A refrigerant liquid pipe is a type of pipe that is use […]
A refrigerant liquid pipe is a type of pipe that is used to transport refrigerant in a refrigeration system. Refrigerant is a fluid that is used to transfer heat from one location to another, and it is a critical component of many cooling and air conditioning systems.
Refrigerant liquid pipes are typically made of durable and corrosion-resistant materials, such as copper or aluminum. They come in a variety of sizes and styles, and they are designed to withstand the high pressure and temperature changes that are common in refrigeration systems.
Refrigerant liquid pipes are an important part of any refrigeration system, as they allow the refrigerant to flow between the various components of the system. They are used to connect the compressor, condenser, and evaporator, and they can also be used to connect the system to external devices such as thermostats and controls.
It is important to properly maintain and repair refrigerant liquid pipes to ensure the efficiency and reliability of the refrigeration system. This may involve cleaning the pipes, checking for leaks, and replacing damaged or worn-out components.
All-iron refrigerant liquid pipe fittings
Rubber freon hoses for car air-conditioning installations are mounted with special fittings made of iron or copper. The type of the fitting connection can be individually designed to match a particular type of a car. The angle and shape of the fitting pipe determine how the fitting is attached. The typical types of connections in the car air-conditioning installations are given below:
pipe fitting with UNF female thread (swivel nut) and o-ring seal;
fitting wtih UNF female thread (swivel nut), SAE type (45° cone);
compressor fitting with female thread 1″-14 UNF (swivel nut);
pipe fitting with UNF male thread with o-ring seal;
fitting with UNF male thread (socket of a quick release coupling)