HVAC systems represent any structure of air control, from the air conditioner at home to the professional HVAC Denver CO systems used in commercial and industrial complexes as well as in apartment buildings.
Providing thermal control and interior comfort, using the principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer is the main role of a HVAC system. Examples of such systems are the large air conditioning boxes that can be seen at the top of some buildings. These systems are an essential component in the environmental design of industrial buildings, offices and in general for constructions that are regulated in terms of temperature, humidity and fresh air.
How does a HVAC system work?
When the refrigerant reaches the condensing unit, the compressor squeezes it, creating a hot, high pressured gas. The refrigerant moves to the condenser, where the cooling wings around the condensate coil help dissipate or remove the heat, turning it into a cooling liquid.
This liquid moves to the vaporizer and is wrapped inside the air treatment device. As the fluid enters the vaporizer coil, its pressure decreases. Because heating is required to separate the molecules to convert the liquid back into the gas, it extracts heat from the surrounding air. The metal wings positioned on the evaporator coil help to exchange heat during this process. As the refrigerant leaves the evaporator, it moves back to the condensing unit, and the process is repeated each time.