Air conditioning – what does it do and why do we need it?
Air conditioning has a variety of functions in order for you to be comfortable in your domestic or commercial environment.
- Cools the indoor air
- Monitors and regulates air temperature via a thermostat
- Filter parts of air conditioners to remove particulates from the air
- Functions as a dehumidifier
Air conditioning is ideal for working in extremely hot temperatures to provide you with comfort.
If you are working on a construction site, mobile air conditioning can be brought to wherever you are. You can get more work done in a day because the heat is not melting your energy away. Air conditioning helps conserve your energy. Your productivity increases because your workers will not require multiple breaks due to overheating.
There are two sides to an air conditioning unit, the heated air side and the cold air return side. The cold side has the evaporator that blows air over chilled coils, transferring into the zone you want it in. The compressor and condenser are contained in the hot side. There is an additional fan on the hot side that vents hot air coming off the compressed refrigerant, expelling it outdoors. The expansion valve lays between the two sets of coils regulating the amount of compressed liquid refrigerant making its way into the evaporator.
There are many types of air conditioning units but all have four main parts.
- Expansion Valve
Additional timers, sensors and valves are other components of an air conditioning system. What other parts keep your air-conditioning systems working properly? From fans and blowers, hoses and blades, clutches and motors to thermostats and the refrigerant, every part plays a vital role in keeping you cool. You need to keep your units operating at full capacity by maintaining all of its components.
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