Automotive Air Conditioning Condensers
An air conditioning condensers purpose is to dissipate any heat that may be built up, in the system. In many cases, the condenser resembles a radiator. The condenser is commonly located in front of the radiator, so that it receives maximum air flow. As with radiators, condensers must have sufficient air flow,in order to cool the system. On rear wheel drive vehicles, the condenser uses air from the existing engine fan to keep it cool. While front wheel drive vehicles, receive air flow from electric cooling fans. Condensers work by taking hot gasses in, at the top of the condenser, and cooling the gas off, as it reaches the bottom of the condenser. As the gas starts to cool and make its way through the condenser, the gas begins to condense into a high pressure liquid.
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