We offer quality air conditioning condensers and evaporators from AC Delco, Motorcraft and MEI Airsource.
The air conditioning condenser is located on the high side of the air conditioning system. The air conditioning condenser is mounted directly in front of the radiator where it can receive air flow created by the trucks forward motion and by the engine fan. As refrigerant vapor travels from the air conditioning compressor through the air conditioning condenser, a point in reached where condensation occurs in the air conditioning condenser. The high pressure liquid refrigerant then travels from the air conditioning condenser and toward the air conditioning evaporator. There are various styles and types of air conditioning condensers used on today's vehicles.
The air conditioning evaporator is located on the low pressure side of the air conditioning system. It is usually mounted inside the cab under the dash panel. The air conditioning evaporator receives the refrigerant from an expansion valve or orifice tube as low pressure liquid. As the air conditioning refrigerant passes through the coils of the air conditioning evaporator, a change occurs and the refrigerant becomes a low pressure vapor. Housed with the evaporator is the blower motor, which draws the warm air from the cab over the air conditioning evaporator and then blows or circulates the cooled air inside the cab. Next time you need an air conditioning condenser or evaporator allow us to help you find the correct air conditioning condensers and evaporators from AC Delco, Motorcraft or MEI Airsource.