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Old 08-05-2007, 07:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I've read somewhere here that someone installed a dual condenser on his AC system. Are there really advantages on that set up? I noticed that whenever I spray water on my condenser the AC get a lot cooler so I wonder if dual condenser can do the trick. I have an extra condenser and contemplating on installing so I just want to be sure if this is a good idea or not. Thanks.

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Old 08-05-2007, 02:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Hey Roblie,

It will all depends on the recommendation of your AC technician. My original condenser was smal, the size of an 13 inch monitor of a laptop.According to my technician it was having high pressure along the lines where the refrigerant pass which was the reason why it was constantly leaking. I installed a new 505 sanden compressor and he advised me to put a secondary condenser with fan. The size was around 15 inch or bigger.

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Thanks sir. Ikaw pala yun. I think your case would not apply to me since you got two condenser but one acting as secondary lang being small. Parehas bang may fan condenser mo?

When I brought my Every for AC installation, we found out that the condenser was missing. Aware of the history of the vehicle that it hadnt a functioning AC from my cousin who is the previous owner I assumed that the condenser was gone so I bought a surplus stock condenser. Then my cousin informed that he has the missing condenser wider than what is currently installed. I will ask my AC technician na lang kung pwede dalawang malaking condenser.
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Old 08-06-2007, 04:37 PM   #4 (permalink)
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i used to have airconditioning problems too.
My technicians replaced the stock compressor with an oversized one and fit in 2 aux fans. Totally killed the dashboard ducting, stock blower and evaporator and installed a hanging type.
A week later, I noticed that the temp got higher and installed a back-up aux fan. It rid the problems on cooling. Mine's a pickup btw.
I wish I had this setup the first time so I wouldn't have spent reviving the stock A/C setup. I guess... the Japs don't really need good airconditioning since it's a lot cooler there unlike here in the Manila.
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Both of my condenser have an aux fan. If you're using sanden they usually recommend the 505 compressor because if you put a bigger one, the engine might not be able to handle the load.
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