CN212029727U - Capillary heat exchanger of air conditioning system - Google Patents

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CN212029727U
CN212029727U CN202020161364.9U CN202020161364U CN212029727U CN 212029727 U CN212029727 U CN 212029727U CN 202020161364 U CN202020161364 U CN 202020161364U CN 212029727 U CN212029727 U CN 212029727U
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The utility model discloses a capillary tube heat exchanger of an air conditioning system, which comprises a water inlet device, a water outlet device, a capillary tube, a heat exchange device and a defrosting device; the capillaries are arranged in rows to form radiating surfaces on two sides; the water inlet device and the water outlet device are respectively arranged at two ends of the plurality of capillary tubes; the heat exchange device is arranged at the two radiating surfaces and is attached to the capillary tube; the defrosting device is arranged among the capillary tubes at intervals. The capillary tube heat exchanger of the air conditioning system can effectively improve the heat exchange efficiency and the frosting problem of the pipeline; the capillary tubes are arranged in a serpentine shape in the arrangement direction, and the heat dissipation area can be increased in a limited space; the heat-resistant template is S-shaped and is arranged among the capillaries at intervals, more heat-insulating structures can be installed in the same height, and the heat-resistant efficiency can be freely adjusted.

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Capillary heat exchanger of air conditioning system
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a heat exchanger technical field especially relates to an air conditioning system capillary heat exchanger.
Background
Traditional tube sheet heat exchanger includes heat exchange tube and fin to and be located the pressure manifold at heat exchange tube both ends, many heat exchange tube parallel arrangement, and the both ends of each heat exchange tube are connected respectively on the pressure manifold at both ends, and the heat exchange tube is worn to establish on the fin to increase heat radiating area through the fin, improve tube sheet heat exchanger's heat exchange efficiency. But the heat exchange tube pipe diameter of tube-fin heat exchanger is great, and is not only with high costs, and it is bulky to occupy moreover, and the pipe diameter of heat exchange tube can only keep in a great pipe diameter, and this just leads to the lower problem of current tube-fin heat exchanger heat exchange efficiency of unable solution, has reduced the utilization ratio of refrigerant.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
Utility model purpose: in order to overcome the deficiencies in the prior art, the utility model provides an air conditioning system capillary heat exchanger can effectively improve heat exchange efficiency and pipeline frosting problem.
The technical scheme is as follows: in order to achieve the purpose, the capillary tube heat exchanger of the air conditioning system comprises a water inlet device, a water outlet device, a capillary tube, a heat exchange device and a defrosting device; the capillaries are arranged in rows to form radiating surfaces on two sides; the water inlet device and the water outlet device are respectively arranged at two ends of the plurality of capillary tubes; the heat exchange device is arranged at the two radiating surfaces and is attached to the capillary tube; the defrosting device is arranged among the capillary tubes at intervals.
Furthermore, each capillary is arranged in a serpentine bending mode in the arrangement direction.
Further, the water inlet device comprises a water inlet collecting pipe, a first sleeve plate and a first supporting plate; the water inlet collecting pipe is embedded in the first sleeve plate, and the plurality of capillaries are communicated with the water inlet collecting pipe along the arrangement direction of the capillaries; the first supporting plate fixes the joint of each capillary and the water inlet collecting pipe.
Further, the water outlet device comprises a water outlet collecting pipe, a second sleeve plate and a second supporting plate; the water outlet collecting pipe is embedded in the second sleeve plate, and the plurality of capillary tubes are communicated with the water outlet collecting pipe along the arrangement direction of the capillary tubes; and the second supporting plate fixes the joint of each capillary and the water outlet collecting pipe.
Further, the heat exchange device comprises a heat exchange unit, a capillary tube frame and a heat conducting plate; the capillary tube frames are vertically arranged along the arrangement direction of the capillary tubes, and each capillary tube penetrates through each capillary tube frame; the heat exchange units are arranged among the capillary tube frames and are fixedly attached to the capillary tube frames; the heat exchange unit is attached to a heat dissipation surface formed by arranging the capillary tubes; the heat conducting plate covers the heat exchange units and is in heat conducting contact with each heat exchange unit.
Further, the heat exchange unit comprises a heat exchange plate frame and heat exchange plates; the heat exchange plate frame is attached to the capillary tube frame; a plurality of the heat exchanger fin embedding set up in the heat transfer grillage, just the heat exchanger fin both ends respectively with the heat-conducting plate with the capillary forms heat conduction contact.
