CN212566000U - Air conditioner waste heat recovery system and air conditioner system - Google Patents

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CN212566000U
CN212566000U CN202021703846.9U CN202021703846U CN212566000U CN 212566000 U CN212566000 U CN 212566000U CN 202021703846 U CN202021703846 U CN 202021703846U CN 212566000 U CN212566000 U CN 212566000U
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The utility model provides an air conditioner waste heat recovery system and air conditioning system relates to the air conditioning system field, has solved the heat that the outdoor heat exchanger of air conditioner scatters and disappears and can't obtain recycle's technical problem. The air conditioner waste heat recovery system comprises a first heat exchanger and a water supply part which are connected, wherein a high-temperature refrigerant circulates between the first heat exchanger and the water supply part, and the first heat exchanger is connected in parallel with two ends of an outdoor heat exchanger and is used for condensing the low-temperature refrigerant obtained by shunting and transferring released heat to the high-temperature refrigerant flowing through the first heat exchanger so as to heat water in the water supply part; the utility model discloses can shunt the both ends of connecting outdoor heat exchanger with first heat exchanger and obtain the low temperature refrigerant to with the heat transfer that the low temperature refrigerant condensation released in it to high temperature refrigerant, the high temperature refrigerant flows into the water supply portion and can heats the water in it, the low temperature refrigerant after the condensation flows into air conditioning system again; the method can effectively and safely recover the redundant heat of the air conditioning system, and stores the heat into the liquid water to be utilized, thereby being energy-saving and environment-friendly.

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Air conditioner waste heat recovery system and air conditioner system
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the technical field of air conditioning system technique and specifically relates to an air conditioner waste heat recovery system and air conditioning system are related to.
Background
The existing refrigeration air conditioning unit has a large amount of recoverable heat in use, for example, when a refrigerant pressurized and heated by a compressor passes through an air conditioning outdoor unit, the refrigerant in the condenser directly exchanges heat with outside air, the condenser usually adopts a fin heat exchanger and is influenced by a plurality of limiting factors such as the use environment of the outdoor unit, the structure of the condenser and the like, the heat dissipated outdoors by the condenser cannot be effectively recovered in time, a large amount of heat is wasted, and redundant use cost is caused for users.
How to recycle the excess heat generated by the air conditioning system becomes an urgent problem to be solved.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model aims to provide an air conditioner waste heat recovery system and an air conditioner system, which solve the technical problem that the heat dissipated by an outdoor heat exchanger of an air conditioner in the prior art can not be recycled; the utility model provides a plurality of technical effects that preferred technical scheme among a great deal of technical scheme can produce see the explanation below in detail.
In order to achieve the above purpose, the utility model provides a following technical scheme:
the utility model provides an air conditioner waste heat recovery system, including the first heat exchanger and the water supply portion that are connected, circulation leads to between the two has the high temperature refrigerant, wherein:
the first heat exchanger is connected in parallel with two ends of the outdoor heat exchanger and used for condensing the low-temperature refrigerant obtained by shunting and transferring the released heat to the high-temperature refrigerant flowing through the first heat exchanger so as to heat water in the water supply part.
Preferably, a compressor for compressing the high-temperature refrigerant is provided between the high-temperature refrigerant outlet end of the first heat exchanger and the water supply portion.
Preferably, a flow divider is provided at a refrigerant upstream end of the outdoor heat exchanger, and the flow divider is configured to control a flow rate of the low-temperature refrigerant flowing into the first heat exchanger.
Preferably, the first heat exchanger is a shell-and-tube heat exchanger.
Preferably, the water supply part includes a water supply tank and a second heat exchanger located therein, a refrigerant outlet of the second heat exchanger is connected to a refrigerant inlet of the first heat exchanger, and a refrigerant inlet of the second heat exchanger is connected to a refrigerant outlet of the first heat exchanger.
Preferably, the water supply tank is connected with a water inlet pipeline for the inflow of a normal temperature water source and a water outlet pipeline for the outflow of hot water.
Preferably, the water inlet pipeline is connected with the water outlet pipeline, and a flow controller for adjusting the temperature of the supplied water is arranged on a connecting pipeline of the water inlet pipeline and the water outlet pipeline.
Preferably, an indoor evaporator of the air conditioning system is connected with a normal-temperature water source through a pump body, and the evaporator is used for enabling the normal-temperature water source to exchange heat with the low-temperature refrigerant.
