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Do you know about vibration dampers in refrigeration systems?

November 08,2023

Refrigeration systems are widely used in industrial, commercial, and residential fields, with the main function of transferring heat from one area to another to achieve cooling effects. However, vibration has always been a tricky problem in refrigeration systems. To solve this problem,vibration dampers  are often used in refrigeration systems.

Vibration dampers are devices specifically designed to reduce or eliminate vibration and noise. In refrigeration systems, vibration dampers are typically installed between the compressor and condenser to reduce vibration and noise. The main function of vibration dampers is to reduce vibration and noise by absorbing and dispersing vibration energy. Below, we will discuss the principles, types, and applications of vibration dampers in refrigeration systems in detail.

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Refrigeration HONGSEN Stainless Steel vibration eliminator

I. Principles of Vibration Dampers

The principle of vibration dampers is mainly to reduce vibration and noise by absorbing and dispersing vibration energy. Vibration dampers are usually made of elastic materials such as rubber and polyurethane. When the refrigeration system is running, vibration energy is transmitted to the vibration damper through the pipeline, where it is absorbed and dispersed. This reduces vibration and noise, thereby improving the stability and reliability of the refrigeration system.

The principles of vibration dampers also include reducing stress and vibration in pipelines. In refrigeration systems, pipelines are often subjected to internal pressure and external environmental factors, resulting in stress and vibration. These stresses and vibrations can cause pipeline fatigue and damage, thereby affecting the normal operation of the refrigeration system. Vibration dampers can reduce stress and vibration in pipelines, thereby extending their service life.

II. Types of Vibration Dampers

Vibration dampers can be divided into several types based on their structure and materials. Below, we will introduce several common types of vibration dampers.

Spring-type Vibration Damper

The spring-type vibration damper is a common type of vibration damper. It consists of springs and rubber pads, which can absorb and disperse vibration energy. The spring-type vibration damper has the advantages of simple structure, easy installation, and durability, and is therefore widely used in refrigeration systems.

Rubber-type Vibration Damper

The rubber-type vibration damper is a device specifically designed to reduce vibration and noise. It is made of rubber material, which can absorb and disperse vibration energy. The rubber-type vibration damper has the advantages of wear resistance, aging resistance, and corrosion resistance, and is therefore widely used in refrigeration systems.

Liquid-type Vibration Damper

The liquid-type vibration damper is a device that uses the inertia and viscosity of liquid to reduce vibration and noise. It consists of liquid, springs, and pipelines, which can absorb and disperse vibration energy. The liquid-type vibration damper has the advantages of good shock absorption and high stability, and is therefore widely used in refrigeration systems.

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Refrigeration HONGSEN Stainless Steel Vibration Eliminator

III. Applications of Vibration Dampers

Vibration dampers are widely used in refrigeration systems. Below, we will introduce several common application scenarios.

Between the Compressor and Condenser

The area between the compressor and condenser is one of the most severe areas for vibration and noise in refrigeration systems. To reduce vibration and noise, vibration dampers are usually installed in this area. Vibration dampers can reduce vibration and noise, thereby improving the stability and reliability of the refrigeration system.

At Pipeline Connections

Pipeline connections are also an important source of vibration and noise in refrigeration systems. To reduce vibration and noise, vibration dampers are usually installed at pipeline connections. Vibration dampers can reduce stress and vibration in pipelines, thereby extending their service life.

In Cooling Towers

Cooling towers are devices used for heat dissipation in refrigeration systems. As cooling towers often need to run, they are prone to vibration and noise. To reduce vibration and noise, vibration dampers are usually installed at the bottom of cooling towers. Vibration dampers can reduce vibration and noise in cooling towers, thereby improving the stability and reliability of the refrigeration system.

In summary, vibration dampers play a very important role in refrigeration systems. They can reduce vibration and noise, improve the stability and reliability of refrigeration systems, and have a wide range of types and applications that need to be selected and installed according to specific situations.


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