date
Language
 
15.03.2010

Product Portrait

Condensers for air-conditioning units in trucks and buses

The DT Spare Parts brand offers a complete range with more than 30 000 different spare parts for trucks, trailers and buses, including all standard condensers for air-conditioning units.

The DT brand products, made of high quality materials, meet your highest quality requirements and guarantee a long period of use.

DT Spare Parts offers a complete range for air-conditioning condensers. All other components used in the air-conditioning cycle and the corresponding hose lines are also available upon request.

Air-conditioning units are a safety factor because the driver’s responsiveness and concentration levels drop considerably in overheated vehicle cabs. On the other hand, an optimally set air-conditioning unit ensures maximum driving safety with a pleasant working climate; even in high temperatures.

DT brand condensers as an important part of an air-conditioning unit


The task of an air-conditioning unit is to extract the heat from the ambient air and therefore regulate the temperature of the air. Furthermore, it draws moisture out of the air and therefore prevents windows steaming up.

DT-Technic Info

The compressor vacuums the gaseous coolant from the evaporator and condenses it. From here, the coolant flows to the condenser which is situated in front of the vehicle cooler. In the condenser, the gas is cooled by the external air and is thereby liquefied. The heat extracted from the coolant is emitted into the ambient air at this point.

The dryer then collects the liquefied coolant and frees it of moisture and dirt. The coolant is expanded using the expansion valve and injected into the evaporator where it then condenses. Due to the low pressure and absorption of ambient heat, the coolant is heated and therefore becomes gaseous. The cooled air then enters the interior of the vehicle and reduces the air temperature.

DT condensers for air-conditioning units are distinguished by the following properties:

· Hight quality
· Excellent processing
· Optimum functionality
· Excellent heat conductivity
· Durability

Functional description of the individual components of the air-conditioning circulation

  1. Compressor
    Transports the coolant through the air-conditioning
    system. It vacuums the coolant in a gaseous state in order to
    transfer it condensed under high pressure to the
    condenser.
  2. Condenser
    It has the task of cooling the heated, pressurised coolant. The heat is emitted in the ambient air through cooling fins. The pressure of the coolant reduces due to cooling and the state of the aggregate changes from gaseous to liquid.
  3. Dryer
    The dryer has the job of cleaning the coolant and extracting the moisture from it. The filter dryer only has a certain capacity for the collection of fluid. The dryer should therefore be exchanged during each repair or maintenance.
  4. Expansion valve
    The expansion valve takes the fluid coolant from the high-pressure to the low-pressure area. It controls the injected amount of coolant using the thermal load.
  5. Evaporator
    The pressurised coolant expands in the evaporator. It then changes from the fluid to the gaseous state. The created
    evaporation cold is emitted into the ambience and conducted
    into the interior of the vehicle using the large evaporator
    surface.


We recommend regular maintenance of air-conditioning units.

 

أقسام الإنتاج في ديزل تكنيك

قطع شاحنة

قطع مقطورة

قطع حافلة

قطع ناقل

الجديد لدى ديزل تكنيك

13.42104 | Radiator
6.24000 | Oil pump
4.69970 | Window lifter motor, left
7.74026 | Condenser, air conditioning
4.62701 | Belt tensioner
4.61476 | Expansion tank
5.42153 | Fuel pump, for servo pump
2.35291 | Hub casing, rear axle
12.77027 | Compressor, air conditioning, oil filled
6.43006 | Clutch servo
 
 

كتالوجات جديدة

image
image
image
image
image

Product Portraits

image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image