The function of the automobile condenser is to cool the high-temperature and high-pressure refrigerant vapor discharged from the compressor and condense it into a liquid high-pressure refrigerant. It cools and liquefies high-pressure and high-temperature gaseous refrigerants sent from compressors. A condenser is a device that continuously compresses refrigerant from gas to liquid, a process of condensation and heat dissipation.
The condenser is part of the refrigeration system and is also a type of heat exchanger. It can turn gas into liquid and quickly transfer the heat inside the pipe to the air near the pipe. The working principle of the condenser: After the refrigerant enters the evaporator, the pressure decreases, changing from high-pressure gas to low-pressure gas. This process requires heat absorption, so the surface temperature of the evaporator is very low, and then the cold air can be blown out by the fan. The condenser cools the high pressure and high temperature refrigerant from the compressor to a high pressure and low temperature. It is then evaporated through a capillary, in an evaporator.