Air Dryer SparesManufacturer of a wide range of products which include axial cooling fan, hot gas bypass valve, expansion valve, pressure switches, flanged shaft motor and filter drier.
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|Electric Current Type||AC|
|Blade Material||Mild Steel|
|Blower Type||Suction and Throw|
|Noise Level||28.5 dBA|
An Axial Cooling Fan
is a type of a compressor that increases the pressure of the air flowing through it. The blades of the axial flow fans force air to move parallel to the shaft about which the blades rotate. In other words, the flow is axially in and axially out, linearly, hence their name. The design priorities in an axial fan revolve around the design of the propeller that creates the pressure difference and hence the suction force that retains the flow across the fan. The main components that need to be studied in the designing of the propeller include the number of blades and the design of each blade. Their applications include propellers in aircraft, helicopters, hovercraft, ships and hydrofoils. They are also used in wind tunnels and cooling towers. If the propeller is exercising propulsion, then efficiency is the only parameter of interest and other parameters like power required and flow rate are considered of no interest. In case the propeller is used as a fan, the parameters of interest includes power, flow rate, pressure rise and efficiency. The Axial Cooling Fan is provided to cool the compressed refrigerant to near about atmospheric temperature without drop in pressure. Rugged continuous duty fans are provided to supply forced air to the condenser.
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Hot Gas Bypass Valve
|Return Air Conditions||72 Deg F / 50 percent rh or lower|
|Evaporator Temperature Drops||5 deg C|
During operation, if the suction pressure falls below 58 psig, the valve will modulate open to introduce a portion of the hot discharge gas to bypass the condenser coil and be injected into the evaporator coil after the expansion valve, thus raising the temperature and pressure. Hot gas bypass is recommended when the load on an evaporator varies and operation of the air conditioning system is desired at lower than design conditions. Additionally, hot gas bypass is used when the evaporator coil is designed for comfort cooling (latent and sensible loads) versus precision cooling (all sensible loading), The unit should incorporate the hot gas bypass option. Hot gas bypass provides an artificial load on the evaporator by introducing a portion of high pressure, high temperature gas to the evaporator/suction side of the system. The use of hot gas bypass can be accomplished in several ways. This article covers standard (external) hot gas bypass.
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|Port Size||2 inch -160 inch|
|Temperature||-40 -+10 Deg C|
A Expansion Valve
(often abbreviated as TE, TEX, TGEX or TEN valve) is a component in refrigeration and air conditioningsystems that controls the amount of refrigerant released into the evaporator thereby controlling superheat. Thermal expansion valves are often referred to generically as "metering devices". Here are two main types of thermal expansion valves: internally or externally equalized. The difference between externally and internally equalized valves is how the evaporator pressure affects the position of the needle. In internally equalized valves, the evaporator pressure against the diaphragm is the pressure at the inlet of the evaporator, whereas in externally equalized valves, the evaporator pressure against the diaphragm is the pressure at the outlet of the evaporator. Externally equalized thermostatic expansion valves compensate for any pressure drop through the evaporator. The expansion device used in WIN refrigerated equipments. It is a thermostatic expansion valve. The thermostatic expansion valve has an orifice to control the flow of the liquid refrigerant into the evaporator. A needle type plunger is modulating the rate of flow. The plunger is activated by a spring and the thermal bulb of the thermostatic expansion valve controls the spring force.
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|Pressure Range||0.1-1.0 MPa|
|Ambient Temperature||-20 -50 Deg C|
Pressure Switches controller regulate and monitor pressure in air, marine, water and heating applications. Because they play an important safety role in these applications, it’s crucial that the automatic or manual reset functions operate perfectly – so reliability and quality are paramount.
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|Bowl Material||Mild Steel|
Leverage on our vast industry experience, we are involved in offering a premium quality Flanged Shaft Motor.
Offered motors are developed from the high quality material and current techniques in adherence with the norms of industry. The offered motors are tested in terms of quality so as to dispatch a perfect range. These motors are accessible in diverse specifications at competitive price in a stipulated time.Features:
- Sturdy construction
- Long service life
- Dynamic balanced energy efficient axial type
- Low running cost
- Sq cage induction, TEFC, Flanged with extended shaft
- Using standard make Hindustan/Stark motor only
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|Max Working Pressue||4.2 Mpa|
|Body Material||Mild Steel|
The refrigerant filter dryer is fitted in the refrigerant line after condenser to adsorb any moisture present with the refrigerant gas.
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|Used||Refrigerators,Freezers,Air conditioners and heating,Ventilating and air conditioning units|
|Critical Temperature||101.1 Deg C|
Refrigerant gas is a chemical product used in refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners and heating, ventilating and air conditioning units (HVAC). These gases, which have very low evaporation points, are condensed under pressure to chill the air. Through a process of repeatedly evaporating and condensing the gasses, heat is pulled out of the air and the temperature inside the room or unit is reduced. Different types of refrigerant gases include chlorofluorocarbon (CFC), hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC), hydrofluorocarbon (HFC), perfluorocarbon (PFC), and blends made from ammonia and carbon dioxide.