Evaporator coils are filled with refrigerant, which is in the liquid form and has a high pressure. Now, when you switch on your AC, this refrigerant starts to absorb heat from the room and evaporates to become a gas. But in the process of evaporation, the fans blow the cool air generated, around the room.
But, what happens to refrigerant? The chemical makes its way to the compressor, i.e., outside the concerned room, in the form of low-temperature and low-pressure gas.
Compressor or as rightly called the ‘heart’ of the AC, compresses the refrigerant, and increases its temperature and pressure, making it a hot and high-pressure gas. This gas then moves to the condenser (which means it is still in the outdoor unit) where it condenses into cool liquid. The heat absorbed by the condenser is removed by the fans, located in the outdoor unit, into the outer environment. The refrigerant in the liquid form travels through an expansion valve and reaches back to its original position, i.e., evaporator. This flow of refrigerant or coolant continues during the entire lifecycle of split system air conditioning.
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