Adsorption Chiller

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Adsorption Chiller
Operating principle
water
refrigerant
condenser
Adsorber A
vapor
cooling
water
hot
water
vacuum
chamber
Adsorber B
vapor
chilled
water
evaporator
refrigerant
pump
AdRef-Noa consists of two identical adsorption /
desorption heat exchanging sections, one for each
evaporative and condensing heat exchanger.
Adsorption-desorption process, described below, is
interchanged and repeated in these two sections.
ADSORPTION
Water as a refrigerant evaporates in the evaporative
heat exchange section. AdRef produces chilled
water by using evaporative latent heat. The vapor is
then adsorbed by an adsorber A. The adsorber
generates heat, but removing this heat by cooling
water further enhances the evaporating process.
DESORPTION
Hot water (the heat source) is used to desorb the
moisture that is adsorbed in the adsorber B. The
released moisture enters the condensing section
and is condensed for next evaporation.
Adsorption Chiller
Friendly to mankind and to the earth -------AdRef-Noa
The more advanced AdRef-Noa makes the best use of unutilized heat source and
renewable energy including solar heat.
Adsorbent : Zeolite is utilized instead of Silica gel.
Standard specifications
Performance for ADR-Z4520
model
item
cooling capacity
outlet temperature
mass flow rate
inlet temperature
kW
315kW
℃
15℃
m /h
54m3/h
3
27℃
℃
68℃
m3/h
120m3/h
℃
27℃
m3/h
250m3/h
refrigerant pump
kW
1.1kW
vacuum pump
kW
0.2kW
L
㎜
5,600㎜
W
㎜
2,200㎜
heat source
mass flow rate
inlet temperature
cooling
water
mass flow rate
outer
dimensions
H
net weight
400
cooling capacity(kW)
chilled
water
Hot water temperature68℃
ADR-Z4520
300
Z4520
30℃
200
100
0
5
7
9
11
13
15
chilled water outlet temperature (℃)
㎜
2,350㎜
kg
11,000kg
Please contact us for other information about specification.
*Standard design conditions Provided hot water temperature:60∼80℃
Chilled water outlet temperature: 5∼25℃
Cooling water inlet temperature:32℃ or below
Please contact us for other conditions.
Outer Dimensions
W
L
In
H
This product is commercialized by the project "Research and Development of Technologies for New Solar Energy Utilization Systems" of
New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) in Japan.
MAYEKAWA MFG. CO., LTD.
corporate office: 3-14-15 Botan Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-8482 JAPAN Tel.+81-3-3642-8181 Fax.+81-3-3643-7094
For more information, call Public Relations section at +81-3-3642-8185 or fax at +81-3-3643-7094
http://www.mayekawa.com/
PD052 01300911-13,04. Printed in Japan.
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Waste water at 60∼80℃ The ideal solution to reduce CO2 emissions!
Unlimited
application
of
renewable
and
unutilized
energy!!
can produce chilled water.
Examples of heat sources : Solar heat, hot spring, geothermal, Combined heat and power, fuel cells, vaper condensate,
waste heat from industrial furnaces, distilling columns, reactor towers, district heating networks etc..
The 21st century business model
1
Features
Minimizing Life Cycle Cost
Panel cooling
Renewable energy (solar heat, hot spring, geothermal, etc.)
Use solar energy to achieve HCFC/HFC free air conditioning.
HCFC/HFC free using water
Energy-saving
Lower operation and
maintenance costs
No noise and no vibration
No certified/qualified operator
required
Solar photovoltaic
panels
Battery
Solar thermal
panel
The power goes to auxiliary systems
The comparison of cooling capacity
Inlet cooling water:31˚C Outlet chilled water:9˚C
1.4
Performance curve
Hot water tank
1.2
Zeolite
1.0
Rated point(75˚C)
Rated point(88˚C)
0.8
Silica gel
0.6
0.4
Adsorption Chiller AdRef-Noa
60
65
70
Absorption
refrigerator
75
80
85
Biomass energy
(Forest thinning, Scrap wood, Food waste, sewage sludge, etc.)
60∼80℃
Convert industrial waste into biomass energy to realize zero-emission plants.
90
Heat source inlet temperature(˚C)
2
Effects
Achieving COP 10
Hot
water
Chilled
water
50∼70℃
Wood pellets
Pellet boilers
Comparison of CO 2 emission
(kgCO 2 /kWh)
The system comparison in 90USRT scale
50
kgCO2
Unutilized energy (Waste heat from plants, Combined heat and
power (CHP), waste heat from industrial furnace, etc.)
70%
reduction
Produce chilled water from unused heat source
alternative to existing HCFC/HFC chillers for green solution.
14.9
kgCO2
Air-cooled
Adsorption
chiller
chiller
Comparison of CO2 emission
Waste heat
recovery
Heat exchanger
*CO2 emission factor 0.555kg CO2/kWh
〈Air-cooled chiller〉
〈Adsorption chiller〉
Driving power
90kW Driving power
Cooling tower fan
Cooling water pump
Hot water pump
Total
90kW
Total
1.1kW
11kW
11kW
3.7kW
26.8kW
Cooling tower
Chilled water tank

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