AC Condensing Units – Air Conditioner Condensers

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Condensing Units

Air conditioner condensers are one of the most important parts of your commercial AC unit. Without the condenser working properly, your air conditioner will be unable to properly cool the air. Fortunately, it is possible to purchase and install a new condenser unit to get your AC back up and running.

Condensing Units installed and maintained by Heinz Mechanical serving Portland OR Vancouver WAHow Condensing Units Work

In the process of cooling your building, your air conditioner uses a refrigerant to absorb heat from the air. As the heat is absorbed, the refrigerant becomes a gas. The condenser collects the gas and forces it to rapidly cool under pressure through a series of coils, and with the help of a fan.

The fan then forces outside air to blow across the surface of the coils and carry away the heat. The resulting cold refrigerant returns to its liquid state and gets recycled through your air conditioner. A condensing unit that isn’t working properly will leave too much heat behind and won’t be able to sufficiently cool your facility’s space.

Installation of Commercial Air Conditioner Condensers

The good news is that there are specialists who can help you install new AC condenser units at a reasonable price. Since there are many moving parts inside of your air conditioner, and the unit uses very high power, it is always best to seek the assistance of an expert for your air conditioner repairs.

Heinz Mechanical Industries has years of experience handling commercial air conditioners. Whether you are trying to cool a warehouse full of computers or your industrial complex, we can help you find the right parts for your installation.

We will help you choose the right condenser for the size of the space you have and make recommendations based on energy efficiency and our experience with trusted brands. Once you’ve made your choice, our team of technicians will get you cooled off in no time.