How does the air conditioning in the car work?
The air conditioning system in a vehicle works by manipulating refrigerant between a liquid and a gaseous state. To change the refrigerant between a liquid and a gaseous state the air conditioner controls pressure and temperature. This makes it able to absorb heat and humidity from the vehicle, allowing the system to give cool and dry air.
The role of air conditioning
An air conditioning system plays an important role in a vehicle.
Providing safety and thermal comfort
After safety considerations such as defogging and deicing the windows, the next most important function of the climate control system is to provide comfort to the occupant. This on its turn also adds a safety to the vehicle because thermal comfort effects driver alertness.
The focus should be on the comfort of the occupant and not on achieving a uniform thermal environment within the cabin, regardless of the number of occupants. An advanced climate control system might minimize radiant loads on the occupant, remove moisture from the occupant (such as from a ventilated seat), and include direct heating and cooling of the occupants.
Maintaining the air condition system
A properly functioning air conditioning system helps improve the air quality in the vehicle by removing pollutants, bacteria and pollen from the air. However, over time, the quality of the refrigerant gas in the vehicle’s air conditioning system will decrease, especially if the system is not used regularly which is often the case. Therefor we recommend our air conditioning products as mentioned below to clean, protect and improve air conditioning systems to keep its performence at its best.
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