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How Do Water-Cooled Condensers Work?

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Water-cooled condensing units within refrigeration systems transfer the heat from refrigerant vapor into the water that runs through the unit.

When the refrigerant passes through the coils, it cools down from a hot gas to a warm liquid. The water-cooled condenser uses the water to remove heat unlike air-cooled which uses the air to remove heat. There are many benefits to a water-cooled condensing unit vs. an air-cooled unit. Let’s take a look.

Benefits of a Water-Cooled Condenser

  • Consumes less energy than other condensers
  • Cooling time is less than air-cooled condensers
  • The heat transfer rate is higher
  • No fans are necessary

Thermocraft Solutions

Thermocraft water-cooled condensing units operate quietly, are energy efficient, and are backed by more than 100 years of combined commercial refrigeration expertise. We have the right solution for any application in the commercial refrigeration market. All of our featured condensing units are customizable to the core.

Thermologic Series

The Thermologic Series is a 1–3HP water-cooled refrigeration condensing unit with a unique, small-footprint design that delivers distinct benefits compared to more traditional air-cooled systems.

Thermologic Series



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