What do the evaporator coils do?
An air conditioner transfers heat from your home to the outside environment, and to accomplish this, the evaporator coil is required for the interior portion of your home. Once the refrigerant within the coils evaporates, it acts as a heat dump for the air moving across from the blower. Due to this, the coils must be made to be durable and last enough to keep up with the other components of the air conditioning system. The 4 Ton Evaporator coil in this system has been designed to be used with the Puron® Refrigerant, which makes it compatible with the condenser. And, the housing for the coil is fully-insulated. Moreover, the multipoise coil offers some flexibility in terms of installation and with the help of Microtube Technology™, the coil is very efficient. To sum up, the evaporator takes heat away from your home and gets it into the air conditioning system and the rest of the job is up to the condenser. Let’s see what happens there.
What does the condenser do?
Much like the evaporator, the exterior coils within the condenser is where the waste heat leaves the system and into the outdoor air. The condenser works in the same principle, however, in this case, the direction of heat transfer is reversed and goes out of the system. Due to the fact that the condenser remains outside, it must be built with harsher conditions in mind. That is, the condenser is prone to dust collection, pollen, and other debris. However, because of the way they are designed, they are much easier to clean than the interior coils. As an additional measure, the Carrier® Comfort™ – 4 Ton 14 SEER Residential Air Conditioner Condensing Unit includes a WeatherArmor™ protection package which comprises of a solid, durable sheet metal construction and a dense wire coil guard. The condenser is not just durable, it is also efficient, hence the 14 SEER rating. Moreover, the cooling it provides is environmentally friendly, as it uses the Puron® refrigerant, a refrigerant which has been proven to be less harmful to the ozone layer, and nontoxic to its users. Essentially, the two work together to take heat from your home and dump it outside.
What about the gas furnace?
The gas furnace completes the whole system and keeps par with the rest of the system by employing some innovative technologies. For starters, in order to maintain low operational noise, the Carrier® Comfort™ 80% AFUE 90000 Btuh Multipoise Gas Furnace is equipped with a QuiTech™ noise reduction. Other features include:
- A microprocessor-based control center
- Power Heat™ Igniter
- HYBRID HEAT® Dual Fuel System compatibility
Working together as a system, they provide you with a comfortable residence.