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Condenser may refer to: a device that is used to condense a fluid from its gaseous state to liquid.
- Condenser (heat transfer), a device or unit used to condense vapor into liquid. More specific articles on some types include:
- Air coil, used in HVAC refrigeration systems; see heat exchanger
- Condenser (laboratory), a range of laboratory glassware used to remove heat from fluids
- Condensing steam locomotive
- Surface condenser, a heat exchange installed in steam-electric power stations to condense turbine exhaust steam into water
- Isolation condenser, an emergency passive system for cooling in some reactors (BWR/2, BWR/3 and SBWR series) in nuclear energy production
- Condenser (optics), in classical optics gathers visible light and directs it onto a projection lens
- Condenser (microscope), a group of lenses mounted below the stage of an optical microscope to concentrate light
- Capacitor, formerly called a condenser, an electrical device that can store energy
- Condenser microphone, a device that converts sound waves into an electrical signal
- Synchronous condenser, a rotating machine similar to a motor, used to control AC power flow in electric power transmission
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