Central Air Conditioner - Galaxy Aircon - Vadodara

A Central Air Conditioner Is Like A Giant Refrigerator For Your House. In Fact, It Employs The Same Types Of Components, Materials, And Systems As A Refrigerator, Including A Refrigerant That Changes From Liquid To Gas And Back To Liquid As It Travels Through A System Of Tubes And Coils Or Fins That Collect And Give Off Heat.

Central Air Conditioning (Or Central A/C) Is A System In Which Air Is Cooled At A Central Location And Distributed To And From Rooms By One Or More Fans And Ductwork. The Work Of The Air Conditioner Compressor Is What Makes The Whole Process Of Air Conditioning Possible. The Compression Of The Refrigerant Gas Enables It To Discharge Heat Out Of The House, Which Is How The Cool Air Is Created.

Energy Efficiency

In General, Split Systems Are More Energy Efficient Than Packaged Systems. Split Systems Are Available With Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (Seer) Numbers Of Up To 24, Whereas Packaged Systems Don’t Often Achieve Seer Numbers Above 18. Seer 18 Is Still Considered High Efficiency.

Labor Costs

Installation Costs For A Split System Are Typically Higher Than For A Packaged System. That’s Because Installing A Split System Involves Working Both Outside And Inside The House, As Well As Connecting The Two Units. Installing A Packaged System Requires Only Outdoor Work With No Need To Connect Different Pieces Of Equipment. 

Space Requirements

If The Open Areas (Attic And/Or Basement) In Your Home Are Limited To Conveniently Accommodate An A/C Indoor Unit, A Packaged System (Mini-Split) May Be A Better Option. These Systems Are Well Suited To Homes Without Attics Or Basements.

How Ac Works

When The Thermostat Signals The Air-Conditioning System To Lower Air Temperature, A Whole Sequence Of Events Begins.

First, The Air-Handling Unit Kicks On, Drawing Room Air In From Various Parts Of The House Through Return-Air Ducts. This Air Is Pulled Through One Or More Filters, Where Airborne Particles Such As Dust And Lint Are Removed—In Fact, Sophisticated Filters May Remove Microscopic Pollutants As Well. Then The Air Is Routed To Air-Supply Ductwork Through Which The Blower Pushes It Back To The Rooms.

Every Air Conditioner Has Three Main Parts: A Condenser, An Evaporator, And A Compressor. With A Typical “Split System,” The Condenser And The Compressor Are Located In An Outdoor Unit. The Evaporator Is Mounted On Or In The Air-Handling Unit, Which Is Often A Forced-Air Furnace. With A “Package System,” All Of The Components Are Combined In A Single Outdoor Unit That May Be Located On The Ground Or On The Roof.

Refrigerant Circulates Through Copper Tubing That Runs Between The Evaporator And The Condenser. This Refrigerant Receives And Releases Heat As It Raises And Lowers In Temperature, Changing From Liquid To Gas And Then Back To Liquid. The Refrigerant Is Especially Cold When It Begins To Circulate Through The Indoor Coil.

Types Of Central Air Conditioners

There Are Two Types Of Central Air Conditioners: A Split System Or A Packaged Unit.

In A Split-System Central Air Conditioner, An Outdoor Metal Cabinet Contains The Condenser And Compressor, And An Indoor Cabinet Contains The Evaporator. In Many Split-System Air Conditioners, This Indoor Cabinet Also Contains A Furnace Or An Air Handler. The Air Conditioner's Evaporator Coil Is Installed In The Cabinet Or Main Supply Duct Of This Furnace Or Heat Pump. If Your Home Already Has A Furnace But No Air Conditioner, A Split System Is The Most Economical Central Air Conditioner To Install.

In A Packaged Central Air Conditioner, The Evaporator, Condenser, And Compressor Are All Located In One Cabinet, Which Usually Is Placed On A Roof Or On A Concrete Slab Next To The House's Foundation. Air Supply And Return Ducts Come From Indoors Through The Home's Exterior Wall Or Roof To Connect With The Packaged Air Conditioner, Which Is Usually Located Outdoors. Packaged Air Conditioners Often Include Electric Heating Coils Or A Natural Gas Furnace. This Combination Of Air Conditioner And Central Heater Eliminates The Need For A Separate Furnace Indoors.

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Central Air Conditioner

Every Air Conditioner Has Three Main Parts: A Condenser, An Evaporator, And A Compressor. With A Typical “Split System,” The Condenser And The Compressor Are Located In An Outdoor Unit. The Evaporator Is Mounted On Or In The Air-Handling Unit, Which Is Often A Forced-Air Furnace. With A “Package System,” All Of The Components Are Combined In A Single Outdoor Unit That May Be Located On The Ground Or On The Roof.

Central Air Conditioner

Refrigerant Circulates Through Copper Tubing That Runs Between The Evaporator And The Condenser. This Refrigerant Receives And Releases Heat As It Raises And Lowers In Temperature, Changing From Liquid To Gas And Then Back To Liquid. The Refrigerant Is Especially Cold When It Begins To Circulate Through The Indoor Coil.

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