what is the absorption chiller?
- Robert ALv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Commonly in ammonia refrigeration systems:
- Richard BLv 41 decade ago
All A/C units are absorption chillers. Household A/C's do not inject cold air into the house, but returns air with less thermal energy. Hot goes to cold. Internal air and refrigerant circulates through a heat exchanger. Since the refrigerant is at a lower temperature, room air transfers it's thermal energy to the refrigerant trying to equalize both temperature. Raising the refrigerant's temperature turns it into a liquid and it is pumped into a compressor to turn it back into a gas and then passed through a nozzle and expanded to cool the heat exchanger. The room air is now at a lower temperature and blown back into the house.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
use for genrating btusb or childwater in ready mix