Drycoolers Air-cooled condensers
For air-cooled condensers, the calculation of the evacuation capacity of the air-cooled condenser must be carried out in accordance with professional best practice and particularly in accordance with: - the type of compressor in the installation (hermetic, semihermetic or open), - the horizontal and vertical lengths of the connection pipes and their diameter. Commissioning and maintenance: refer to the instruction manual. These units comply with the European directives. The installer is responsible for ensuring the compliance of the installation. The installer must ensure safety and protective devices (emergency stop, shut-off valves, lightning protection, etc.) are put in place and are accessible. These units are designed to operate outside. When starting up, frost and snow could adversely affect the operation of horizontal units. As a general measure, all steps should be taken to avoid the risk of air recycling. This is especially important when the installation comprises several units. It is not recommended to install units near the hot air extraction duct outlet or close to deciduous plants (this could cause fouling). A horizontal unit must have a surrounding free area of 1.5 m. Where the use of anti-vibration mounts is required, use a rigid frame which locks the feet together. A vertical unit should preferably be placed parallel to the direction of the wind. It is not recommended for use with low fan rotation speeds. In addition, we recommend that these units be stabilised using braces connecting their two upper ends to fixed supports (wall or framework). If speed regulators other than those recommended by the manufacturer are used, check that these are compatible with the electric motors..
HEAT PUMPS - AIR CONDITIONING - REFRIGERATION - AIR HANDLING - HEAT EXCHANGE - NA 17.01 A