These components do not differ much from their equivalents in conventional compression systems.


In the condenser the high-pressure ammonia vapor is liquefied, it can be water-cooled, air-cooled or evaporative condenser. The liquid ammonia flows through the expansion valve into the evaporator.


The evaporator is the heat exchanger where the refrigeration capacity is produced, cooling down the side medium. It might be one single evaporator or many evaporators in parallel distributed through the factory.