Your HVAC system is responsible for heating and cooling your home or office. In order to get the best usage out of this system, you have to have at least a basic understanding of how it works. Keep reading to learn more about your HVAC system and the way it functions:
It Circulates Air
The HVAC system is able to keep your home cool by pulling the warm air into the unit and spitting it back out at a much cooler temperature. The blower moves the air throughout the entire house until it actually cools the interior temperature. The HVAC unit uses an evaporator, a condenser, and a compressor to change the temperature of the air and to send it back out into the home.
It Relies on the Evaporator, the Condenser, and the Compressor
The evaporator is a cold indoor coil. It is the part of the system that actually cools down the air. The condenser is a hot coil that sends the hot air back outside. The condenser is a pump that circulates the heat transfer fluid from the evaporator to the condenser and back. All three of these parts must function properly to keep the HVAC system functioning at its best.
It Cleans the Air
One of the most important elements of the HVAC system is the filter. The filter is in place to catch any dirt, dust, pollen, or other debris that might circulate through the unit. Not only does this help the unit function at its best, but it also keeps the air inside your home cleaner. You can even find heavy-duty filters that get rid of allergens.
Keep your HVAC system running strong with the help of B&J Refrigeration. Our talented team understands how HVAC systems work so they can help you get the most out of your system. If you need air conditioning service or want to learn about installing a new system, we can help. Call (520) 308-6722 to learn more about our services.