Preferably, a flow control member is provided between the first heat exchanger and the water supply unit and on a branch line of the first heat exchanger.
The utility model also provides an air conditioning system, a serial communication port, including above-mentioned air conditioner waste heat recovery system.
Compared with the prior art, the utility model, following beneficial effect has:
1. the utility model provides an air conditioner waste heat recovery system, through setting up first heat exchanger and water supply portion and connecting the circulation system that forms the inside circulation and have the high temperature refrigerant, and insert the both ends of indoor outer heat exchanger of air conditioning system with first heat exchanger, first heat exchanger can shunt and obtain the low temperature refrigerant, and transmit the heat that the low temperature refrigerant condenses the release in it to the high temperature refrigerant, the high temperature refrigerant flows into the water supply portion and can heat the water in it, the low temperature refrigerant after the condensation flows into air conditioning system again; the system can effectively and safely recover the redundant heat dissipated to the outside by the indoor and outdoor heat exchangers of the air conditioning system, and stores the heat into the liquid water with low cost and good safety to be utilized, thereby being energy-saving and environment-friendly.
2. The utility model provides an air conditioning system owing to possess above-mentioned air conditioner waste heat recovery system, the event can retrieve the waste heat that air conditioning system refrigerated time outdoor heat exchanger gived off equally, and is energy-concerving and environment-protective.
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In order to more clearly illustrate the embodiments of the present invention or the technical solutions in the prior art, the drawings used in the description of the embodiments or the prior art will be briefly described below, it is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the present invention, and for those skilled in the art, other drawings can be obtained according to these drawings without creative efforts.
Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of the air conditioner waste heat recovery system of the present invention;
fig. 2 is the principle schematic diagram of the air conditioner waste heat recovery system of the present invention.
In the figure 10, an evaporator; 20. a first compressor; 30. an outdoor heat exchanger; 40. a first electronic expansion valve;
1. a first heat exchanger; 2. a water supply tank; 3. a second heat exchanger; 301. a water inlet pipeline; 302. a water outlet pipeline; 303. a flow controller; 4. a second compressor; 5. a flow divider; 6. a second electronic expansion valve; 7. an electronic expansion valve III; 8. a pump body;
A. a normal temperature water source; B. hot water; C. cold water.
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In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the present invention clearer, the technical solutions of the present invention will be described in detail below. It is to be understood that the embodiments described are only some embodiments of the invention, and not all embodiments. Based on the embodiments of the present invention, all other embodiments obtained by a person skilled in the art without creative efforts belong to the protection scope of the present invention.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be understood that the terms "center", "length", "width", "height", "up", "down", "front", "back", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "top", "bottom", "inner", "outer", "side", and the like indicate orientations or positional relationships based on those shown in the drawings, and are only for convenience of description and simplicity of description, and do not indicate or imply that the device or element referred to must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and therefore should not be construed as limiting the present invention. In the description of the present invention, "a plurality" means two or more unless otherwise specified.
Referring to fig. 1, a conventional air conditioning system includes a circulating system formed by an evaporator 10 (an indoor heat exchanger), a compressor 20, an outdoor heat exchanger 30, and an electronic expansion valve 40, in which a refrigerant flows inside, and during cooling, the compressor 20 compresses a low-temperature and low-pressure refrigerant into a high-temperature and high-pressure refrigerant gas, the gas refrigerant heats and boosts the temperature and pressure of the refrigerant gas, enters an outdoor condenser to exchange heat with the external environment, the high-temperature and high-pressure refrigerant gas is condensed to release heat and become liquid after heat exchange, and then passes through a throttling device and the evaporator 10, enters the evaporator 10 to evaporate and absorb heat to achieve the purpose of cooling, and then the refrigerant returns to the. In the above-mentioned refrigeration process, the outdoor heat exchanger 30 (condenser) emits heat and rejects heat to the external environment, causing resource waste.
The utility model discloses aim at retrieving air conditioning system waste heat, for realizing above-mentioned purpose, the applicant discovers:
whether heat can be used immediately or not is firstly considered in heat recovery, an indoor condenser and an outdoor condenser of an air conditioning system usually adopt a fin heat exchanger to exchange heat with the external environment, the heat cannot be used immediately due to structural limitations of the outdoor unit using environment and the fin heat exchanger, and the key technical problem is heat storage aiming at heat recovery which cannot be used immediately. The ability to store heat is related to several factors:
materials: the heat storage capacity of a material is related to the physical properties (specific heat capacity), volume, and temperature of the material itself. For different materials, the heat storage capacity of the material is related to the specific heat capacity of the material, and the selection of the material also needs to consider economy, reliability and high efficiency, so that the heat storage material has a good physical state under a high-temperature condition, and therefore, the economical and safe heat storage material needs to be selected. Through research, the applicant selects liquid water as a heat storage material.
