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Pre-installation, installation and post installation is the three step process which ensures the installation of HVAC. The objective of HVAC is to control the temperature of air along with control of moisture, filtration of air among others. The complete system of heating, ventilation and air conditioning is known as HVAC. The working of an air conditioner is known to first contain a compressor, condenser, evaporator coil and a fan. Absorption of heat from the air is transferred to the refrigerant which is then pumped to the outdoor segment. The HVAC system contains vents, thermostat, furnace, heat exchanger, evaporator coil, refrigerant coils, ductwork and condensing unit as the main components.
When the thermostat is set to lower temperatures then the evaporator coil is used to cool air. The purpose of an evaporator coil is the reverse role of a heat exchanger. Cool air is provided by an evaporator coil which is located to the mental enclosure on the furnace’s exterior, to the top or side and has a similar working to an automobile radiator. Not only does cool air circulate in ductworks from the evaporator coil but also it transports warmed or cooled air within the home.
Ducts are made of lightweight aluminum but can be made from steel, fiberglass, fabric and flexible plastic. Not only is the thermostat a visible feature of the HVAC system but also its set on a prominent easily accessible wall. So as to keep the temperature of the home at a desirable rate then the thermostat is set manually or programmed in advance.
The thermostat is able to trigger the heat exchanger or the evaporator coil to circulate either warm air or cool air. The furnace is the other main component of the HVAC system in which it’s the largest and requires substantial space. The purpose of the furnace is to heat a supply of air which is distributed to the various rooms of the home. Accomplishment of the heating process is done through the use of the following heat sources which are combustion, solar energy, electric resistance and heat pump.
Burning of natural gas, propane, oil or coal is the what is involved in the process of combustion. Inside the furnace the heat exchanger is located and its main role is to switch on the furnace when its activated by a thermostat to produce warmer temperatures. The working of the heat exchanger is to draw in cool air, heat the air and circulate the resulted heated air through the ductworks and vents.
A component of the HVAC system that is connected to the evaporator coil and is installed to outside the home is the condensing unit. The heat exchanger cools the refrigerant to liquid which is then pumped to the evaporator coil to be evaporated as the gas and this takes place in the condensing unit.