Long-life product through high-resistance corrosion protection layer applied on the exchanger surface
Designed, manufactured and tested in full accordance to requirements for OE products
Perfect finish in every detail such as connections, threads, bolts, mountings and is an exact fit for the vehicle mounting points
Optimized aluminum brazing processes significantly reduce surface impurities caused by residues of brazing pre-treatment agents
Inlet and outlet connections covered by tight closures protecting against impurities and moist absorption during production and storage
An Introduction to Nissens A/C Condensers (Video)
Benefits of Additional Corrosion Protection
Aluminum doesn't rust but can corrode, especially when exposed to road salt and other elements on the front of a vehicle. Corrosion is an insulator, reducing a condenser's heat exchange capacity and putting extra wear on the A/C Compressor and other components. Corrosion may cause a puncture, venting environmentally harmful refrigerant into the air and requiring an expensive repair and recharge. A condenser with Additional Corrosion Protection extends the lifespan of the whole A/C system!
Old Refrigerant must be removed from the system in accordance with local, state, and federal laws.
Replace the A/C System O-Rings / Seals connected to the A/C Condenser to prevent a Refrigerant leak.
If the new A/C Condenser does not have an integrated drier, replace the A/C Receiver Drier / Accumulator as well. After opening your A/C System, this part becomes saturated with moisture and needs to be replaced.
After installing the new A/C Condenser, evacuate the system for at least 45 minutes to remove any moisture. Make sure it holds vacuum for at least 5 minutes. If it does not, you may have a leak in the system. Find the leaking component and repair or replace it.
Recharge the system with the correct amount and type of Refrigerant as specified in your Owner's Manual.