Volume: for the same material, the stored heat is proportional to the volume and the temperature, and the larger the volume is, the more the heat is stored. However, the volume of the liquid water is limited by the space conditions, so under the condition of constant space conditions, the only way to increase the temperature of the liquid water is to increase the heat storage capacity of the liquid water.
③ temperature: the temperature of the liquid water is increased as much as possible to improve the heat storage quantity of the heat storage medium, namely the liquid water, so that the heat loss is prevented from being overlarge, the temperature of the liquid water is 80-95 ℃ as much as possible, the refrigerating outlet water temperature of the use side of the air conditioning system is generally 7-15 ℃, and therefore, in order to enable the water temperature to be increased and meet the large heat storage capacity, due to the restriction of the properties of the refrigerant (the existing refrigerant cannot realize the heat exchange of the temperature span), the heat dissipated by the outdoor heat exchanger of the air conditioning refrigeration system is difficult to directly meet the working temperature difference by adopting the conventional single-.
Therefore, in order to realize the purpose of retrieving the air conditioning system waste heat, the utility model discloses after having considered comprehensively that the aforesaid how to select the heat-retaining medium, how to improve the heat-retaining ability of heat-retaining medium, how to improve the temperature scheduling key problem of heat-retaining medium, it is shown in fig. 1 to see, the utility model provides an air conditioning waste heat recovery system, including the first heat exchanger 1 and the water supply portion that are connected, circulation between the two has high temperature refrigerant, wherein:
the first heat exchanger 1 is connected in parallel to both ends of the outdoor heat exchanger 30, and is used for condensing the low-temperature refrigerant obtained by shunting and transferring the released heat to the high-temperature refrigerant flowing through the first heat exchanger to heat water in the water supply part; namely, the water in the water supply part can be heated when the high-temperature refrigerant flows through the water supply part.
It should be understood that the above-mentioned "low-temperature refrigerant" and "high-temperature refrigerant" refer to the classification of refrigerants according to normal evaporation temperature and saturated vapor pressure at normal temperature, and do not represent the temperature of the refrigerant.
The first heat exchanger 1 is connected into the air conditioning system and connected into two ends of the outdoor heat exchanger 30 in parallel, one part of the refrigerant in the air conditioning system enters the outdoor heat exchanger 30 (fin condenser), the other part of the refrigerant is shunted and enters the first heat exchanger 1, the high-temperature refrigerant in the other circulating system exchanges heat with the low-temperature refrigeration in the original air conditioning system when flowing through the first heat exchanger 1, the high-temperature refrigerant flows into the water supply part to heat the water in the high-temperature refrigerant after obtaining the heat released by the condensation of the low-temperature refrigerant, and the condensed low-temperature refrigerant flows into the air conditioning system again (without the loss of the refrigerant of the original air conditioning system); the system can effectively and safely recover the redundant heat dissipated to the outside by the indoor and outdoor heat exchangers 30 of the air conditioning system, and stores the heat into the liquid water with low cost and good safety to be utilized, thereby being energy-saving and environment-friendly.
In order to improve the heat storage capacity of the liquid water as much as possible, after the high-temperature refrigerant exchanges heat with the low-temperature refrigerant, the high-temperature refrigerant can be compressed again to raise the temperature of the liquid water. In order to achieve the above object, as an alternative embodiment, referring to fig. 1, a compressor for compressing a high-temperature refrigerant is present between a high-temperature refrigerant outlet end of the first heat exchanger 1 and the water supply portion.
The embodiment adopts the cascade circulation system, and liquid water with low cost and good safety is heated up to become a heat storage material with good property, so that high-efficiency, practical and reliable heat recovery is realized.
In other words, as shown in fig. 1, the temperature of the liquid water of the heat storage medium is increased to 80-95 ℃ as much as possible, but the above purpose cannot be achieved by the existing refrigerant, so the second compressor 4 is arranged on the circulating pipeline of the high-temperature refrigerant, and the second compressor 4 is positioned at the high-temperature refrigerant outlet end of the first heat exchanger 1.
