The condenser in the DC INVERTER CONDENSING UNIT is one of the four major components of refrigeration, and its performance will gradually decline over a long period of time, which will make the condensing pressure of the DC INVERTER CONDENSING UNIT higher than that in normal operation. Therefore, in order not to degrade the properties of the condenser, it is necessary to perform regular maintenance on the condenser.
The condensers used in the small DC INVERTER CONDENSING UNIT are divided into two types: air-cooled condensers and water-cooled condensers.
The air-cooled condenser is mainly used for air-cooled DC INVERTER CONDENSING UNIT, which uses air as the cooling medium. Since there is often dust or other debris in the air, some of these dust or debris will fall on the outer surface of the condenser fins. Over time, the cooling effect of the condenser will deteriorate, especially in places with harsh environments. Therefore, we should clean it regularly.
The cleaning method for the condenser of the air-cooled DC INVERTER CONDENSING UNIT is: pure dust can be cleaned with compressed air, etc., or can be vacuumed with a vacuum cleaner. If there is a lot of dirt on the finned condenser, gasoline or non-corrosive cleaning agent can be used to clean the heat pipe and fins to improve the heat dissipation effect.
Water-cooled condensers are mainly used for water-cooled DC INVERTER CONDENSING UNIT. For this type of condenser, the problem is to remove scale. Its cleaning cycle is generally based on water quality. If it is mountain water and deep well water with poor water quality, it should be cleaned at least once a year. If it is of good water quality, such as pure water, it can be cleaned once every 2 to 3 years. There may also be some chillers that use tube-type water-cooled condensers, which can be pickled.