What Is a Split Air Conditioning System?
A split system air conditioner is made up of indoor and outdoor units that work together. The indoor part is a furnace, while the outdoor unit is the air conditioner that circulates cool air within the home. The air conditioner cooperates with the furnace to produce efficient temperature control. The system takes the hot air inside the house and removes it to the outdoors, leaving cool air in its place. This air conditioning system is powered by electricity.
The parts of the system include a compressor, fan, condenser coil, evaporator coil and refrigerant. The condenser coil is installed outside and connects to the evaporator coil or coils inside different rooms in the house. The evaporator coils are individually controlled, allowing the home owners to set each room to a different temperature. Both condenser and evaporator coils are connected to the refrigerant lines.
In addition to controlling central air circulation, a split system air conditioner controls temperature, humidity, moisture, and cleanliness. In order to regulate a constant temperature, the device removes as much moisture from the air as possible. Additionally, the system filters out pollutants and other particles that make the air dirty. Efficient air conditioning systems contribute to a cleaner home environment by allowing the occupants to keep windows and doors closed, forcing bugs, pollen, and other outdoor annoyances to stay outside.
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