Referring to fig. 2, the total refrigeration cycle temperature differential is divided into 2 or more sections, each section circulating a refrigerant of suitable properties, namely: the high-boiling point high-temperature refrigerant is used for circulating and bearing the refrigeration of the high-temperature section, and the low-boiling point low-temperature refrigerant is used for circulating and bearing the refrigeration of the low-temperature section. The two are superposed to reach the final required heating temperature. For the present invention, the high temperature refrigerant and the low temperature refrigerant are introduced, and the cycle temperature range is shown in fig. 2.
The second compressor 4 can compress the gaseous high-temperature refrigerant, the high-temperature refrigerant generates phase change (condensing heat release is changed into liquid state) when exchanging heat with liquid water, and the released heat can enable the liquid water to realize temperature change of the high-temperature section. The temperature of the liquid water can reach 80-95 ℃, and the liquid water can be used as domestic water.
The utility model considers the practical application process, and when the indoor environment needs to be refrigerated in summer, the domestic hot water is also needed; in winter, the cold energy emitted from the heat source side (the outdoor heat exchanger 30) is not needed. Therefore, the utility model discloses only to the air conditioner refrigeration mode heat recovery heat source side (outdoor heat exchanger 30) heat. The heating mode is not considered.
Considering the problem of load mismatch between the evaporator 10 usage side and the water supply portion usage side of the air conditioning system, such as during the cooling mode in summer, the evaporator 10 usage side is always used to provide cool air to the room, and the main air conditioning system is kept normally open. The water supply part is not used frequently, and when the temperature in the water supply part is satisfied (i.e. the heat is fully stored), the water supply part and the auxiliary circulation system of the first heat exchanger 1 are closed to operate or operate under low load.
In order to solve the problem of load mismatch between the use side of the evaporator 10 of the air conditioning system and the use side of the water supply part, a refrigerant flow dividing method is introduced in the embodiment. As an alternative embodiment, referring to fig. 1, a flow divider 5 is provided at the refrigerant upstream end of the outdoor heat exchanger 30, and the flow divider 5 is used for controlling the flow rate of the low-temperature refrigerant flowing into the first heat exchanger 1.
The structure of the above-mentioned flow divider 5 is prior art and will not be described in detail herein. When the temperature of the water in the water supply part is satisfied (namely the heat is fully stored), the high-temperature refrigerant circulating system is closed to operate, the refrigerant flow can be adjusted through the flow divider 5 to realize fin heat dissipation, and the water tank auxiliary system stops operating or operates at low load (the water supply part keeps warm).
In order to facilitate the heat exchange between the low-temperature refrigerant and the high-temperature refrigerant in the first heat exchanger 1, as an optional embodiment, the first heat exchanger 1 is a shell-and-tube heat exchanger.
The shell-and-tube heat exchanger is convenient for heat exchange between low-temperature refrigerant in the air conditioning system and high-temperature refrigerant in the waste heat recovery system, the low-temperature refrigerant can flow back to the air conditioning system again after being condensed and released with heat, and the high-temperature refrigerant absorbs heat through evaporation to obtain heat.
In order to heat the water in the water supply part by the high-temperature and high-pressure high-temperature refrigerant compressed by the compressor two 4, as an optional embodiment, the water supply part comprises a water supply tank 2 and a second heat exchanger 3 positioned in the water supply tank, and the second heat exchanger 3 is used for exchanging heat with the water in the water supply part to heat the water in the water supply part.
Specifically, referring to fig. 1, the water supply portion includes a water supply tank 2 and a second heat exchanger 3 disposed therein, a refrigerant outlet of the second heat exchanger 3 is connected to a refrigerant inlet of the first heat exchanger 1, and a refrigerant inlet of the second heat exchanger 3 is connected to a refrigerant outlet of the first heat exchanger 1.
