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How dose bus ac condenser and evaporator work?
The thermostat located in the car call cooling.
Based on signals from the thermostat, the electromagnetic clutch on the compressor is joined by interconnecting the electrical system.
Once joined, the compressor then circulates the refrigerant through the system through a flexible hose connected to each other.
A refrigerant that acts as a gas and holds the heat from the passenger chamber is pumped into the condenser coil by pressure at high pressure.
The fan pulls out the cold air through the condenser coil, and the condenser coil contains refrigerant as a hot gas.
The refrigerant is changed from a gas to a liquid state by means of condensation.
During condensation, the heat gas is transferred through the evaporator from the passenger compartment to the outside, and the heat load of the air is excluded into the refrigerant.
Refrigerants are now present as cold liquids which remove moisture and impurities through the filter dryer and then have mirrors to visually inspect the refrigerant.
The cooled liquid is then pumped to the evaporator, where the expansion valve measures refrigerant to the evaporator coil.
The fan draws air from the passenger compartment through the filter, thereby removing particulate matter, and then purifying the air through the evaporator coil.
Refrigerants change the pressure from high to low and the corresponding state changes from liquid to gas by means of evaporation.
During evaporation, the heat in the air contained in the passenger compartment is absorbed by the gaseous refrigerant.
The warm air is condensed through the evaporator coil and condenses and is collected and discharged to the outside of the vehicle,
The hot gas is then pumped back to the compressor and pumped to the condenser.
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