An apparatus for condensing vegetable juices, or for drying fruit by heat.
The portion of a refrigeration system in which the refrigerant evaporates and thus absorbs heat.
Equipment or device that extracts or drives out vapors from liquid solutions or gases. Also, equipment that is part of refrigerating systems to permit liquid refrigerants to evaporate in the process of absorbing heat.
Component of low-side that functions as a cooling device.
The chamber located on suction side of cap tube, in which freon is evaporated to cause cooling in a refrigeration system. ( 020)
the cooling section of a refrigeration system in which the liquid refrigerant absorbs heat and is boiled into a vapor which carries off the absorbed heat.
The unit in an air conditioning system used to transform refrigerant from a liquid to a gas. It is at this point that cooling takes place as heat is removed from the air.
The heat exchanger in which the medium being cooled, usually air or water, gives up heat to the refrigerant through the exchanger transfer surface. The liquid refrigerant boils into a gas in the process of the heat absorption.
a heated chamber under vacuum in which product is introduced and water vapor is "flashed Off". The water vapor is then cooled to condense it to water and removed from the system. The product is concentrated within the chamber until it reaches the desired solids content.
a heat transfer surface in which the refrigerant liquid is at low pressure and temperature and is vaporized to remove heat from a refrigerated space or product
that part (heat exchanger) of a cooling system in which refrigerant is vaporized
A tube-and-fin heat exchanger, exposed to airflow into the passenger compartment. As liquid refrigerant flows through the tubes, it evaporates and absorbs heat from the air flowing between the fins.
The heat absorbing mechanism or heat exchanger in a heat pump. Refrigerant changes state from a liquid to a gas in this exchanger, absorbing heat energy from the surrounding media in the process.
n: a unit designed to vaporize liquid refrigerant, thus cooling the air by absorbing heat.
Part of a refrigerating mechanism in which the refrigerant vaporises and absorbs heat.
Heat exchanger that transfers heat from the passenger compartment to the A/C refrigerant.
That part of the refrigeration system in which the refrigerant evaporates, absorbing heat from the surrounding area. Sometime mistakenly thought to be that point where the drain pan evaporates the condensate water.(Added: 12-Sep-1999 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
The component is a refrigeration system that absorbs heat into the system and evaporates the liquid refrigerant.
A system of coils in a refrigeration (or air conditioning) system that, when filled with cold refrigerant, cools the air around it. On a refrigerator, the evaporator is the coil inside the unit; an air conditioner's evaporator is inside the plenum on the furnace or air-handler.
Absorbs heat from the surrounding air or liquid and moves it outside the refrigerated area by means of a refrigerant. It is also known as a cooling coil, blower coil, chilling unit or indoor coil.
commonly the room unit of an air conditioning unit, that gives off cooling by typically evaporating refrigerant from a liquid to a gas. This action causes a refrigerated cooling effect and the heat within the room air is transferred to the refrigerant. Also a component part of a chiller.
An integral part of the indoor unit of a heat pump or air conditioning system. So called because when warm air passes over a coil filled with liquid refrigerant, the refrigerant itself evaporates and absorbs some of the heat. This gas refrigerant is then pumped to the outdoor coil, where it releases heat into the surrounding air and returns to its liquid state.
system component that removes heat from the air entering the passenger compartment. The refrigerant enters as a low pressure liquid, and leaves as a high pressure vapor. It is located near the vehicle cowl.
Component of a mechanical refrigeration system, also known as a load heat exchanger; the evaporator is a vessel where high pressure liquid refrigerant vaporizes to a gaseous state: refrigeration of an enclosed space (load) is achieved when liquid refrigerant withdraws heat energy from the load as it changes to a gaseous state; withdrawal of heat energy is based on the principle of latent heat of evaporation Degrees Fahrenheit, temperature measurement scale
Found inside the air handler (indoor unit), the evaporator is where refrigerant vaporizes and absorbs heat.
The heat absorption component of a system where the refrigerant is evaporated from a liquid to a vapor.
In the evaporator, refrigerant evaporates and absorbs heat from the glycol as it crosses over the coil.
Part on a vehicle with an air-conditioning system which causes the refrigerant liquid under pressure to change to gas.
A heat exchange coil within a mechanical refrigeration system used to absorb heat into the system. The coil where evaporation takes place. The evaporator is usually located in you duct system at your furnace.
The component in the refrigeration system that absorbs heat from air entering the passenger compartment to produce a cooling effect. It is an air-to-air heat exchange.
Device that is used for purification by evaporating a liquid, such as those used on board ships to produce fresh water by distilling seawater.
That part of the system in which liquid refrigerant is vaporized to produce refrigeration.
A pressure vessel used to evaporate raw water by means of a steam coil. The steam is condensed by means of cooling water coils, and this distilled water is used as make-up for boiler feed.
Within a downstream processing system, several stages are used to further isolate and purify the desired product. The overall structure of the process includes pre-treatment, solid-liquid separation, concentration, and purification and formulation. Evaporation falls into the concentration stage of downstream processing and is widely used to concentrate foods, chemicals, and salvage solvents.