Auto Air Conditioner Compressor
Commonly referred to as the heart of the system, the compressor is a belt driven pump that is fastened to the engine. It is responsible for compressing and transferring refrigerant gas.
The vehicle air conditioning system is split into two sides, a high-pressure side and a low-pressure side; defined as discharge and suction. Since the compressor is a pump, it must have an intake side and a discharge side. The intake, or suction side, draws in refrigerant gas from the outlet of the evaporator. In some cases, it does this via the accumulator.
Once the refrigerant is drawn into the suction side, it is compressed and sent to the condenser, where it can then transfer the heat that is absorbed from the inside of the vehicle.
Keepin Cool can supply a range of auto air-con Compressors to suit both new and old vehicles.
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