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The Role Of Cold Room Condenser

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    The compressor compresses the gaseous Freon into high temperature and high-pressure gaseous Freon, and then sends it to the condenser (outdoor unit) to dissipate heat and become a normal temperature and high-pressure liquid Freon, so the outdoor unit blows out hot air.
    Then it goes to the capillary tube and enters the evaporator (indoor unit). After the freon reaches the evaporator from the capillary, the space suddenly increases and the pressure decreases. The liquid freon will vaporize and become a gaseous low-temperature freon, which absorbs a lot of heat and evaporates The indoor unit’s fan will blow the indoor air through the evaporator, so the indoor unit blows out the cold wind; the water vapor in the air will condense into water droplets when it meets the cold evaporator. The water pipe flows out, which is why the air conditioner will produce water.
    Then the gaseous Freon returns to the compressor to continue compression and continue to circulate.
    When heating, there is a component called a four-way valve, so that the flow direction of Freon in the Cold Room Condenser and evaporator is opposite to that of cooling. Therefore, when heating, the outdoor air blows cold air, and the indoor unit blows hot air.