The coolant held in the outside component is pumped out as high pressure, high temperature has into your air handler unit.
Many homes rely on Heating plus Air Conditioning systems to keep them cool or boiling during Summer plus winter, if you own a split air conditioner unit, an air handler component is an integral part of your cooling system. It constitutes the inside portion of your split A/C unit. It is responsible for conditioning your indoor air to make it comfortable. It achieves this by drawing in boiling air, passing it through the filter plus coils to cool it. It then blows the cool air into your space, relieving you from the heat. This process includes components that are vital for the unit’s optimal performance. The air filter is a major AHU component located between the fan plus the intake vent of the AHU. Its function is to ensure the air being drawn into your component is wipe before it is cooled. It does this by trapping pet dander, dirt, plus airborne contaminants. The evaporator coils are the components in charge of cooling your air. The coolant held in the outside component is pumped out as high pressure, high temperature has into your air handler unit. The valve inside your AHU converts the coolant from a gas into liquid form by lowering pressure, resulting in a drop in temperature. The liquid coolant is then pumped into your evaporator coils, where it cools plus charges into gas. The blower is the component responsible for pushing the now cooled air from your air handler component back into your indoor space. Your air handler unit’s air damper works purposefully to regulate the amount of airflow going through your system, depending on your cooling needs.