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Condenser Coils

At Al Tabreed, we are home to all your condenser coils. Whether you are looking for air blast radiators, dry air coolers, chiller coils, exchange coils, or air-cooled condensers, we will deliver them to you. Also, we are manufacturers of air conditioning, forced air evaporators for heating, refrigeration, process cooling and heat recovery systems for industries.   

We provide a broad range of standard and quality products that aligns with a series of cooling applications. Our business uses a flexible approach that helps us design and build equipment fit for different purposes.

We manufacture and supply Air Handling Units (AHU) Coils in various industries and workplaces such as schools, hospitals, malls, food processing and other industries.

All Al Tabreed AHU coils are products of the highest quality raw materials. Specifically, they consist of aluminum/copper, copper tubing, and louvred fins. We source our copper and aluminium from leading manufacturers across the globe. We also have strict and efficient manufacturing standards. This way, you can be certain of getting the best condenser coils from us.

As a leading AC condenser coil manufacturer and supplier in UAE, Al Tabreed manufacture evaporator and condenser coils for various air conditioning brands such as LG, Samsung, Carrier, York, .and others. We also serve the automotive industry.

Our coils never leave the factory unless they are full tested and quality checked. We manufacture an extensive range of condenser coils.

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CONDENSOR COIL

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What is a Condenser Coil?

A condenser coil is one of the parts of a condensation process. As you may have noticed, condensation is one of the most widely used processes in heating, air conditioning, and thermal control. The condenser coil is found in different types of heat exchange systems, such as central air conditioners. Below is a comprehensive guide of the condenser coils, including what they are and how they work.

How does a condenser coil work?

The condenser coil is a core component of any HVAC unit or general heating and cooling system. Its work is to collect or release heat depending on the type of system in use. The condenser coil is usually made of copper and contains the liquid form of the refrigerant. Copper is a very good conductor of heat, making it ideal for the purpose. When the AC is running, the evaporator converts the refrigerant from a liquid into gas. This causes heat transfer to the coils and fins, resulting in rapid heat transfer cooling the system. The blower passes air across the cool surface and spreads it throughout the house cooling it.

On the other hand, in the condenser coil, the compressor applies pressure to the gas turning it back to liquid refrigerant. The heat released spreads throughout the building as the cycle continues.

Where are condenser coils used?

The condenser coil is a heat exchanger that works to exchange heat between two sources. There are three main uses of the condenser coil.

  • Reheating
  • Heat rejection
  • Comfort heating

The common areas where the condenser coil is used include:

  • Industrial chillers
  • Car radiators
  • Air conditioners
  • Space heaters
  • Fire suppression systems

The primary use of the condenser coil is to allow the refrigerant at high pressure and temperature to condense and release heat into the atmosphere. Basically, condenser coils offer a large surface area for heat transfer.

What are the different types of condenser coils?

There are three main types of condenser coils.

Water-cooled condensers

The water-cooled condensers carry the refrigerant in a hot vaporized state, flowing over another opposite-flowing tube carrying cool water. Due to the complex nature of water-cooled condensers, they are designed specifically to prevent corrosion and regulate the flow of water. Heat transfer is higher in these condensers because water has a better heat exchange coefficient compared to air.

Air-cooled condensers

The air-cooled condensers are made of pipes and attached fins. Others may contain wires or plates to provide a large surface area for the cooling of air. Circulation of air in the air-cooled condensers is achieved by the static method or forced convection process.

Evaporative condensers

Evaporative condensers combine both the flow of air and water. The refrigerant is condensed using the air and sprayed water on the coil. Extra care needs to be taken when dealing with evaporative condensers to ensure that the water used is clean.

Evaporator coil vs condenser coils

Both the condenser coil and evaporator coil are essential for the proper functioning of a heat exchanger or industrial chiller. However, key differences between the condenser coil and the evaporator coil exist.

Flow of heat

The evaporator coil draws heat from the air inside the building, while the condenser coil releases the heat into the air outside the building.

State of the refrigerant

When the refrigerant is within the evaporator coil, it is transformed into gas because of the high temperature and high pressure. On the other hand, when the refrigerant is in the condenser coil, it is converted back to a liquid because of the low temperature.

Both the condenser coil and evaporator coil are essential for the proper functioning of a heat exchanger or industrial chiller. However, key differences between the condenser coil and the evaporator coil exist.

Flow of heat

The evaporator coil draws heat from the air inside the building, while the condenser coil releases the heat into the air outside the building.

State of the refrigerant

When the refrigerant is within the evaporator coil, it is transformed into gas because of the high temperature and high pressure. On the other hand, when the refrigerant is in the condenser coil, it is converted back to a liquid because of the low temperature.