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printable version Aircooler and dehumidifier
 
Aircooler and dehumidifier
For profund training in air-conditioning it is necessary to understand the processes aircooling and airheating. Aircooling is a precondition for dehumidifying and airheating a precondition for humidifying. These physical facts base on the effect that air absorbs the more water the higher is its temperature . Exceeding the limits effects condensate or rain. TeLC has designed two units to do training in these subjects. Both devices can be used combined or isolated. The above photo shows the aircooler.
 
Systems:
  • Aircooled evaporator
  • Aircooled condenser
  • Speed control of both axial fans
  • Manometers for liquid and vapor pressure
  • Wattmeter for the compressor electric power consumption
  • Turnflap for the reheating using the compressor heat dissipation
 

Measuring systems:

The unit can be equipped with electronic sensors digitally connected to the internal controller, sending serial data to an external PC. Stand control and data acquisition is performed by Windows-software. Measured quantities are:

  • Volume measurement of the dehumidifying (condensate)
  • Dry bulb temperature 0-120°C
  • Relative humidity, humidity ratio
 
Details:
  • Benchtop unit 2m x 0.5m x 1.1m
  • Weight: 63kg
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