The working process of the air conditioner condenser is as follows: the refrigerant boils at the pressure temperature, which is lower than the temperature of the object or fluid to be cooled. The compressor continuously sucks the vapor generated in the evaporator, compresses it to the condensing pressure, and then sends it to the condenser, where it is pressure-cooled and condensed into a liquid under pressure, and the heat released during the cooling and condensation of the refrigerant is transferred to the cooling For the medium (usually air used in computer room air conditioning), the condensation temperature corresponding to the condensation pressure must be higher than the temperature of the cooling medium, and the condensed liquid enters the evaporator through the expansion valve or other throttling elements.
During the whole cycle, the compressor plays a role in compressing and transporting refrigerant vapor and causing low pressure in the evaporator and high pressure in the condenser. It is the heart of the entire system; the throttle valve throttles down the refrigerant. Acts on pressure and regulates the flow of refrigerant entering the evaporator; the evaporator is a device that outputs cold energy, and the refrigerant absorbs the heat of the object to be cooled in the evaporator, so as to achieve the purpose of producing cold energy.