Furthermore, the defrosting device comprises a heat-resistant template and a heat-insulating structure; the heat insulation structure is attached to the surface of the heat-resistant plate; and cooling water is filled in the heat insulation structure.
Furthermore, the heat-resistant plate is arranged between the capillaries in an S shape at intervals.
Has the advantages that: the utility model discloses an air conditioning system capillary heat exchanger can effectively improve heat exchange efficiency and pipeline problem of frosting. Including but not limited to the following technical effects:
1) the capillary tubes are arranged in a serpentine shape in the arrangement direction, and the heat dissipation area can be increased in a limited space;
2) the heat-resistant template is S-shaped and is arranged among the capillaries at intervals, more heat-insulating structures can be installed in the same height, and the heat-resistant efficiency can be freely adjusted.
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FIG. 1 is a structural diagram of the present invention;
figure 2 is the utility model discloses a heat transfer device, defroster and capillary's structure chart.
Detailed Description
The present invention will be further described with reference to the accompanying drawings.
As shown in figures 1-2: the capillary heat exchanger of the air conditioning system is characterized in that: comprises a water inlet device 1, a water outlet device 2, a capillary tube 3, a heat exchange device 4 and a defrosting device 5; a plurality of capillaries 3 are arranged in rows to form radiating surfaces on two sides; the water inlet device 1 and the water outlet device 2 are respectively arranged at two ends of the plurality of capillary tubes 3; the heat exchange device 4 is arranged at the two radiating surfaces and is attached to the capillary tube 3; the defrosting device 3 is arranged among a plurality of capillary tubes 5 at intervals. The heated water enters the capillary tube 3 through the water inlet device 1, heat is transferred through the heat exchange device 4, and the water with lower temperature flows into the water outlet device 2 to be subjected to the next heating circulation.
Each capillary 3 is arranged in a serpentine shape in the arrangement direction. The bent arrangement of the capillary tube 3 can accommodate a longer pipeline in a limited space, and the effects of increasing the heat dissipation area and improving the heat exchange efficiency are achieved.
The water inlet device 1 comprises a water inlet collecting pipe 11, a first sleeve plate 12 and a first supporting plate 13; the water inlet collecting pipe 11 is embedded in the first sleeve plate 12, and the plurality of capillaries 3 are communicated with the water inlet collecting pipe 11 along the arrangement direction of the capillaries 3; the first supporting plate 13 fixes the joint of each capillary 3 and the water inlet collecting pipe 11. The water inlet collecting pipe 11 is embedded in the first sleeve plate 12, so that heated water can obtain a certain heat preservation effect when flowing in the water inlet collecting pipe 11, and the heat can be prevented from being lost in advance.
The water outlet device 2 comprises a water outlet collecting pipe 21, a second sleeve plate 22 and a second supporting plate 23; the water outlet collecting pipe 21 is embedded in the second sleeve plate 22, and the plurality of capillaries 3 are communicated with the water outlet collecting pipe 21 along the arrangement direction of the capillaries 3; the second support plate 23 fixes the joint of each capillary 3 and the water outlet collecting pipe 21.
The heat exchange device 4 comprises a heat exchange unit 41, a capillary tube frame 42 and a heat conduction plate 43; the capillary tube frames 42 are vertically arranged along the arrangement direction of the capillary tubes 3, and each capillary tube 3 penetrates through each capillary tube frame 42; the plurality of heat exchange units 41 are arranged among the plurality of capillary tube frames 42 and are fixedly attached to the capillary tube frames 42; the heat exchange unit 41 is attached to a heat dissipation surface formed by the arrangement of the capillary tubes 3; the heat conducting plate 43 covers the heat exchanging units 41 and is in heat conducting contact with each of the heat exchanging units 41. When hot water flows through the capillary tube 3, the heat exchange unit 41 transfers heat energy in the water to itself through heat conduction contact, and then transfers the heat energy to the indoor space in a heat radiation mode through the heat conduction plate 43, so as to achieve the purpose of heat exchange.
The heat exchange unit 41 comprises a heat exchange plate frame 411 and heat exchange plates 412; the heat exchange plate frame 411 is attached to the capillary tube frame 42; a plurality of the heat exchanging plate 412 is embedded in the heat exchanging plate frame 411, and two ends of the heat exchanging plate 412 are respectively in heat conducting contact with the heat conducting plate 43 and the capillary tube 3. The heat exchanging plate 412 is made of a material having a good heat conducting property, and heat can be rapidly conducted to the heat conducting plate 43 by contacting a plurality of the heat exchanging plates 412 with the capillary tube 3.
