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Evaporator – 383×390

  • Type: Refrigerator Parts
  • Main use: Used in freezer, refrigerator, wine cabinet, showcase chiller etc.
  • Good quality, service and moderate price in the same field
  • Powerful production ability, quick delivery!
Specifications:
  • Material Used: Steel Use: Cooling Chamber Power Source: Electric

Condenser 9 u

Condenser Available 9 – 17 u

Evaporator – 380×350

  • Type: Refrigerator Parts
  • Main use: Used in freezer, refrigerator, wine cabinet, showcase chiller etc.
  • Good quality, service and moderate price in the same field
  • Powerful production ability, quick delivery!
Specifications:
  • Material Used: Steel Use: Cooling Chamber Power Source: Electric

Evaporator – 970 x 380 – 1346 x 360

Type: Refrigerator Parts Main use: Used in freezer, refrigerator, wine cabinet, showcase chiller etc. Good quality, service and moderate price in the same field Powerful production ability, quick delivery! Specifications: Material Used: Steel Use: Cooling Chamber Power Source: Electric
  • Evaporator - 970 x 380
  • Evaporator - 1346x360

Evaporator – 560×245

  • Type: Refrigerator Parts
  • Main use: Used in freezer, refrigerator, wine cabinet, showcase chiller etc.
  • Good quality, service and moderate price in the same field
  • Powerful production ability, quick delivery!
Specifications:
  • Material Used: Steel Use: Cooling Chamber Power Source: Electric

Condensers and evaporators

The evaporator and condenser coils are two crucial components of cooling systems. The following explanation will assist you in comprehending how these coils function.

An Air Conditioner Working:

Air conditioners remove heat from a specific area – your home’s interior. A refrigerant changes state from liquid to gas and back to liquid when it circulates between the indoor and outdoor components of your air conditioning system.

When the evaporator in the interior unit converts refrigerant to a gas, it absorbs heat. Heat is released as the gaseous refrigerant is squeezed back to liquid in the outside unit. The cycle is then repeated, and the heat is captured and released.

Evaporator Coils

The primary function of evaporator coils is to transform the refrigerant from a liquid to a gaseous condition. The refrigerant must travel from the expansion valve to the evaporator coils in order to complete the operation. The refrigerant pressure drops as a result of the movement, and the expansion valve converts the liquid condition to a gaseous state.

The evaporator coils aid in the heat transfer process, resulting in the creation of a chilly surface. The blower on your air conditioner pushes the air and also makes cold conditioned air, lowering the temperature inside your home or other structure. The compressor of the gaseous refrigerant moves in the exterior unit of your air conditioner, as we explained earlier.

Condenser Coils

Condenser coils are found inside your air conditioner’s outside unit. It aids in the refrigerant process, which converts a gaseous state to a liquid condition. Because the compressor aids in increasing the gas pressure, the completion of this operation is entirely dependent on it. The pressure causes the gaseous state to transition back to liquid.

The Difference in Functioning

The functioning mechanics of evaporators and condensers are distinct. Condensers liquefy the medium and remove the heat, releasing it into the surrounding environment, whereas evaporators vaporize it and absorb the heat. Evaporators, on the other hand, absorb heat from the environment and convert the refrigerant from a gas to a fluid. The internal pressure is normally quite high during the exothermic condensation process. Meanwhile, in evaporators, the change of material state from liquid to gas is an endothermic process, and the interior pressure is often low.

Leading Supplier of Condensers and Evaporators in The UAE

Al Imran is one of the most well-known companies in the UAE for evaporators and condensers. If you want any assistance or would like to learn more about the functions of evaporators in air conditioners, please contact us now. We hope to be of assistance to you in the near future.