The principle of air conditioning always comes down to the same: absorb energy in one place and release it in another place
The process requires an indoor unit, an outdoor unit and copper piping to connect both. Through the piping the refrigerant flows from one unit to another. It is the refrigerant that absorbs the energy in one unit and releases it in the other.
1) Indoor unit
2) Copper piping
3) Outdoor unit
5) Indoor unit
Heat flows naturally from a higher to a lower temperature. Heat pumps, however, are able to force the heat flow in the other direction, using relatively little power. Thus heat pumps can transfer heat from the air into a building. They can also be used for cooling, transferring heat in the opposite direction away from a building to surroundings at a higher temperature.
Air conditioning units simply remove heat from the air via copper piping filled with refrigerant – very similar to a refrigerator.
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