How Your Home Air Conditioning System Works
There’s no doubt that air conditioning systems have become an essential part of our living conditions, particularly during the hot summer days. They help us keep our homes cool and comfortable all year round. But, have you ever wondered how these units work? In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at how home air conditioning systems operate, giving you a thorough understanding of the various components and processes involved.
The air conditioning process begins when warm air from your home is drawn into the unit through a vent. The warm air is pushed over a set of refrigerant-filled coils and cooled by this cold refrigerant.
The warm air then exits the unit and is circulated back into your home through a separate vent. This process repeats, with air moving through the unit, being cooled, and then redistributed throughout your home.
The most common air conditioning system found in homes is the split system. This typically consists of two parts: an outdoor unit that houses the compressor and the condenser, and an indoor unit that houses the evaporator.
These two components work together to remove heat from your home and exchange it for cool air. A refrigerant, often Freon, is used to facilitate the transfer of heat and cooling
The compressor is the primary engine of the air conditioning system, changing the pressure of refrigerant gas to facilitate the heat exchange. Once the refrigerant reaches a high pressure and temperature, it leaves the compressor and travels to the condenser coil, where it releases heat to the outside air.
The cooled refrigerant then flows to the evaporator coil, which absorbs heat from inside your home, cools it, and sends it back through the system.
Your air conditioning system may also have additional components, such as a thermostat, which controls the temperature settings of your system, and air filters that help remove contaminants from the air.
The filter helps prevent dust, dirt, and other pollutants from circulating within the air conditioning system and spreading throughout your home.
Now that you have a basic understanding of how your air conditioning system works, you’re better equipped to troubleshoot problems and schedule maintenance. This understanding of the system also helps you make informed decisions when going for air conditioning service or upgrading your current unit. With proper care and maintenance, your air conditioning system can keep you comfortable and cool for many years to come.
If you’re looking for reliable split system installation or evaporative cooling service in your area, look no further than Extrordinair! Contact us today to see how we can help you get the most out of your cooling system.
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