Refrigerator Neverclean Condenser
On refrigerators, air is "forced" across the condenser coils by a condenser fan to aid in removal of the heat being pulled from the refrigerator during the cooling process. This movement of air collects dust and household debris. Dirty condenser coils reduce the refrigerator's ability to maintain optimal temperatures or operate at maximum energy efficiency.
Newer automatic defrost refrigerators have a NeverClean Condenser that does not require cleaning or maintenance.
- The condenser coils are located in the compressor housing instead of on the back, keeping them clean and functioning optimally. This design allows for more efficient airflow.
- The coils will not require cleaning under normal condition since they are encased.
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