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08 Jul

The ice maker works by converting water or other liquids into ice cubes through a refrigeration system.

The ice maker contains an evaporator inside, which has a fan inside that lowers the temperature to a temperature below the freezing point, causing the water or liquid to gradually turn into ice cubes. The ice cubes are then transported to the condenser, where the heat is dissipated by the refrigerant in the condenser, causing the ice cubes to gradually become hard. Finally, the formed ice cubes are discharged through the drain pipe for use

 The main mechanical components of the ice maker include:

1. Evaporator: responsible for lowering the water temperature to below the freezing point and causing the water to freeze.

2. Compressor: compresses the refrigerant, increases its pressure and temperature, and is the core component of the refrigeration cycle.

3. Condenser: helps the refrigerant dissipate heat and become a low-temperature, low-pressure liquid, which is the place for heat exchange.

4. Water storage tank and water pump: store and provide chilled water, which is continuously circulated through the evaporator through the water pump.

5. Flow control valve and porous tank: control the flow and distribution of water to ensure uniform ice making.

Defrost system: When the ice layer reaches a certain thickness, the defrost process is started, usually using a heat pump to remove ice so that the next ice making cycle can be carried out.

These components work together to achieve the conversion process from water to ice

LVNi produces various styles of   ice maker  . Factory direct sales. Welcome to consult.

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