Doowon Climate Control Co., Ltd.
|Doowon Climate Control Co., Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140360703||COOLING MODULE FOR VEHICLE - A cooling module for a vehicle may include a radiator with a first header tank receiving coolant, a second header tank at a predetermined distance from the first header tank to exhaust coolant, and a plurality of tubes that connects the first header tank with the second header tank, and a radiating fin is formed therebetween and at a front side of a vehicle, a water cooled condenser that receives refrigerant through a refrigerant pipe in the second header tank formed by laminating a plurality of plates, which condenses refrigerant by exchanging heat with cooled coolant flowing the second header tank, and an air-cooled condenser connected to the water cooled condenser through the refrigerant pipe, receives first-condensed refrigerant from the water cooled condenser, and is disposed at a front side of the radiator to further condense the refrigerant by exchanging heat with outside air.||12-11-2014|
|20140166250||COOLING MODULE FOR VEHICLE - A cooling module for a vehicle may include a radiator that is disposed at a front side of a vehicle and exchanges heat with ambient air to cool coolant that flows therein, a first condenser in which refrigerant flows through a refrigerant pipe and that is disposed in the radiator and exchanges heat with the coolant flowing in the radiator to condense the coolant, and a second condenser that is connected to the first condenser through a refrigerant pipe, the refrigerant that is condensed by the first condenser flowing therein, and is disposed at a front side of the radiator and exchanges heat with ambient air to further condense the refrigerant.||06-19-2014|
|20140166242||COOLING SYSTEM FOR VEHICLE - A cooling system for a vehicle that system includes a radiator disposed in a front of the vehicle, and introduced with cooling water thereinto to cool the cooling water through heat exchange with exterior air;. In addition, a first condenser is disposed at a first side of the radiator in a width direction of the vehicle and connected with the radiator via a cooling water pipe to be introduced with the cooling water, and introduced with refrigerant via a refrigerant pipe to condense the refrigerant through heat exchange with the cooling water therein. A second condenser is interconnected with the first condenser via the refrigerant pipe to be introduced with the refrigerant condensed by the first condenser, and disposed in a front of the radiator to additionally condense the refrigerant through mutual heat exchange of the exterior air introduced while driving the vehicle and the refrigerant.||06-19-2014|
|20140110093||CONDENSER FOR VEHICLE - A condenser for a vehicle may include a main heat dissipating portion having a first passage and a second passage, a sub-heat-dissipating portion having a third passage and a fourth passage, a receiver drier unit that receives refrigerant from the main heat dissipating portion through the sub-heat-dissipating portion, separates gaseous refrigerant from the condensed refrigerant, and filters moisture and foreign materials, an upper cover in which a refrigerant inlet may be formed at one side of an opposite side of the receiver drier unit corresponding to the main heat dissipating portion and a coolant outlet may be formed at the other end portion thereof, and a lower cover in which a refrigerant outlet may be formed at one side corresponding to the refrigerant inlet to be connected to the sub-heat-dissipating portion.||04-24-2014|
|20140102682||CONDENSER FOR VEHICLE - A condenser for vehicles may include a main heat-discharging unit formed with a plurality of first and second flow paths alternately, an overcooling heat-discharging unit disposed on a lower portion of the main heat-discharging unit, and formed with third and fourth flow paths, a receiver drier unit mounted on an upper portion of the overcooling heat-discharging unit to separate the refrigerant that flows through the main heat-discharging unit and the overcooling heat-discharging unit, to filter moisture and foreign materials therefrom and then to supply a filtered refrigerant to the overcooling heat-discharging unit||04-17-2014|
|20140096560||COOLING SYSTEM FOR VEHICLE - An air-conditioning system for a vehicle may include a cooling unit including a radiator, a cooling fan to introduce air in the radiator, a water pump connected to the radiator through the cooling line, and a reserver tank provided on the cooling line to store a cooling fluid, a first condenser connected to the cooling line between the radiator and the reserver tank such that a cooling fluid is introduced and a refrigerant is introduced through a refrigerant line, and the refrigerant is condensed by heat exchange between the cooling fluid and the refrigerant, and a second condenser serially connected to the first condenser on the refrigerant line such that a condensed liquid phase refrigerant is introduced, and disposed on a front of the radiator such that the refrigerant is condensed by an air cooling type through heat exchange between the refrigerant and an outdoor air introduced on driving.||04-10-2014|
|20130288586||AIR CONTROLLING SYSTEM OF AIR CONDITIONER FOR VEHICLE - Air controlling system of an air conditioner for a vehicle which controls conditioned-air with the temperature controlled in an air-conditioning case to be supplied to each demand part in a vehicle. The air controlling system of an air conditioner for a vehicle is equipped with a rear console duct and can discharge conditioned-air to not only the front seats, but the rear seats in a vehicle.||10-31-2013|
|20130152625||RECEIVER DRIER FOR A VEHICLE AIR CONDITIONER - The present invention provides a receiver drier for a vehicle air conditioner including: a tubular body into which a desiccant bag is inserted, and on the outer side of which a refrigerant inlet, through which a refrigerant is introduced from a condenser, and a refrigerant outlet, through which a liquid refrigerant flows out into a sub-cooling zone, are formed, the body having an opening at the lower portion thereof; a filter installed in the body; and a cap having a cap body inserted in and coupled to the opening of the body, wherein a lower part of the filter is inserted into the upper peripheral surface of the cap body, and a guide member protrudes from the top surface of the cap body toward the inner side of the filter and guides the refrigerant supplied through the refrigerant inlet to smoothly flow out through the refrigerant outlet.||06-20-2013|
|20130030622||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MANAGING WASTE HEAT OF ELECTRIC VEHICLE - Disclosed herein is a waste heat management system of an electric vehicle. In particular, a pump for controlling the flow of cooling fluid, an OBC cooling fluid line and a motor cooling fluid line which diverge in parallel from an outlet of a cooling fluid line of the fluid pump, and a heater core cooling fluid line and a radiator cooling fluid line which are respectively connected in parallel with a junction of an inlet of the fluid pump cooling fluid line and a junction of outlets of the heater core cooling fluid line and the radiator cooling fluid line, are interconnected to provide both heating and air-conditioning to the interior of the vehicle. Additionally, the present invention, also allows the motor to be preheated when the vehicle is not running.||01-31-2013|
|20120137725||CONDENSER FOR VEHICLE - A condenser for a vehicle includes an integrally formed receiver-drier and a plurality of stacked plates. The condenser may be used in an air conditioning having an expansion valve expanding liquid refrigerant, an evaporator evaporating the refrigerant expanded at the expansion valve through heat-exchange with air, and a compressor receiving from the evaporator and compressing gaseous refrigerant, may be provided between the compressor and the expansion valve, and may circulate coolant supplied from a radiator so as to condense the refrigerant supplied from the compressor through heat-exchange with the coolant and the refrigerant.||06-07-2012|
Patent applications by Doowon Climate Control Co., Ltd.