In the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) industry, we are pioneers in the design and manufacture of Parallel Flow microchannel condensers and automotive condensers.
The range of PF condensers caters to a wide range of cooling requirements, from small window air conditioners to large packaged air conditioners.
Compared to Copper Tube Aluminium Fin (CTAF) condensers, PF condensers offer better heat transfer and corrosion resistance. As a result, HVAC appliances will have a higher EER and Star rating.
Microchannel condenser product is a highly compact heat exchanger, which has the characteristics of compact shape, high heat exchange efficiency, lightweight, and high reliability, and is the most potent product.
There are dozens of fine flow channels in the flat tube of this heat exchanger, which are connected with circular headers at both ends of the flat tube. A baffle plate is arranged in the header to separate the flow channel of the heat exchanger into several processes.
Benefits Of Microchannel Condensers
- It strengthens heat transfer and improves heat transfer efficiency
- It reduces the volume of the heat exchanger
- Reduced refrigerant injection
Micro-microchannel heat exchangers are a class of compact, lightweight, and efficient heat exchangers designed to meet the needs of the development of the electronics industry.
Application Advantages Of Microchannel Heat exchanger
Following are the advantages of employing Microchannel Condensers:
Energy saving is an essential indicator of today’s air conditioners. It is difficult for conventional heat exchangers to produce products with high energy efficiency standards, such as Class I, and microchannel heat exchangers will be the best choice to solve this problem.
Outstanding Heat Exchange Performance
In household air conditioners, when the channel size is less than 3mm, the law of gas-liquid two-phase flow and phase change heat transfer will differ from the larger size: the smaller the channel, the more pronounced the size effect. When the inner diameter of the tube is as tiny as 0.5~1mm, the convective heat transfer coefficient can be increased by 50%~100%.
Applying this enhanced heat transfer technology to air-conditioning heat exchangers and appropriately changing the heat exchanger structure, process, and air-side enhanced heat transfer measures are expected to effectively enhance the heat transfer of air-conditioning heat exchangers and improve their energy-saving levels.
Micro-channel heat exchanger technology also has the potential to be promoted to air-energy water heaters in the field of air-conditioning manufacturing, which can significantly enhance the competitiveness of products and the sustainable development of enterprises.
Compared with conventional heat exchangers, microchannel heat exchangers are not only small in size, significant in heat transfer coefficient, high in heat exchange efficiency, and can meet higher energy efficiency standards, but also have excellent pressure resistance performance.
Environmental protection requirements have aroused extensive attention from academia and industry at a global level, and the emergence of smart products that save energy is a must these days. The critical technology of microchannel heat exchanger—the production method of microchannel parallel flow tube has gradually been manufactured in our factories, making the large-scale use of microchannel heat exchanger possible.
Applications In Microelectronics And Other Fields
The field of microelectronics is developing rapidly following Moore’s Law. With the continuous improvement of transistor integration, the thermal density of high-speed electronic devices has reached 5~10MW/m2, and heat dissipation has become the primary “bottleneck” of its development.
Microchannel heat exchangers replace traditional heat exchangers, and thermal installations have become an inevitable trend. Therefore, microchannel heat exchangers will have broad application prospects in many fields such as aerospace, modern medicine, chemical, and biological engineering, which are highly dependent on embedded technology and high-performance computing.