How Box Air Conditioning Works
Box air conditioners work by circulating refrigerant between an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The indoor unit contains an evaporator coil, a fan, and an air filter. The outdoor unit contains a compressor, a condenser coil, and an expansion valve. Here is how the process works:
- The refrigerant, which is a cooling agent, is pumped from the outdoor unit to the indoor unit, where it flows over the evaporator coil.
- The indoor fan blows air over the refrigerant-covered evaporator coil, absorbing heat from the air and cooling it down.
- The cooled air is then circulated back into the room through the indoor unit.
- The refrigerant, now warm from absorbing heat from the indoor air, is pumped back to the outdoor unit.
- In the outdoor unit, the refrigerant passes over the condenser coil, where a fan blows air over it, releasing the heat absorbed from the indoor air.
- The refrigerant then returns to its original state and the process repeats.
- The temperature inside the room is controlled by adjusting the amount of refrigerant that is pumped between the indoor and outdoor units.
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