Air conditioning enhances comfort in a room, no matter how hot or humid the weather is. This invention was originally intended to improve the quality of printing on paper in the 20th century. Currently, common devices are used daily in homes, schools, offices, factories and public buildings. It is now also a great option to get the best ducted air conditioner by clicking at:
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Do you use air conditioning in your home? Have you ever wondered how it works? It is necessary to know some important things about air conditioners in order to better understand the care and maintenance of the equipment or unit you are using.
How it works:- First, let's discuss the basic mechanisms that allow the air conditioner to move around humid and hold the hot air outside, resulting in a cooler and more breathable environment.
Air conditioners perform many functions, including cooling, ventilating, removing harmful microorganisms in the air, and stabilizing humidity levels. All of this is achieved by means of a special chemical known as a coolant which flows into the windings inside the engine.
Each air conditioning system contains two closed coil systems – the evaporator coil and the condenser coil. The refrigerant is initially contained in the evaporator coil, where it absorbs heat from the indoor air.
During this process, a phase change occurs and the refrigerant is converted into gas. This gas is pumped into the condenser coil, where it gives off heat. This converts the refrigerant gas to liquid. Heat is radiated outward.
The part of the air conditioning system known as the compressor is the key to moving refrigerant from one coil to another. The compressor is driven by a motor that requires electric power to operate.