Evaporative condensing tube bundles

RAE Corp.’s OEM evaporative condensing tube bundles are constructed from copper and designed for use in commercial applications.

12/07/2015


RAE Corp.’s OEM evaporative condensing tube bundles are constructed from copper and designed for use in commercial applications. Courtesy: RAE Corp.RAE Corp.'s Original Engineers Model (OEM) evaporative condensing tube bundles are a critical component of the condensing units. Evaporative condensing units cool efficiently due to the surface of the refrigerant tubes that is sprayed with water, thereby allowing the tube bundles to reject heat in an air-cooled system with the same surface area and airflow. The efficiency of the evaporative-cooled unit results in decreased energy usage and operational costs, and the tube bundles are constructed from copper to provide optimal heat transfer. They are designed for use in commercial applications such as hospitals, universities, and industrial buildings.

RAE Corp.

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