Evaporative condensers generate low temperatures to re-condense refrigerants and save up to 15 percent energy compared to conventional refrigerant condensing compressors. They combine cooling tower and refrigerant condenser in one unit, as they also emit air conditioning heat in addition to re-condensation.
Advantages of evaporative condensers:
- Low investment costs
- Low operating costs
- Space saving
Top advantages of our refrigerant liquefaction plants:
Low investment costs
Evaporative condensers combine a cooling tower with an evaporative condenser surface including pump and pipe system in a single unit.
Low operating costs
Evaporative condensers have comparatively low operating costs: they require only low refrigerant liquefaction, which not only saves costs but also reduces the environmental impact. Due to the low condensing temperature, an extremely compact and energy-efficient compressor is sufficient, which reduces energy consumption by up to 15% compared to conventional compressors. In addition, these units evaporate only a fraction of the water when the refrigerant is liquefied in the tube bundle. This saves up to 95% water compared to continuous evaporation systems.
The evaporative condensers are extremely compact and require only about half the space of comparable air-cooled systems.