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Evaporator efficiency (TB40)

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Evaporator efficiency (TB40)

Introduction - In conventional refrigeration systems; the evaporator function is to remove heat from the air or product to be cooled. This heat is absorbed by the evaporating refrigerant in the evaporator. So in essence, heat (energy) is removed from a higher temperature air or produce medium (such as food or process material) and transferred to the refrigerant within the evaporator forcing it to change state, i.e. evaporate.

This bulletin illustrates key efficiency pointers. 4 page pdf download with pictures

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