What is a Cooling /Air Conditioning Unit
Air Conditioning units function in much the same way that other cooling appliances work. The fundamental principles are the same, just adjusted by scale to the space that will be kept cool. All Air Conditioning units have an evaporator (a cool indoor coil) and a condenser (a warm outdoor coil). The Evaporator is typically made of copper and look like a coiled tube surrounded by fins. The coil of the Evaporator is filled with a fluid that wicks heat from the inside air, thus reducing the temperature of the air, which is then circulated through the ductwork of your home resulting in cooling the living spaces.
The fluid that has absorbed heat is then sent to the condenser. The condenser looks very similar to the evaporator, but is located on the exterior of the home. The principle of the condenser is the reverse of the evaporator. Air flows through the coil of the condenser and the heat is released outside. As the heat is released the fluid temperature is lowered and the system sends the cooled fluid back to the evaporator. This process is continuously repeated resulting in the indoor temperature being kept cool.
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