Water Cooler Condenser Water Cooler Condenser

A structure, usually on the roof of a building, over which water is circulated, so as to cool it evaporatively by contact with the air.

Condensers are used in power plants to condense exhaust steam from turbines and in refrigeration plants to condense refrigerant vapours, such as ammonia and Freons. The petroleum and chemical industries use water cooler condensers for hydrocarbons and other chemical vapours. In distillation, a condenser transforms vapour to liquid. All water cooler condensers work by removing heat from the gas or vapour. In some, the gas passes through a long tube of heat-conductive metal, and heat escapes into the surrounding air.

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