How to Install Your New Aircon

by RobertKeith

At a time when all of us are wondering about our standard of living, but also about the notions of pleasure and well-being in the face of a society that makes our lives even harder

Why not choose to make your home more pleasant to live in by installing a new air conditioner? Air conditioning systems have also seen their technology evolve significantly over the last few decades. Remember, an air conditioner works like a refrigerator.

An air conditioner draws in air, pulls in heat, and flushes hot air to be cooled by a condenser. An air conditioner then transforms hot air into a liquid, compressing it with a pump. That is, the air conditioner captures the warm atmosphere from the inside and transfers it outside. The air conditioner removes heat by transporting them through the refrigerant through tubes (ducts).

Beyond the technical characteristics, this is one of the main reasons for choosing an air conditioner. Also, with a split air conditioner, the evaporator is often located in the room to be treated, while the condenser and the compressor are located outside (on the terrace, on the ground, etc.), which reduces the noise. On the other hand, a monoblock air conditioner can be mobile (on wheels), a permanent emplacement (in the wall) or recessed in a window (for windows). Also, view this link for more data: 

Installing your new Aircon
Installing your new Aircon

Are you wondering if air conditioning is a suitable solution for your home? Remember, the small noise that you hear in your air conditioning is the electric compressor that "compresses" a refrigerant gas that has the capacity by its changes of state (volatile liquid) to transfer the cooling energy and heat. A room thermostat controls the supply of heat, either via a three-way valve modulating the water temperature or directly on the fan. Remember, the split air conditioner is even more effective when installed high up in your room. 

Indeed, whatever your budget, the size of your home or the reasons why you want to install an air conditioning system at home, you will necessarily find the device that will suit your interior and the use that you will have for it. A split air conditioner can also be wall mounted: it is small and can be installed on a wall in a transom above a door or window. Remember, the term "air conditioning" is used to control and maintain a temperature (set by yourself), humidity and air quality (bacteria, pollen, level of dust, etc.) in your home. 

For housing, there are two categories of appliances in cooling mode alone: monoblocks and splits-systems, single or multiple. The operation of an air conditioner is based on the phase change of a refrigerant: in the evaporator, the fluid captures the heat in the room air and evaporates; in the condenser, the gas becomes liquid again because the outside air cools it. Then the fluid goes to the compressor that compresses it and ends up in the capacitor, which removes the heat outside your home. 

In cooling mode, the unit absorbs the heat present in the room and discharges it to the outside through a refrigerant before returning cooled air. With inverter technology, the compressor is variable speed: it automatically compensates for temperature variations and regulates its rate accordingly. 

The regulation of the compressor is another critical aspect of an air conditioner. An air conditioner, sized to overcome the maximum thermal inputs (solar, for example), very often works at partial load. In this case, the electrical resistance is triggered, which can lead to an increase in energy consumption. Remember, all air conditioning functions to refresh and filter the air. 

The air conditioner continually adapts its speed to the needs and thus eliminates the sensation of drafts. The ambient hot air is drawn off and cooled in the evaporator, in contact with the gaseous fluid, before being re-diffused into the room. Also, there are different types of unit air conditioners: mobile monoblock, permanent monoblock (window or mobile) and multisplit. 

An air conditioner also uses refrigeration and electrical connections. Therefore, to simplify the task on site (and make the installation accessible to non-refrigeration technicians), the copper connection pipes are frequently preloaded with refrigerant and equipped with quick couplings. Remember, you’ll want to hire the best electrician you can get for your installation.

Updated: 05/26/2018, RobertKeith
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