Marcet Boiler The Marcet Boiler unit is designed to demonstrate the relationship between the pressure and temperature of water during steam generation. Temperatures of up to 200°C are possible for recording the vapour pressure curve. The temperature and pressure can be continuously monitored via a digital temperature indicator and a Bourdon tube pressure gauge. A temperature controller and pressure relief valve are fitted as safety devices and protect the system against overpressure. Experimental Capabilities: Measurement of Temperature & Pressure To study relationship between Pressure & Temperature of steam To record vapor pressure curve for water Specifications: Bourdon tube pressure gauge: 0-15 bar Temperature Controller: 0-200°C Safety valve: 10 bar Heater: 2kW Boiler, stainless steel: 2L
Single Stage Compressor Module
Single Stage Compressor Module The modular system allows the investigation of different machines. Each machine is mounted on a base plate, which can easily be fitted into the unit. It is powered by a belt drive. Hoses with quick-action couplings provide the supply lines. The unit itself includes the electric drive motor with speed control, 2 pressure vessels for the compressor experiments, a measuring tank and a supply tank for the pump experiments and a protection cover. The intake and delivery pressure, temperature, motor speed and power are measured and displayed digitally. The corresponding flow is measured indirectly and transferred to the PC data acquisition software.
Electrically Heated Absorption Refrigeration Unit- Engineering Lab Training Systems.
Technical Description Unlike mechanically driven compression refrigeration systems, absorption systems use thermal energy directly. There are three circuits in the system: a water circuit, an ammonia circuit and a hydrogen circuit. The system comprises a generator, a condenser, an evaporator with a downstream gas heat exchanger, an absorber and a liquid heat exchanger. A cooling load can be simulated at the evaporator using an electrical heater.