Referring to fig. 1, the directions of solid arrows in the drawing indicate the flow direction of the refrigerant, and the directions of open arrows indicate the flow direction of water; in this embodiment, after the air conditioning system is connected to the air conditioning waste heat recovery system, there are two refrigerant circulation systems:
firstly, an air-conditioning refrigeration system: in the conventional air conditioning system, the low-temperature refrigerant flows through the first compressor 20 → the flow divider 5 → the outdoor heat exchanger 30, the first heat exchanger 1 → the first electronic expansion valve 40 → the evaporator 10 → the first compressor 20;
II, a heat recovery auxiliary system: the flow direction of the high-temperature refrigerant is second heat exchanger 3 → electronic expansion valve three 7 → first heat exchanger 1 → compressor two 4 → second heat exchanger 3;
the first heat exchanger 1 is a condenser in an air-conditioning refrigeration system, the evaporator 10 is in an auxiliary system, high-temperature refrigerant in the auxiliary system evaporates and absorbs heat from the second heat exchanger 3 to achieve a condensation effect on low-temperature refrigerant in the main system, and then the low-temperature refrigerant is compressed by the compressor II 4 to enter the second heat exchanger to be condensed and release heat to heat liquid water (80-95 ℃) in a water tank.
In the process, the first heat exchanger 1 transfers heat to the high-temperature refrigerant when the low-temperature refrigerant is subjected to phase change, and the second compressor 4 heats the phase-changed high-temperature refrigerant to improve the heat storage capacity of the liquid water.
In the process, the low-temperature refrigerant after phase change of the first heat exchanger 1 is mixed with the low-temperature refrigerant after phase change of the indoor heat exchanger 30 and the outdoor heat exchanger 30 of the refrigeration system and then flows into the air-conditioning refrigeration system again, the loss of the low-temperature refrigerant is not involved, and the refrigeration of the original air-conditioning system is not influenced.
As an alternative embodiment, referring to fig. 1, the water supply tank 2 is connected to a water inlet pipe 301 through which the normal temperature water source a flows in and a water outlet pipe 302 through which the hot water B flows out.
The pipeline connecting structure is convenient for normal-temperature water to flow into the water supply tank 2 and form hot water for use after exchanging heat with a high-temperature refrigerant.
In order to adjust the temperature of the hot water, as an alternative embodiment, referring to fig. 1, a water inlet pipe 301 is connected to a water outlet pipe 302, and a flow controller 303 for adjusting the temperature of the supplied water is provided on the connecting pipe.
By adjusting the opening and closing degree of the flow controller 303, hot water (80-95 ℃) in the water supply tank 2 can be mixed with normal-temperature water in the water inlet pipeline, the water temperature is adjusted to supply water to users, and the use of the hot water is more flexible and convenient.
In order to facilitate the low-temperature refrigerant to evaporate and absorb heat and then change into a gas state again to enter the first compressor 20, as an optional implementation manner, referring to fig. 1, an indoor evaporator 10 of the air conditioning system is connected with a normal-temperature water source a through a pump body 8, and the evaporator 10 is used for enabling the normal-temperature water source a to exchange heat with the low-temperature refrigerant.
The evaporator 10 can realize heat exchange between normal-temperature water and a low-temperature refrigerant, the normal-temperature water is pressurized to enter the evaporator 10 through the pump body 8 for heat exchange, cold water C (7-15 ℃) can be formed and supplied to a user, and the low-temperature refrigerant absorbs heat of water, evaporates and turns into a gas state and reenters the compressor I20.
In order to balance the use load of the outdoor heat exchanger 30 (fin condenser) and the water supply part, the water temperature can be controlled by controlling the operation modes of the flow divider 5 and the compressor II 4 and controlling the flow controller 303.
First, control modes of the flow divider 5 and the compressor two 4 are as follows:
detecting the temperature T of the liquid water in the supply tank 2Water (W) First heat exchanger 1 pressure PPipe shellThe judgment is as follows:
①Twater (W)<At 70 ℃, the flow divider 5 is opened to the maximum, the compressor II 4 is fully frequency-matched, and the heating is rapid;
②85℃>Twater (W)>At 70 ℃, the splitter 5 is half opened, and the compressor II 4 is heated at medium frequency and low speed;
③Twater (W)>At 85 ℃, the opening degree of the flow divider 5 is kept at 1/4, the low frequency of the compressor II is kept at a heat preservation state;
if the pressure P of the main system shell-and-tube heat exchanger is detectedPipe shellWhen the pressure is higher than the set pressure, the flow divider 5 is continuously closed to be completely closed, and the second compressor 4 is kept unchanged until the pressure is normal and the high-pressure protection state is realized;
in addition, the fan of the finned condenser (the outdoor heat exchanger 30) can control the gear of the fan along with the opening degree of the flow divider 5.
