Heat Pump For Cooling And Heating Operation Teaching Equipment Heat Colling Training Equipment

Heat Pump For Cooling And Heating Operation Teaching Equipment Heat Colling Training Equipment

ST 405 Heat Pump For Cooling And Heating Operation Teaching Equipment Heat Colling Training Equipment for college, vocational training center, university. 

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ST 405 Heat Pump For Cooling And Heating Operation Teaching Equipment Heat Colling Training Equipment

  1. Description

The purpose of a refrigeration system is the cooling of materials and products, e.g. to protect food from spoiling. Cooling can be described as a process in which heat is removed from the environment.

 

A commonly used refrigeration system is the so-called compression refrigeration system. In this system refrigerant flows through four main elements: compressor, condenser, expansion element and evaporator. The refrigeration system uses the fact that the refrigerant has a low boiling point at low pressure. This means that evaporation takes place on the low pressure side. During the evaporation of the refrigerant heat is removed from the environment and it is cooled. The condensation takes place on the high pressure side after the evaporator. Here the heat is discharged into the environment. If not the cooling effect but the discharged heat is used, this is called a heat pump.

 

The setup of ST 101 represents a simple compression refrigeration system. Evaporator and condenser have been designed as a pipe coil with each end immersed in a water-filled tank. The water simulates the environment. A thermostatic expansion valve serves as expansion element. Two manometers indicate the two system pressures on the high and low pressure sides. On an additional scale on the manometer the evaporation temperature of the refrigerant is indicated. Two thermometers measure the temperature of the water in the tanks.

 

This allows for calculations of the amount of heat removed from the environment (evaporator, cold water) and added to the environment (condenser, hot water). A sight glass indicates the aggregate state of the refrigerant upstream of the expansion valve.

 

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Specification

fundamentals of refrigeration in a simplified model

typical compression refrigeration system with piston compressor, thermostatic expansion valve, evaporator and condenser (each in the shape of a pipe coil)

2 manometers with temperature scale for the refrigerant show the values of the refrigerant on the high and low pressure sides

2 water-filled tanks with thermometer to demonstrate the cooling and heating effect

pressure switch to protect the compressor

sight glass to monitor the aggregate state of the refrigerant

refrigerant R513A, GWP: 631

Technical data

Compressor

power consumption: 104W at 5/40°C

refrigeration capacity: 278W at 5/40°C

displaced volume: 2,72cm3

Tank: 4x 1700mL

 

Refrigerant

R513A

GWP: 631

filling volume: 500g

CO2-equivalent: 0,3t

 

Measuring ranges

pressure: -1…12,5bar, -1…25bar

temperature: -50…40°C, -40…80°C, 2x -10…50°C

 

230V, 50Hz, 1 phase

230V, 60Hz, 1 phase

120V, 60Hz, 1 phase

UL/CSA optional

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