Understanding the Function of Evaporator Coils
Air conditioners don’t actually create cold air, like a furnace produces heat. They work by using refrigerant, also known as coolant, to absorb heat from the air and release it outdoors. This process continues until your indoor air reaches the temperature you set on the thermostat.
There are two main components involved in the cooling cycle: the evaporator coil and the condenser coil. Let’s start by understanding how the evaporator coil works.
Upgrade Your Air Conditioner’s Performance with Evaporator Coils
Installing the correct evaporator coils are essential for getting the highest performance and comfort from your central air conditioning or heat pump system. As indoor air passes through the evaporator coils, humidity is removed, which creates ‘cooler’ indoor air. For best performance, it is recommended that you install a brand-name coil with a brand-name air conditioner or heat pump system. And as always, brand-name equipment offers some of the best warranty protection coverage in the heating and cooling industry.