The factors that affect the cooling capacity of the laser chiller mainly include the following:
1. Water temperature: Under the same ambient temperature conditions. The higher the outlet water temperature, the greater the cooling capacity, and the lower the outlet water temperature, the smaller the cooling capacity.
2. Water flow: The size of the water flow directly affects the heat transfer rate. The greater the water flow, the greater the cooling capacity, and the smaller the water flow, the smaller the cooling capacity.
3. Power supply voltage: The voltage is unstable and the equipment cannot be operated at full load. When the equipment reaches the rated power, the cooling effect is the best.
4. Condenser: The size of the equipment condensing pipe diameter. The larger the condenser tube, the greater the cooling capacity, and the smaller the condenser tube, the smaller the cooling capacity.
5. Evaporator: The form of evaporator is divided into water tank coil type, shell and tube type, plate type evaporator and so on. The different form of the evaporator and its coolant will also affect the overall cooling effect.
6. Compressor power: Compressor power. The higher the power, the greater the cooling capacity of the chiller, and the lower the power, the smaller the cooling capacity of the chiller.
7. The filter is blocked: After the filter is clogged, the dust on the condenser will accumulate more and more, and if things go on like this, the cooling effect will become worse and worse. It is necessary to replace and clean the filter regularly to maintain a good cooling effect.
In summary, there are many factors that affect the cooling capacity of the chiller. Human intervention is required to ensure the optimal cooling effect. When choosing the power of the chiller, redundancy should be left to ensure that the laser can also be normal in some extreme cases. Operation. The heat dissipation of the chiller should be an indispensable part of the laser equipment. You must be cautious when selecting models.