Knowing how the cooling system works is pretty important in understanding the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C compressor’s working.
Two important systems are involved; the air circulation system responsible for the continued purification of air, which is later channeled to the evaporator coils for cooling and later carefully released into the room as cold air.
The other mechanism is by use of chop a/cs that are outside the house. The inherent pressure difference between the refrigerant and the evaporator keeps it cool. The entire Heating, Ventilation, and A/C has a compressor that is located in the condenser equipment that quickly initiates a chain reaction, cooling the refrigerant. Heat is eliminated rapidly from the atmospheric room temperature air as it passes through the delicate evaporator unit. This heat is later passed via the refrigerant to the compressor again. Here it’s condensed to a fluid and released under pressure. The final refrigerant is going to be hotter than the initial 1 at this particular point; it’s cooled by the condenser coils rapidly so that by the time it reaches the end loop, it’s cold enough to be fed into the necessary evaporator coils. This becomes a continuous cyclic process, a never-ending cycle, at least, as long as the a/c is turned on. It is to be noted that with the emergence of current technology, many companies have come up with modifications to the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system these days such that the compressor inverts the process. The final product is tepid air, leading to fantastic efficiency and effectiveness.