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Suction superheater
The purpose of the suction superheater in a cooling system is to protect the compressor from liquid drops, and to increase the evaporating section of the evaporator.
Superheating is a technical expression for a refrigerant in gas phase at a temperature higher than the corresponding evaporation temperature related to the actual pressure.
The primary unit of temperature is degrees Celsius. However, temperature can also be specified in other units, such as Fahrenheit [°F] and Kelvin [K]
Temperature sensor
Temperature sensors are used in all kinds of building installations within ventilation, heating, air conditioning, etc.
Temperature transmitter
A temperature transmitter is used to transmit the measured temperature as an analogue signal to a receiver.
The U-value describes the heat loss per sq. metre in relation to the temperature difference between the interior and exterior.
Variable frequency drive
A variable frequency drive is used for adjusting a flow or pressure to the actual demand. It controls the frequency of the electrical power supplied to a pump or a fan. Significant power savings can be achieved when using a VFD.
Water hammering
Destructive force that relates to the incompressibility of water. The phenomenon often occurs when filling an empty pipe or quickly closing a valve. It often leads to pipe noise or even destruction of pipes, valves etc.
Water supply systems in zones
Systems divided into zones are used to gain optimum user comfort in water supply- and water distribution applications. These are typically found in high-rise buildings and hilly landscapes.
Water-brine cooled oil cooler
Water-brine cooled oil cooler is an application used to remove a part of the energy input to compress the refrigerant from suction to discharge pressure as well as mechanical friction.