Coaxial evaporator

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The coaxial evaporator is a component for heat transfer . Here, refrigerants are evaporated .

The evaporator consists of one or more circularly wound inner tubes in which the refrigerant evaporates. Usually, the refrigerant is injected at the top and sucked off at the bottom. The medium to be cooled flows in countercurrent in the jacket pipe. The material used is mostly copper, sometimes stainless steel.

Individual evidence

  1. Liquid cooler - evaporator
  2. Refrigeration Technology Volume I, Author: Hans-Jürgen Ullrich