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In most humid countries, the demand for air-conditioners has increased over the past years. There might be certain external factors that have contributed to the amount of humidity in these areas. One of these might be air pollution which is manifested by smog, and yet another might be due to global warming which is the increase in the average temperature of the Earth. Whatever the reasons are, people from these places are unfortunately reaping the effects of absurd environmental conditions. There are certain effects of heat and humidity that are often neglected by people. Some of these effects include irritability, skin disease, and even respiratory diseases.

The only solution to scrape off heat in their homes, workplaces, and even vehicles would be air-conditioning. This is one way of cooling the immediate environment. In an air-conditioning system, air is basically controlled such that the desirable temperature would be achieved. The desirable temperature can be achieved by removing the warm air inside the house, cooling it, and re-circulating it back as cooler air. In order to do this, there are important components of an air-conditioning system that are needed to achieve the desired room temperature. One of these components is the compressor. The function of the compressor is to compress the refrigerant gas causing the gas to become hot. As the hot gas circulates through as set of coils, it dissipates its heat and is condensed into a liquid. These set of coils are technically called condensers, which are another vital component of an air-conditioning system. As the refrigerant which is now condensed as a liquid pass through the condensers, it passes through another important component which is the evaporator. The evaporator is responsible for causing the liquid to evaporate as a cold, low pressure gas. This cold, low pressure gas is now run through a set of coils to allow the gas to absorb the heat and cool down the air inside the house. In other words, the concept of air-conditioning is primarily based on heat exchange. Heat is removed and cooled by having it absorbed by a medium which is the refrigerant.

The process of air-conditioning is actually just very simple, but all the vital components must be designed properly for the system to work effectively. There are different kinds of air-conditioners that can be selected for household applications. The choice of an air-conditioning system depends on individual needs and space demands. For most houses, the window type air-conditioning unit is used. This is used for cooling partial spaces in a house or a building. Another type of this kind is the split-type air-conditioners. A split-type literally splits the hot side and the cold side of the system. This type is effective for larger spaces.

Get relief from the extreme hot temperature by using air conditioner in your homes, workplaces, and even vehicles. Also air conditioning will keep you healthy by cooling and purifying the temperature.


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