1. Heat exchangers transfer heat from one place to another. 2. In a refrigerator, the heat exchanger separates hot and cold air, while the condenser cools it. 3. A heat exchanger transfers heat energy from one fluid to another by utilising the temperature difference between two different fluids. 4. An evaporator uses a heat exchanger to separate hot and cold liquids. A condenser is a device used to cool liquid from one or more heat exchangers. 5. Heat exchangers do not use refrigerants, so they are environmentally friendly.
1. Heat is transferred from a cool to a hot area by the condenser. 2. Condensers are usually found in HVAC applications such as air conditioning and refrigeration systems. 3. A condenser is an apparatus that evaporates and condenses fluids in order to cool them. 4. Condensers change the phase of fluids from liquid to gas. 5. Generally, condensers are more efficient than heat exchangers since they transfer all the heat in one direction (instead of two). 6. Condensers are typically smaller and more compact than conventional systems.