Condenser

Definition - What does Condenser mean?

In greenhouses, condensers are used to regulate the temperature while providing an adequate climate for plants to thrive and develop. According to gardeners, certain plants can also be grown around condensers, provided that at least five feet of clearance space is maintained between the plants and the unit. As a result, the condenser will benefit from the plant’s shade while creating a more aesthetically-pleasing layout.

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When growing plants around a condenser, it is also important to opt for plants that grow up instead of spreading out. It is also recommended to steer clear of plants that can create debris, such as seedpods and fruit trees. Gardeners should also rake and clear the space around the condenser to ensure its proper maintenance.

Condensers can also be used to cool the heating system by diverting flue gases from the boiler. Gas condensers are commonly used in greenhouses because these can easily service several boilers. Other types of condensers include:

  • Air-cooled: In these condensers, heat is ejected outside. These are the easiest condensers to install.
  • Water-cooled: These can be more expensive than air-cooled units and are often used for water flow.
  • Evaporative: These can be used inside or outside. Evaporative condensers are not popular and can be tricky to set up.
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