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Form #: 620-32A
In the refrigeration cycle, the function of the condenser is to cool the superheated vapor delivered to the condenser to its saturation temperature, condense and subcool it. Some of the topics covered in this chapter are: air-cooled condensers, water-cooled condensers, condenser selection, and heat transfer.

Coaxial, Tube-in-Tube, Water-Cooled Condensers

Form #: 650-019
This chapter discusses in detail the popular coaxial, tube-in-tube, water-cooled condenser. Topics include the (1) purpose, (2) construction, (3) selection, (4) function, (5) installation, and (6) troubleshooting of this condenser. The chapter ends by outlining a method of replacing a water-cooled system with an air-cooled system, should this particular need arise.

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