the temperature again, and changes the steam back to the liquid.
Once the liquid form is obtained again, the metering is added to the evaporator, and then the circulation is repeated.)