Heat exchanger - crucial for the refrigerant state change in the system
The condenser is placed at the front of the car and is typically attached to other heat exchangers in the engine compartment like engine cooling radiator or intercooler.
The role of the condenser is to ensure that the state of the refrigerant changes from gaseous to liquid form. The change of state is called the condensation process where the refrigerant heat is extracted and exchanged with the ambient air.
Extended product lifespan thanks to a special protection applied to condenser models particularly exposed to corrosion.
OE Matching Quality
Designed, manufactured and tested according to OE requirements.
Packaging with excellent protection against transport damages.
Very competitive product range covering +97% of the European vehicle fleet, +1,100 models in range, +75 new models added each season.
Perfect finish and product fit, enabling a quick and smooth product installation.
O-rings included in the product box for selected items (First Fit).
Perfect finish in every detail such as connections, threads, bolts, mountings etc. smoothly fitting the vehicle mounting points.
Perfect Surface Finish
Optimized aluminum brazing processes significantly reduce surface impurities caused by residues of brazing pre-treatment agents.
Inlet and outlet connections covered by tight closures protecting against impurities and moist absorption during production and storage.
Packaging with specially designed cardboard U-profiles to protect the condenser verges against tight strapping and tensions during transportation.
The condenser is a component particularly exposed to corrosion, which, quickly, may weaken the mechanical construction and performance of the component as well as reduce its tightness.
Corroded or missing fins significantly reduce the performance of the condenser thus the reliability of the entire AC system.
A leaking or non-performing condenser leads to an excessive overload of the other AC loop components – mainly the compressor, exposing it to overheating and, in extreme cases, to seize up.