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A/C (AIR CONDITIONER) *Principles Of Working M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya
*what is the most important part of A/C? M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya How does an A/C work?
Thermostat M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya The thermostat's job is relatively simple, but extremely important. It regulates the engine's operating temperature
Condensing Unit: M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya Its consists of 3 main parts: i.Condenser coils ii.Compressor iii.Fan
i. Condenser Coils It basically changes the Refrigerant passing through the pipes from a gaseous state to a liquid state. M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya
ii. Compressor *Heart of the A/C It basically pumps the Refrigerant through the pipes. M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya
iii. Fan It blows the hot air out of the building. M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya
Refrigerant Lines This is the gas that stores and then transports the heat energy. M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya
Evaporator Coils Its purpose is to transfer heat from the air in your home to the ‘Réfrigérant’. M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya
How does it work? M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya
How do they work all together?! M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya
This is video to demonstrate how A/C works : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKZ2DPvvua8 M.Nezhat Kaddour, Omar Jabaseh & Olaolu Adekoya
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