Suction accumulator prevents compressor from sucking liquid so that only vapor refrigerant gets through to the compressor. The designs allow refrigerant vapor to be sucked from the top, while oil and liquid refrigerant trapped in suction line accumulator are sucked from the hole on the outlet tube and return to the compressor together with refrigerant vapor.
The accumulator should have an adequate liquid holding capacity, which varies according to the system. Normally this should not be less than 50% of the system total refrigerant charge and it is suggested to be between %50 and %70. Accumulator should work without adding excessive pressure drop in the system.
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U-tube and tube-in-tube design for maximum flow and minimum oil trap
CE marked under pressure equipment directive 2014/68/EU
Wide product range with high reliability
High thermal transfer efficiency
Reduce life cycle costs