The outside unit, called the condenser, contains a compressor, cooling fins and tubes and a fan. The fan sucks air through the fins and cools a special coolant, which the compressor then pumps into the area to the evaporator.

Many of our customers attain sustained condenser performance during peak demand by cleaning their condensers at reduced load. Often performed over a weekend when energy consumption drops, these “Pit Stop” style condenser cleanings often result in immediate return-on-investment and optimal megawatt output during peak revenue generating periods.