Evaporator Core

Evaporation is the physical process of transforming liquid into gaseous state. Generally speaking, an evaporator is an object that converts a liquid substance into a gaseous state. There are a large number of evaporators in the industry, of which evaporators used in refrigeration systems are one of them. The evaporator is a very important part of the four major parts of refrigeration. The low-temperature condensed liquid passes through the evaporator, exchanges heat with the outside air, vaporizes and absorbs heat, and achieves the effect of refrigeration. The evaporator is mainly composed of two parts, a heating chamber and an evaporation chamber. The heating chamber provides the heat required for evaporation to the liquid to promote the boiling and vaporization of the liquid; the evaporation chamber completely separates the gas and liquid phases.