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Learn the Functions of an Air Conditioning Unit’s Coils and Valves

If you want an upgrade to your already existing air conditioner, be sure to know the components that are key in the system. These components include the A/C valves and coils. Carefully investigate the parts making the air conditioning system because every one of them gives a unique contribution to the entire system. Learn the roles the coils and A/C valve play in your home cooling to make a wise selection.

The Working of the A/C Condenser
When the air conditioner starts cooling your house, the unit condenser that is located outside uses a type of compressor that changes the liquid to a cold state by the Freon gas. The liquid will move to the coils of the A/C to evaporation in the house and pushes the cooler air to the home. The compressor will draw warmer air into the unit on the way back out and the liquid will change its state through evaporation from liquid to a gaseous state. The condenser oil releases some warm energy and the fan will blow air out of the unit.

Functions of the A/C Coil
Air conditioners have different roles to play. The A/C coil is responsible for taking heat from the interior of the house while the condenser releases the warm heat to the outside. Intensive technologies have developed from manufacturers to ensure higher performance and efficiency in the coils. As the liquid responsible for refrigeration moves through that coil, the innovations below have increased the refrigerant’s releasing capacity.
• A/C coil grooves allow more refrigeration to move through the set of coils.
• There is larger coil surface. When the coil has to remain intact in the air conditioner, manufacturers have developed ways to increase the interior area in the coil.


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