A central air conditioner and refrigerators work the same way but Instead of cooling a small insulated space inside of a refrigerator, a central air conditioner cools a room, a whole house, or an entire business. A central air conditioner has components such as a condenser which is located outdoors and an air handler which is placed usually in the basement and controlled by a thermostat. Central air conditioners use a refrigerant that easily converts from a gas to a liquid and back again. This refrigerant is used to transfer heat from the air inside of a home to the outside air. The fluid in the Condenser coil is a hot, pressured gas, the fans in the condenser cool the fluid which then goes to the air furnace/handler. The condenser has a series of coils that cool the fluid. This refrigerant moves back and forth from the condenser coil where heat is dissipated to the air handler as a cool, low pressurized gas.
Air handler supplies cool air to the room; air gets warmer as it circulates through the home. The warm air travels back to the air handler via the return duct. The air handler jettisons the warm air outside via the condenser. The cycle continues until the thermostat senses that the temperature has reached the optimal setting and turns off the air conditioner. As the temperature in the room starts to rise, the thermostat turns the air conditioner back on again until the room reaches the temperature.
It is important to keep the condenser clean for proper dissipation of heat. A clean condenser is important for the efficient working of the central conditioning unit. The most important factor in efficient working is air flow. The air filter which is in the air handler should be checked monthly and replaced as need. The thickness of the air filter ranges from 1 inch to 5 inches. Some offices will have an electronic air filter that is powered by the air handler when the air blower inside it, turns on. The blower fan motor can run at multiple speeds to improve efficiency. It runs at lower speeds when the air handler is heating and higher speeds when for air conditioning. If the blower fan becomes noisy during use, then the screw on the blower wheel may be loosened, causing the wheel to wobble on the motor shaft. The problem can be fixed by tightening or replacing the screw.
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