Refrigerator Systems

The main refrigeration systems are as follows:

  • Vapor compression mechanical refrigeration system
  • Absorption refrigerator system
  • Adsorption refrigerator system
  • Vapor Jet refrigerator system
  • Air refrigerator system
  • Thermoelectric refrigerator system
  • Vortex tube refrigerator system
  • Paramagnetic refrigerator system
  • Sterling refrigerator system

You can follow our detailed articles about these cooling systems in the coming weeks. The most important part of the industry is the quality and originality of cooling devices and cooling machines play a very important role. Major cooling machines are listed as follows:

Water evaporating refrigerator machines: When an object is gassed from the liquid state, an important heat recovery occurs. The evaporation heat leads to the use of a liquid as large as possible. Although water has these characteristics, there is a need for machines that occupy a large space for use due to the large volume occupied by the vapors generated after evaporation.

Refrigerating machines with condensable gases: It is used from gases which are easy to pass from gaseous to liquid form. The condensation of the obtained vapor is obtained by two different methods.

  • Chemical processing (suction)
  • Physical processing (compression)

The suction-driven refrigerating devices produce cold with a high temperature-tolerant substance such as ammonia.

Compressive refrigeration machines: The working principle of this type of machine is similar to the working principle of air machines. However, where the expansion of a compressed gas is to be exploited, the cold is produced by evaporation of a compressed gas after condensation.

Refrigerator Systems

A gas pump, the so-called compressor, absorbs and depresses the evaporating liquid from the evaporator or cooler. The gas condenses into the condenser and concentrates under the influence of pressure and cooling. The liquid thus obtained is returned to the refrigerant to evaporate through a regulating valve. This evaporation collects a large amount of heat from the objects in contact with the evaporator.