If you are considering investing in a condenser, it is important to understand the different types and each has their own advantages and disadvantages. A condenser is a device that will heat the air that is outside the home during the winter. The warmer the air the longer it will stay outside and if you have an air conditioning system in your home, the cooler air will be removed from the home so that the home stays comfortable and at a cooler temperature. This will save you money on your utility bills.
The Condenser uses two heat exchangers. One is used to cool the air inside and the other to warm the air outside of the condenser. As you can imagine these two parts of the air conditioner have to work together to generate the exact amount of heat needed. There are two types of condensers: the direct vent condenser and the counter-flow condenser. The first will let the cold air to escape while the second will be forced against the force of the unit to help keep the cool air inside the home.
The counter-flow condenser is also known as a forced vent or a forced air conditioner. It has a place for the cool air to be drawn in, but the unit is not sealed off completely. This type of condenser has the most expensive price tags. When choosing your unit, check how much it costs to run per month. The higher the cost the more efficient your unit will be. Another good idea is to choose a unit that has a very small radius and that the entire unit can be heated or cooled with either gas or electricity.