Cooling by Evacuation Experiment
(TD-009)

1 Jacketed tank 2 Tank to be cooled 3 Temperature sensor 4 Vacuum pump 5 Vacuum pressure gauge 6 Tank pressure display 7 Water temperature display 8 Vacuum pump ON/OFF 9 Main trainer ON/OFF button 10 Emergency button

  • Evaporative cooling using vacuum
  • Study the relationship between pressure and temperature.
  • Study the relationship between flash point and cooling
  • Test section
    • acrylic tank with sealing
    • Height: 300 mm
    • Diameter: 250 mm
  • Vacuum pump
    • Flow rate: 51 L/min
    • power : 1/3 HP
    • inlet port : 1/4 «
    • oil capacity : 200 ml
    • Dual stage
  • Temperature sensor
    • Thermocouple K-type
    • Range: -50 to 250 c
  • Manometer
    • Range: -1 to 6 bar
  • Beaker
    • Volume: 1.2 L
  • Cooling by Evacuation Experiment(TD - 009)
  • Hard copy user manual
  • BEDO Software
  • Laboratory PC

Cooling by Evacuation trainer is a bench top device which is designed to demonstrate the Vacuum cooling technique which is based on the principle of evaporative cooling also the trainer allows trainee to investigate the effect of the Kinetic gas theory.

                                     
  • The educational unit is a bench top device allows demonstration of vacuum cooling.
  • The trainer has transparent test section to allow perfect observation of the experiment.
  • The test section is an acrylic tank perfectly isolated to allow better operation for the experiment.
  • The device has thermocouple and manometer for temperature and pressure measurement.
  • The trainer has software that enables clear demonstration for the experiments and measurements .
  • Two stages rotary vacuum pump is used to evacuate the test section to run the experiment.