heating and cooling system basics - how to make air cooler at home

by:HICOOL     2019-07-03
heating and cooling system basics  -  how to make air cooler at home
Most of us take heating and cooling for granted.
We want our heating system to keep us warm in the winter, we rely on the air
Let's keep the cool conditions in the summer.
When the house is cold in winter and hot in summer, the natural reaction is to call for professional service.
Fortunately, there is a choice.
You can make some maintenance and quick fixes by yourself, dramatically reduce service costs and keep the heating and cooling systems working efficiently.
But first, it is important to understand the basic functions of the heating and cooling system. All climate-
The control device or system has three basic components: the source of heating or cooling air, the method of assigning air to a room heated or cooled, and the control used to regulate the system (e. g. , thermostat).
Sources of warm winds (such as stoves) and cold air (such as air conditioners) in the house usually use the same distribution and control system.
If your house has a central air conditioner, cold air may flow through the same pipe as the heat and be regulated by the same thermostat.
When a heating or cooling system fails, any of these three basic components can cause problems.
The principle of heating and air conditioning is that heat is always moved from a warm object to a cooler object, just as water flows from a higher object to a lower object.
The stove and heater put the heat into the air to make your home warm;
In order to make your home cooler, the air conditioner can dissipate heat.
All heating and cooling units burn fuel.
Electricity for air conditioning.
Gas or fuel oil is used in most home heating systems;
Other systems use electricity. The heat pump --
Electric climate control--
Heat and cool the air.
In the summer, it will extract heat from the air in your home.
In winter, it draws heat from the outside air and uses this heat to heat the air inside.
When the furnace is turned on, it consumes the fuel that powers it, whether it's gas, oil or electricity.
When the fuel is burned, heat is generated and delivered to the living area of your home through a pipe, pipe, or wire, and then blown out of registers, radiators, or heating plates.
The old systems use the heat they generate to heat the water, which in turn heats the air in your home.
These systems use the boiler to store and heat the water supply, and then cycle as hot water through pipes embedded in walls, floors, or ceilings.
When the air conditioner is turned on, electricity is used to cool the gas in the coil to the liquid state.
The warm air in your home is cooled by contact with the cooling coil, this cooled air is delivered to your home room through pipes and registers, or--
In the case of room air conditioning--
Directly from the unit itself.
In the next section, we will review the different distribution systems used for home heating and cooling.
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