Chillventa 2020 will be online: after numerous adjustments, program changes and hopes of not having to postpone the most important international event dedicated to the air conditioning and refrigeration sector, official confirmation from the organizers has finally arrived. It will be called Chillventa eSpecial and will be held from 13 to 15 October, live streaming […]
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MICROCHANNEL HEAT EXCHANGERS offer a long list of features not found in other condensers. Parallel flow increases performance by up to 45% compared to traditional tube and fin condensers. Its special circuit design reduces internal pressure drop on the gas side by more than 65%, which produces significant savings in compressor energy consumption and weariness. […]
The decision to purchase a Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger (Tubular Heat Exchangers) or a Plate Heat Exchanger is usually very complex.
The ErP (Energy related Products) directive has been conceived in 2009 as the natural continuation of EuP (Energy using Products, 2005) in order to reach the Kyoto protocol’s objectives (1997) or to guarantee up to 2020: 20% decrease of CO2 emissions; 20% of the global energy needs satisfied with renewable energy sources, 20% increase of […]
Sometimes, for many reasons, you need to build coils which have parts with different fin pitches. This technical solution can be adopted, for example, when you need to ensure a perfect airflow distribution trough the coil in particular applications where the coils shape or disposition can hinder it: in many projects in fact it’s not possible to […]
In many applications, engineers need to find new ways to arrange the internal components of a unit in order to reduce the size of their embedded HVAC systems. There are situations where only bended or curved coils heat exchangers can fit into the unit: a typical example could be a remote condenser used in a […]
“Refrigerants are operating fluids used in refrigeration, in air-conditioning and heat pump systems. They absorb heat from an area, such as a conditioned space, and reject it in another, such as the exterior, usually through, respectively, the evaporation and condensation [of the fluid itself]. – “ASHRAE Handbook-Fundamentals”. A refrigerant shall meet a certain number of […]