Secondly, the use mode of the flow controller 303;
detecting water temperature T of water supply tank 2Water supplyAnd the set water temperature TSetting upDifference of (D), TSetting upTo obtain the desired water temperature for use (when T)Water supply-TSetting up>The water temperature is reduced by opening the mass flow controller 303 at 3 ℃;
when TWater supply-TSetting up<3℃,Closing the flow controller 303 allows the water temperature to rise.
As an alternative embodiment, flow control means are present between the first heat exchanger 1 and the water supply portion and on the branch line of the first heat exchanger 1. The flow control member may be an electronic expansion valve. As shown in fig. 1.
And a second electronic expansion valve 6 and a third electronic expansion valve 7 are respectively arranged behind the first heat exchanger 1 and the second heat exchanger 3, and the opening degree of the corresponding electronic expansion valves is controlled according to the flow of each branch, so that the heat dissipation effect is better.
In the embodiment, the efficient and safe recovery of the heat at the heat source side of the air conditioner is realized by introducing the overlapping type refrigerant circulation and refrigerant distribution mode, the waste heat at the heat source side of the air conditioner refrigeration system is stored by the liquid water, the original air conditioner refrigeration system is not influenced, and meanwhile, the heat storage capacity of the heat storage medium, namely the liquid water, can be improved.
The embodiment also provides an air conditioning system, which is shown in fig. 1 and comprises the air conditioning waste heat recovery system.
The air conditioning system of the embodiment is provided with the air conditioning waste heat recovery system, so that waste heat (heat dissipated from the heat source side) dissipated by the outdoor heat exchanger 30 during refrigeration of the air conditioning system can be recovered, and the air conditioning system is energy-saving and environment-friendly.
The particular features, structures, or characteristics may be combined in any suitable manner in any one or more embodiments or examples.
The above description is only for the specific embodiments of the present invention, but the protection scope of the present invention is not limited thereto, and any person skilled in the art can easily think of the changes or substitutions within the technical scope of the present invention, and all should be covered within the protection scope of the present invention. Therefore, the protection scope of the present invention shall be subject to the protection scope of the claims.

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1. The utility model provides an air conditioner waste heat recovery system which characterized in that, including the first heat exchanger and the water supply portion that are connected, circulation between the two has high temperature refrigerant, wherein:
the first heat exchanger is connected in parallel with two ends of the outdoor heat exchanger and used for condensing the low-temperature refrigerant obtained by shunting and transferring the released heat to the high-temperature refrigerant flowing through the first heat exchanger so as to heat water in the water supply part.
2. An air conditioner waste heat recovery system according to claim 1, wherein a compressor for compressing the high temperature refrigerant is present between the high temperature refrigerant outlet end of the first heat exchanger and the water supply portion.
3. An air conditioner waste heat recovery system according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that a flow divider is arranged at the refrigerant upstream end of the outdoor heat exchanger and used for controlling the flow of the low-temperature refrigerant flowing into the first heat exchanger.
4. The air conditioner waste heat recovery system of claim 1 or 2, wherein the first heat exchanger is a shell and tube heat exchanger.
5. The air conditioner waste heat recovery system according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the water supply portion comprises a water supply tank and a second heat exchanger located in the water supply tank, a refrigerant outlet of the second heat exchanger is connected with a refrigerant inlet of the first heat exchanger, and a refrigerant inlet of the second heat exchanger is connected with a refrigerant outlet of the first heat exchanger.
6. The air conditioner waste heat recovery system of claim 5, wherein the water supply tank is connected with a water inlet pipeline for a normal temperature water source to flow in and a water outlet pipeline for hot water to flow out.
7. The air conditioner waste heat recovery system of claim 6, wherein the water inlet pipeline is connected with the water outlet pipeline, and a flow controller for adjusting the temperature of supplied water is arranged on a connecting pipeline of the water inlet pipeline and the water outlet pipeline.
8. The air conditioner waste heat recovery system of claim 1, wherein a room temperature water source is connected to an indoor evaporator of the air conditioning system through a pump body, and the evaporator is used for enabling the room temperature water source to exchange heat with the low temperature refrigerant.
9. The air conditioner waste heat recovery system of claim 1, wherein flow control components are arranged between the first heat exchanger and the water supply part and on a branch line of the first heat exchanger.
10. An air conditioning system characterized by comprising the air conditioning waste heat recovery system according to any one of claims 1 to 9.
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