Condensing units are common temperature control devices found in refrigerators, air conditioners, heat pumps, and chillers. They move energy in the form of heat by compressing a gas called “refrigerant,” which is then pumped into a coil system and uses the air around the coil to heat and cool the space. Electronic controls, fans, pumps, and coils manage the work of the condenser.
Condensing units are used to supply compressed refrigerant to direct expansion coils in air tunnels to condition the air. Air conditioning involves cooling, dehumidifying, or reheating the air for optimum space comfort. Condensers are often used when the weight of the roof or space constraints require splitting the system. A condensing unit can be located as close as 5 feet from the air duct and as far as 150 feet.
The condenser applies pressure to the gas until it becomes a liquid – expelling energy as heat – and then the cooled liquid circulates through the closed system where it absorbs heat as it returns to the compressor.
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Early refrigerators placed the condenser on top of the cabinet. The first condenser converted the “icebox” into a “refrigerator”, named after the gas used in the condenser located on top of the unit.
Condensing units are used to supply compressed refrigerant to direct expansion coils in air tunnels to condition the air. Air conditioning involves cooling, dehumidifying, or reheating the air for optimum space comfort. Condensers are often used when the weight of the roof or space constraints require splitting the system.
An air conditioner is made up of several components that work in tandem. The two main components are the compressor and the AC condenser. The compressor is the box outside your home and the first step in cooling the air.
The compressor’s job is to compress the refrigerant gas into a liquid, which is then sent back inside the house and into the condenser. The act of compressing the gas generates heat, so a fan inside the compressor draws air from the sides into the cooling coil and out the top of the unit.
You must ensure that the coil is free of debris from trees, weeds, grass, and shrubs. Clogging the coils with such debris can cause your unit to not work properly. The main job of the compressor is to compress the atoms and molecules into a smaller volume. The liquid that was fed into the condenser now turns back into a gas through a pressure drop.
Raising the coolant temperature above the ambient outdoor temperature causes heat to flow from the coolant into the outdoor air. As the refrigerant changes back to a gas, it undergoes a heat absorption reaction, which means that heat is absorbed from the air. ac compressor accepts and compresses the only gaseous refrigerant from the superheated refrigerant. The refrigerant enters the condenser as a high-pressure, high-temperature gas and leaves as a liquid. Condensers have very cold coils through which warm air from the house is sent to cool and then sent back through the ductwork to cool your home. The condenser’s main job is to remove heat from the source.