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The absorption cycle uses a heat-driven concentration difference to move refrigerant vapors (usually water) from the evaporator to the condenser. The high concentration side of the cycle absorbs refrigerant vapors (which, of course, dilute that material). Heat is then used to drive off these refrigerant vapors thereby increasing the concentration again.
* Steam from boiler
* Steam from processes
* Steam from cogeneration plants
* Steam from turbines
Single Stage Steam Absorption Chillers
When steam in the 12 to 20 psig range from a process or other steam use is available at little or no cost (i.e. steam would otherwise be wasted).
Two Stage Absorption Chillers
When steam in the 40 to 140 psig range from a process or other steam use is available at little or no cost (i.e. steam would otherwise be wasted),
Waste Heat Fired Absorption Chillers
Where exhaust from a gas turbine provides cooling for the intake air to improve turbine performance in hot weather.
Where cooling is required and clean exhaust gas is available, emitted from an industrial process such as those related to printing, drying, or baking.