The defrosting device 5 comprises a heat-resistant template 51 and a heat-insulating structure 52; the heat insulation structure 52 is attached to the surface of the heat-resistant template 51; the heat insulating structure 52 contains cooling water therein. When the heat exchanger is initially started, the temperature rise speed of the capillary tube 3 can be reduced due to the fact that cooling water is contained in the heat preservation structure 52, and dew is prevented from appearing in the pipeline; when the heat exchanger stops working, the heat preservation structure 52 still has certain heat because the cooling water in the heat preservation structure is heated, so that the cooling speed of the capillary tube 3 can be reduced, and the frost formation of the pipeline is prevented.
The heat-resistant template 51 is arranged among the capillaries 5 in an S shape at intervals, more heat-insulating structures 52 can be installed in the same height, the number of the heat-insulating structures 52 can be freely changed according to environmental conditions, and the purpose of adjusting the heat-resistant efficiency is achieved.
The above description is only a preferred embodiment of the present invention, and it should be noted that: for those skilled in the art, without departing from the principle of the present invention, several improvements and modifications can be made, and these improvements and modifications should also be considered as the protection scope of the present invention.

Claims (8)

1. The capillary heat exchanger of the air conditioning system is characterized in that: comprises a water inlet device (1), a water outlet device (2), a capillary tube (3), a heat exchange device (4) and a defrosting device (5); the capillaries (3) are arranged in rows to form radiating surfaces on two sides; the water inlet device (1) and the water outlet device (2) are respectively arranged at two ends of the plurality of capillary tubes (3); the heat exchange device (4) is arranged at the two radiating surfaces and is attached to the capillary tube (3); the defrosting device (5) is arranged among the capillary tubes (3) at intervals.
2. An air conditioning system capillary tube heat exchanger as claimed in claim 1, wherein: each capillary (3) is arranged in a serpentine shape in the arrangement direction.
3. An air conditioning system capillary tube heat exchanger as claimed in claim 1, wherein: the water inlet device (1) comprises a water inlet collecting pipe (11), a first sleeve plate (12) and a first supporting plate (13); the water inlet collecting pipe (11) is embedded in the first sleeve plate (12), and the plurality of capillary tubes (3) are communicated with the water inlet collecting pipe (11) along the arrangement direction of the capillary tubes (3); the first supporting plate (13) fixes the joint of each capillary tube (3) and the water inlet collecting pipe (11).
4. An air conditioning system capillary tube heat exchanger as claimed in claim 1, wherein: the water outlet device (2) comprises a water outlet collecting pipe (21), a second sleeve plate (22) and a second supporting plate (23); the water outlet collecting pipe (21) is embedded in the second sleeve plate (22), and the plurality of capillary tubes (3) are communicated with the water outlet collecting pipe (21) along the arrangement direction of the capillary tubes (3); the second supporting plate (23) fixes the joint of each capillary tube (3) and the water outlet collecting pipe (21).
5. An air conditioning system capillary tube heat exchanger as claimed in claim 1, wherein: the heat exchange device (4) comprises a heat exchange unit (41), a capillary tube frame (42) and a heat conduction plate (43); the capillary tube frames (42) are vertically arranged along the arrangement direction of the capillary tubes (3), and each capillary tube (3) penetrates through each capillary tube frame (42); the plurality of heat exchange units (41) are arranged among the plurality of capillary tube frames (42) and are fixedly attached to the capillary tube frames (42); the heat exchange unit (41) is attached to a heat dissipation surface formed by the arrangement of the capillary tubes (3); the heat conducting plate (43) is arranged on the heat exchange units (41) in a covering mode and is in heat conducting contact with each heat exchange unit (41).
6. An air conditioning system capillary tube heat exchanger as claimed in claim 5, wherein: the heat exchange unit (41) comprises a heat exchange plate frame (411) and heat exchange fins (412); the heat exchange plate frame (411) is attached to the capillary tube frame (42); a plurality of heat exchanger fin (412) embedding set up in heat exchange grillage (411), just heat exchanger fin (412) both ends respectively with heat-conducting plate (43) with capillary (3) form heat conduction contact.
7. An air conditioning system capillary tube heat exchanger as claimed in claim 1, wherein: the defrosting device (5) comprises a heat-resistant template (51) and a heat-insulating structure (52); the heat insulation structure (52) is attached to the surface of the heat-resistant template (51); and cooling water is contained in the heat insulation structure (52).
8. An air conditioning system capillary tube heat exchanger as claimed in claim 7 wherein: the heat-resistant plate (51) is arranged between the capillaries (3) in an S shape at intervals.
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