Air Condensers

The parts of air conditioning systems called air condensers allow refrigerant to release heat. When an air conditioner's compressor produces hot refrigerant, the air condenser absorbs it and transfers the heat to the outside air. After cooling in the condenser, the refrigerant is transferred to the evaporator, where it absorbs heat from the interior air of the house or vehicle. In order to adequately release heat into the surrounding air, the condenser is often installed outside of the building or vehicle. The condenser's capacity to dissipate heat has a direct impact on how efficiently the air conditioning system operates.