Improvements in absorption refrigerating apparatus

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  • Assignees: Gustave Bossini
  • Publication Date: June 20, 1939
  • Publication Number: GB-507765-A

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507,765. Refrigerating. BOSSINI, G. Dec. 20,1937, No. 35203. [Class 29] Absorption systeme.-In a continuous-cycle inert gas system having a combined absorber and evaporator vessel f with opposed evaporating and absorbing-surfaces g, h., preferably covered with capillary wire gauze j, m, a number of spaced upright partitions 1, 2, 3 are located between the surfaces to produce a vertically sinuous path for the inert gas, to retard the gas circulation and effect heat exchange between the gas mixtures. In addition, the evaporator and absorber surfaces are at different levels to ensure start of circulation of the gas mixtures by gravity as soon as the generator a of the system is heated. The inner and outer partitions 1, 3 are connected at the bottom by a partition 4, and the middle partition 2 extends to the top of the vessel f or, if annular, may be closed at the top by a dome. In the vessel shown a light inert gas such as hydrogen is used. If a heavy gas such as argon is employed the evaporator is at a lower level than the absorber. The absorber is cooled by water supplied by pipe n and discharged by pipe o to the condenser pooling-coil d,

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