What is Air Conditioning Air conditioning is the process whereby the condition of air, as defined by its temperature and moisture content is changed.
Working Principle of AC The Technology behind making your home cooler actually due to the transfer of heat. When that heat is lost, or removed, the remaining cold air cools the room.
Central AC The central air conditioning system has two type of components: namely Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit. They work together to keep your place with comfortable cool stay throughout the year.
What is Evaporator The Indoor unit consists of a coil box that contains what is called an evaporator
Functioning of Evaporator The evaporator allows for the refrigerant. Freon is a cooling fluid inside the coil piping to evaporate and absorb heat. Once the heat is absorbed from inside your home, it leaves nothing but cool air to be sent back into your home.
Outdoor Unit The outdoor unit is normally placed in the rear or side of house and it is where the heat from inside your home is dispersed. It contains the compressor, condenser coil and a fan.
Compressor The heat absorbed from home’s air is transferred to the refrigerant and then pumped to the outdoor unit. As this heat is absorbed and moved by the refrigerant to the outdoor coil, it passes through the compressor.
Function of Compressor • The compressor in air conditioning system has the primary job of moving the refrigerant throughout the system. This is important as we can then keep reusing the refrigerant to cool our house.
What is condenser? The refrigerant is compressed to a higher pressure, and moved through the outdoor coil known as the condenser.
Importance of Condenser As the refrigerant passes through the condenser, a fan delivers ambient air across the condenser coil causing it to cool. As the process completes, the heat from inside your house is dispersed to the air outside your house. The refrigerant is then pumped back indoors and the whole process repeats.
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