The EuP Directive’s chief aim is to improve the energy efficiency of energy-using products (EuPs). It thus contributes towards reaching the European Union’s targets for climate protection.
Evaporation takes place in an evaporator, which is a part of a cooling system. The change of state from liquid to gas of the cooling media flowing through the evaporator is known as evaporation.
An evaporative condenser is used to remove excess heat from a cooling system when the heat cannot be utilised for other purposes. The excess heat is removed by evaporating water.
Expansion is an expression used in a cooling plant. It relates to the temperature and the process that brings the refrigerant from the condenser side to the evaporator side in the cooling plant.