Refrigerants How they work in HVAC systems

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In this video we will be learning how refrigerants work in HVAC systems such as refrigerators, air and water cooled chillers as well as split a/c units. The refrigerant removes heat from the building and transfers it into the ambient outside air to produce air conditioning.


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Randy Fuson says:

How do we turn the refrigerant into a liquid again if there's nowhere to get the temperature below the boiling point of the refrigerant? Is it because of the pressure in the system between the compressor and the expansion valve increasing the boiling point of the refrigerant?

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vajshi kuchhadiya says:

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CriticoolHit says:

Thanks for the knowledge my dude

Luke says:

It's worth mentioning that the vapor entering the compressor is superheated, and the liquid entering the TEV is sub-cooled. Remember folks condensers reject latent heat and evaporators absorb latent heat.

A. says:

Sir need is to see that to do with the water 7 big tanks and let out 2 inch pipe pressurize for process to be run by 24 hourse and water out 90c electrical

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Wild child says:

i don't get how something which boils at -55*F turns to liquid at temps greater than -55*F . I understand how it can flash off and turn into super heat but from super heat to liquid has me confused .

Андрей Сорокин says:

Thank you a lot teacher! Very intresting!

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