An air conditioning unit is a big help to people who wants to get comfort from extreme heat. The cool air moves throughout the whole area to provide comfort.
Air conditioning units are in high demand nowadays. Many people rely on air conditioning units during summer.
But how do air conditioning units work?
The system includes an evaporator, compressor, and condenser. The first step is that the evaporator coil absorbs the heat. The warm air that penetrates within your house is drawn through a vent and blows to the evaporator coil. The evaporator coil will absorb the heat, cool the air by the blowing fan, and distributes to your entire room. The compressor will decrease the gas’ volume. Usually, it is by squeezing the gas tightly between two solid objects. It raises the pressure and temperature of the refrigerant, preparing it for the condensing process. Now a superheated vapor, the refrigerant reaches the condenser and is exposed to the skin air. Skin air absorbs warmth from the refrigerant, lowers the refrigerant’s temperature, and changes the state from a gas back to a liquid. Once the heat from the refrigerant is removed, the cold refrigerant travels back indoors to the evaporator and repeats the method. The method continues until your home’s temperature reaches your required level. At now, your thermostat tells your AC to shut off.