Refrigerant condenser coils are used to transfer heat from the refrigerant to the outdoor air. Whether your application requires a single refrigerant circuit, integral sub-cooler or multiple face-splits, Madok can design and build the precise refrigerant heat rejection coil for your application. Refrigerant condenser coils are used to transfer heat from the refrigerant to the outdoor air. As refrigerant passes through the coil, it is first de-superheated and then condensed to liquid. In many cases an integral or dedicated sub-cooler section is used to further cool the refrigerant below saturation. This reduction in liquid temperature increases overall system capacity and keeps the refrigerant from flashing due to liquid line losses. The heat removed from the refrigerant in the condenser and sub-cooler is equal to the heat absorbed in the evaporator plus the work done by the compressor.
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