A condenser (condenser), a machine part of a refrigeration system that belongs to a heat exchanger, converts gas or vapour into a liquid and transmits heat from the pipe in a quick way to the air near the pipe.
The condenser working process is an exothermic process, so the condenser temperature is high. The power plant uses many condensers to condense the vapour discharged by the turbine. Condenser is used in the refrigeration plant to condense refrigeration vapour such as ammonia and freon. The petrochemical industry condenses hydrocarbons and other chemical vapours with condensers. In the distillation process, a device that converts vapour into a liquid is also known as a condenser. All condensers operate by taking away the heat of gas or steam.