How Air Conditioning Works
The principle of air conditioning works by heat exchange of air in one place and release in another place.
The process requires an indoor unit, copper piping and an outdoor unit. Through the piping the refrigerant flows from one unit to another. It is the refrigerant that delivers the clean air into the indoor unit and releases the warm air out of the outdoor unit.
1. The Indoor Unit
A fan blows the hot indoor air over a heat exchanging coil through which cold refrigerant flows. The cold refrigerant absorbs the heat from the air and cooled air is blown into the room.
2. Copper piping
The refrigerant circulates through the units and the piping and takes the heat from the indoor unit to the outdoor unit.
3. Outdoor unit
Through compression the refrigerant gas is heated and its boiling point increases. In the outdoor unit the obtained heat through compression is released to the outside by means of a fan which blows the outdoor air over a heat exchanging coil.
The liquid refrigerant flows back to the indoor unit.
5. Indoor unit
Back in the indoor unit, the refrigerant is decompressed and thus enabled to extract heat form the indoor air.
Air conditioning offers precise temperature control, which creates the climate in which you feel best, with the right temperature. Not only does it create comfort, it makes you feel fresh and active even in the most extreme outside conditions.
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