The main differences between Vapour Compression and Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System are Vapor compression has high C.O.P (Coefficient of Performance) and Vapour Absorption has low C.O.P.
Today we will study the Difference Between Vapour Compression and Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System in detail.
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Before moving further on differences lets have an overview of both the Vapour Compression and Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System.
So let's start with the Vapour compression first,
Vapour Compression Refrigeration system:
The Vapour compression refrigeration system is by far the most popular and widely used system in refrigeration and air conditioning bot for industrial and domestic applications.
In this system, the working substance is a refrigerant like NH3, R-11, R-12.
This Vapour Compression system mainly consists of a Refrigerator compressor, a liquid compressor, a liquid receiver, a refrigerant control valve also called as an Expansion valve and Evaporator.
Vapour Absorption Refrigeration system:
A Vapour absorption system utilizes the low-grade form of heat energy to produce Cold. Whereas the VCR system needs work energy to produce cold which is a high-grade form of energy and expensive to produce.
The compressor of the Vapour Compression Refrigeration System is replaced by the use of absorber, pump, and generator.
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