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The expectation of individuals are met through a three step process. Controlling the temperature of air along with controlling of moisture, filtration of air among others is the main objective of HVAC. HVAC is the complete system of heating, ventilation and air conditioning. A compressor, fan, evaporator coil and condenser is contained in an air conditioner for it to work. Absorption of heat from the air is transferred to the refrigerant which is then pumped to the outdoor segment. The HVAC system contains vents, thermostat, furnace, heat exchanger, evaporator coil, refrigerant coils, ductwork and condensing unit as the main components.
When the thermostat is set to lower temperatures then the evaporator coil is used to cool air. Cooling of air is done by an evaporator coil which is the opposite to the heat exchanger. There is a similarity in working between an automobile radiator and an evaporator coil as they produce cool air and it is located to the mental enclosure on the furnace’s exterior, to the top or side. Not only does cool air circulate in ductworks from the evaporator coil but also it transports warmed or cooled air within the home.
Lightweight aluminum is the common material used in making ducts but also use of fiber glass, fabric, steel and flexible plastic is applied. In a HVAC system the most visible feature is the thermostat which is set on a prominent easily accessible wall. The thermostat is programmed in advance or set manually to keep the home at a desired temperature.
The thermostat is able to trigger the heat exchanger or the evaporator coil to circulate either warm air or cool air. A substantial amount of space is required by the furnace since it’s the largest component of the HVAC system. Heating a supply of air is the main purpose of the furnace which is then distributed to the various rooms of the home. Combustion, solar energy, electric resistance and heat pump are the main sources of heat that is used in the heating process.
Burning of natural gas, propane, oil or coal is the what is involved in the process of combustion. Warmer temperatures are produced by the heat exchanger by switching on the furnace when its activated by the thermostat. Drawing in of cool air then heating the air and finally circulation of the resulted heated air through the ductworks and vents is done by the heat exchanger.
A component of the HVAC system that is connected to the evaporator coil and is installed to outside the home is the condensing unit. The condensing unit is filled with a refrigerant gas in which it is cooled to a liquid by the heat exchanger then pumped to the evaporator coil to be evaporated to the gas once more.