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How Air Conditioning Refrigerant Functions

How Air Conditioning Refrigerant Functions

Russell Craig
We understand that most Albuquerque home owners are not knowledgeable about the technological information
about how their air conditioning systems runs. That is fine, for it is an extremely intricate piece of equipment and one
that we have our team do lots of training to end up being a specialist that can repair and install them. Due to the
general absence of understanding regarding air conditioning units and proper maintenance for them, there are a
great deal of misconceptions about exactly how they function. Among the biggest myths is relating to just how the
refrigerant works, which is just what this short article will have to do with.

AC Refrigerant is Not a Fuel Source
Putting refrigerant in an air conditioning system is not similar to adding fuel to a
vehicle. Homeowners commonly mistake the chemical refrigerant that travels
via an air conditioner as something it should consume in order to function, just
like a vehicle or truck. This is not the case. AC refrigerant is not used up and
have an exhaust by-product in the cooling process. Rather, the refrigerant plays
a crucial role in executing the heat transfer process. It is not consumed. It is
actually an actually amazing chemical procedure that it goes through, for the
refrigerant alters from a fluid to a gas and back again, as it proceeds that
pattern continuously. The refrigerant should last forever inside the air
conditioner in normal situations.
If you have heard of an AC repair professional speaking about the air
conditioner losing some of its charge, that is the term utilized with having not
nearly enough refrigerant in the system. The only time this will take place is if
there is a leak along the refrigerant line. Once again, let’s check out the
example of a car with a half of tank of gas. The vehicle will certainly still run
fine, but the AC system will certainly not, for the refrigerant is not a fuel source. The AC will certainly begin losing its
capability to cool down as it is developed to do, and it may start to hurt parts inside the air conditioner as well. One
example is the compressor could burn out, which would certainly be a major expenditure of an AC repair.
Signs Albuquerque NM residents can be cautious of are any declines in the cooling power of the system, ice
developing along the evaporator coil, or listening to any hissing noises from the system. Give us a call to take a
look. The quicker you do so, the faster we could help avoid the cost of a major Albuquerque air conditioning repair. If
the concern is needing some more refrigerant, our technicians will seal the leak quick and ensure to put in the
correct level of refrigerant your air conditioner was made to have.
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