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Mechanical Refrigeration

What is Mechanical Refrigeration?

The term, mechanical refrigeration, is defined as the removal of heat by mechanical means, utilizing the refrigeration cycle.

Mechanical refrigeration removes and transfers heat from where it is neither needed or wanted, to other location(s).

Mechanical refrigeration systems provide cooling by the circulation of a fluid through a sealed circuit of pipes or tubing. The fluids most commonly used are called "refrigerants, with the most common refrigerant being a freon.  The freon in the mechanical refrigeration cycle "absorbs" heat in the space to be cooled and transfers the heat to other locations, such as outside of the building or home being cooled. 

The mechanical refrigeration cycle begins with a refrigeration compressor, where a low pressure refrigerant is compressed to reduce its volume.  The compression of the refrigerant increases the refrigerant’s temperature as well as the pressure, moving it to the condenser. The condenser is simply a coil of tubing over which air flows/passes through.  Inside the condenser, the high temperature and high pressure refrigerant releases the heat it collected and then returns to a liquid state.


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