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KNOWING ABOUT CONDENSER


What is a condenser?
Is a device or unit used to condense vapor into liquid. A condenser is simply one component of an air conditioner. Whether you have an outdoor air conditioner or a window unit air conditioner your air conditioner contains a condenser.
Condensers are used in outdoor air conditioning systems as well as heat pump systems. Condensers in an air conditioning unit have very few controls. They will have an on and off switch. Occasionally these air conditioners will also have a brown out option. This option shuts down the compressor when the electrical current is low.
A condenser is simply a heat exchanger. It compresses refrigerants into a hot gas to then condense them into a liquid. A condenser is a major component in a air conditioning or heat pump unit. It moves air across the coils to facilitate the transfer of heat.
In a heat pump unit the condenser has a few more features. It will have a reverse valve that allows the unit to switch back and forth between air conditioning and heating. Even when the unit is heating, it uses the condenser for defrosting the coils. If the coils become layered with frost it will effect the units effectiveness this is defrosted when the reverse valve switches to air conditioning mode to move the hot gases through the coils melting the built up ice. It will automatically switch back to heating mode once the ice is cleared to once again heat the home.
To keep your unit in good operating condition it is vital to keep the area around the condenser clear of all debris as well as keeping the filter clear of dust and dirt. A clean machine makes a happy machine. A happy machine will keep you cool during the summer months and warm during the cold months. It is suggested to change the units filters when they become dirty, depending on your area and conditions near your home this may be as often as once a month or as seldom as every 3 to 6 months. You will have to pay close attention to your units needs to decide the right time to change or clean your unit’s filters.
It is very important no matter what type of unit you have to prevent the blockage of the condenser. If the condenser becomes block it can effect the units efficiency or even cause the until to completely fail. For this reason it is one of the most important components of a cooling or heating system. A condenser allows the maximum airflow to the unit.
Keeping you condenser in good running condition will not only prolong the life of your heat or cooling system but also provide you with the most efficient heat and cooling system saving you money on heat and cooling.www.victorwod1234.blogspot.com

on Apr 08, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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To continue from my last Question, to do with HVAC Evaporator/Condenser Cycles, how often should the System go into Heat Standby, Heat Defrost, and Heat Modes? What are Heat Standby and Heat Defrost?


In this type of system (heat pump), the evap and condenser swap functions by means of a reversing valve, according to the mode selected. Evaps throw off cool air, condensers, warm air. In heat mode, the condenser is the indoor coil and it throws off heat from the outside air. Vice versa for the cooling mode. Heat Standby would be whenever the temperature thermistor has reached set point by the user and shuts down the system. Heat defrost is the cycle that reverses refrigerant flow and defrosts the outdoor coil by sending warm refrigerant liquid to that coil. In heat mode, the outdoor coil builds frost and ice on its surface.

Feb 05, 2015 | Refrigerators

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The difference between the heat pump and condenser


Well...they are kinda the same. The condenser is where the refrigerant is condensed from a gas to a liquid. When in AC mode this happens outside at the AC unit. (You ever put your hand over a running AC unit in the summer? Feels warm!). When in Heat Pump mode the process is reversed. Instead of condensing the gas to liquid outside (which creates heat) the condensing happens inside and helps warm the building up (with the help of the fan of course). So essential the condenser is where the gas is condensed into a liquid, which creates heat. A heat pump can reverse the direction of the flow and cause this condensing to happen either outside or inside.
This is a very watered down version of what happens but I hope this is sufficient for what you are asking.

Jun 29, 2014 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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Where is the drain pan located?


Sometimes there is no condensate.
Sometimes the drain line is clogged.
Copy following links for GE Heat Pump water heater.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Review-GE-Heat-Pump-water-heater.html
Expanded drawing of 2012 GE heat pump condensation drain reservoir
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/GE-condensate-drain-560.jpg
Clean the drain line by swinging over head.
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Sep 11, 2012 | Water Heaters

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How can i minimize the heat of the condenser if i bosst the freon


There is nothing you can do to minimize the heat of condenser.
The condenser is the high temp side of the refrigeration cycle.
It is the place where hi-temp, compressed freon gas change into liquid before entering evaporator.
As long as your fridge is functioning well, nothing to worry about the heat of condenser-it's normal to touch it to be heat.
Thanks for asking.
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Jun 28, 2011 | Refrigerators

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Oil coming out of air filter


It is quite normal to have a small amount of oil in the airbox, however exsess oil in the airbox will find its way into the engine and burn hence smoke, remove the engine breather pipe from the engine to airbox and clean then replace, exsess crankcase pressure is caused by pressure leaking past the piston or rings, during detanation, dismantling of the top end of the engine is required for inspection, poss new piston and rebore.

May 15, 2011 | 2001 Yamaha SR 125

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Exsessive water comes out ov exaust wen reved up wats the problem?


there is a drain hole in the muffler to drain condensation out of the exhaust, they get blocked, clear the hole

Jul 28, 2010 | Mitsubishi Lancer Cars & Trucks

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Worcester combi gas boiler 3.5 highflow is constantantly dripping water at the external flue position over flow pipe


water vapour is one the main products of combustion of gas. With a standard efficiency boiler, upon initial heat up when the flue is cold this vapour can condensate on the inner wall of the flue but should stop once the flue heats up, to stop this condense dripping back on to the heat exchanger the flue should be tilted towards the outlet and thus on initial heat up water can drip from the flue. with high efficiency (condensing) boilers, condensation will occur in the flue and secondary heat exchanger during normal operation, dispense of this condensate is accommodated for in the boiler and therefor the flue should be tilted towards the boiler, if not the flue will drip constantly.

Apr 06, 2010 | Water Heaters

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Exsessive fuel spay


check the electronic egr valve

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