The high pressure cleaner is the fastest growing new type of high pressure cleaning equipment in recent years. It is used in a wide range of applications and spans almost all industrial cleaning applications. Especially in China's environment where environmental protection requirements are becoming more stringent, high-pressure cleaners, such as zero-pollution environmentally-friendly cleaning equipment, are increasingly favored by major companies. The equipment has the advantages of good cleaning quality, low cleaning cost, high efficiency, no pollution to the environment, high safety and wide application range, and has become the first choice cleaning equipment in the cleaning industry. The following describes the application of high pressure cleaners in the cleaning of shell and tube condensers.
Cold storage is an essential equipment for frozen food companies. The refrigeration is mainly based on ammonia system. The completion of a refrigeration cycle in ammonia requires four basic processes: evaporation, compression, condensation and throttling. The refrigeration system consists mainly of four components: compressor, condenser, throttle and evaporator. They are connected by pipes and other auxiliary equipment to form a closed system. The working process of the cold storage is that the liquid ammonia in the evaporator absorbs the heat of the object to be cooled, and then vaporizes into a low-temperature and low-pressure ammonia gas, which is compressed by the compressor into a high-temperature and high-pressure ammonia gas, and then reaches the condenser and the condenser. The cooling medium condenses the high-temperature and high-pressure ammonia gas into high-pressure liquid ammonia, and then depressurizes through the throttle valve to become low-pressure and low-temperature liquid ammonia. The low-pressure low-temperature liquid ammonia enters the evaporator again to absorb heat and vaporize, and continues to circulate to achieve refrigeration. purpose. The entire refrigeration process is exchanged with the outside heat through the phase change of ammonia to achieve the purpose of circulating refrigeration.