What carries the heat from the evaporator to the condenser?
When the air conditioner uses the heat pump to circulate heat, the gas freon is pressurized by the compressor and becomes a high-temperature and high-pressure gas. The four-way valve switches to the heat exchanger of the indoor unit (in this case, the condenser), condenses and liquefies to release heat, and becomes a liquid. At the same time, the indoor air will be heated to achieve the ultimate goal of increasing the indoor temperature. The liquid Freon is decompressed by the throttling device and enters the heat exchanger of the outdoor unit (in this case, the evaporator). The evaporation vaporizes and absorbs heat to become a gas. At the same time, it absorbs the heat of the outdoor air, and the freon becomes a gas and enters the compressor again. The next cycle. In this way, the evaporator and the condenser are interchanged.