SKU: AG-329

Heat Pump+ Air Conditioning + Refrigeration Unit with cycle inversion valve

Bench-top unit. Anodized aluminium structure and panels in painted steel (epoxy paint). Main metallic elements in stainless steel.Diagram in the front panel with similar distribution to the elements in the real unit.Cables and Accessories,
for normal operation.Manuals:This unit is supplied whit the following manuals: Required Services, Assembly and Installation, Starting-up, Safety, Maintenance &Practices Manuals.Cooling compressor.Air condenser. Water condenser.
High pressure control.Coolant accumulation tank.Cooling filter.Expansion valve.Water evaporator. Air evaporator.Tank of division of the cooling liquid.4 Manometers.10 Temperature sensors (4 sensors measure the cooling temperature, 3 sensors measure the water temperature, 3 sensors measure the air temperature):
Temperature sensor, J type (compressor outlet).
Temperature sensor, J type (condenser outlet/ evaporator inlet).
Temperature sensor, J type (evaporator inlet/ condenser outlet).
Temperature sensor, J type (compressor inlet).
Temperature sensor, J type (water inlet).
Temperature sensor, J type (condenser outlet/evaporator).
Temperature sensor, J type (evaporator outlet/ condenser).
Temperature sensor, J type (room air).
Temperature sensor, J type (condenser outlet/ evaporator).
Temperature sensor, J type (evaporator outlet/ condenser).
2 Water flow meters.
1 Cooling flow meter.
Wattmeter.
Cycle Inversion Valve.
Enthalpy diagram of the refrigerant R134a.
Electronic Console:
Metallic box.
Temperature sensors connections. Selector for temperature sensors. Digital display for temperature sensors.
High pressure control connection.
Fans speed regulators.
Cycle inversion valve connection.
Cycle inversion valve switch.
Wattmeter display.
Compressor ON/OFF switch.
Electronic Console ON/OFF switch
This unit is available as computer controlle

1.- Determination of   the  inlet  power,  heat  produced  and performance coefficient. Water as heat source. (Water-water heat pump).
2.- Determination of   the  inlet  power,  produced  heat  and performance coefficient. Air as heat source. (Water-air heat pump).
3.- Determination of   the  inlet  power,  produced  heat  and performance coefficient. Air as heat source. (Air-air heat pump ).
4.- Determination of   the  inlet  power,  heat  produced  and performance coefficient. Water as heat source. (Air- water heat pump).
5.- Preparation of performance curves of the heat pump with different inlet and outlet temperatures. Water as heat source. (Water-water heat pump).
6.- Preparation of performance curves of the heat pump at different inlet and outlet temperatures. Air as a heat source. (Water-air heat pump).
7.- Preparation of performance curves of the heat pump with different inlet and outlet temperatures. Water as heat source. (Air-water heat pump ).
8.- Preparation of the performance  curves of the heat pump with different inlet and outlet temperatures. Air as heat source. (Air-air heat pump).
9.- Lay out of the steam compression cycle in a diagram P-H and comparison with the ideal cycle.
10.- Lay out of the steam compression cycle in a diagram P-H and comparison with the ideal cycle. Air as heat source. (Water-air heat pump).
11.- Lay out of the steam compression cycle in a diagram P-H and comparison with the ideal cycle. Water as heat source. (Air-water heat pump).
12.- Lay out of the steam compression cycle in a diagram P-H and comparison with the ideal cycle. Air as heat source. (Air-air heat pump).
13.- Preparation of the performance curves of the heat pump based on the properties of the refrigerant and at different condensation and evaporation temperatures. Water as heat source. (Water-water heat pump).
14.- Preparation of the performance curves of the heat pump based on the properties of the refrigerant and at different condensation and evaporation  temperatures. Air as heat source. (Water-air heat pump).
15.- Preparation of the performance curves of the heat pump based on the properties of the refrigerant and at different condensation and evaporation temperatures. Water as heat source. (Air-water heat pump).
16.- Preparation of the performance curves of the heat pump based on the properties of the refrigerant and at different condensation and evaporation temperatures.  Air as heat source. (Air- air heat pump).
17.- Practices with cycle inversion.Water as heat source. (Water- water heat pump).


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