A Guide To Replace A Duct Mounted Cooling Coil
This article includes a complete guide on how to install a duct-mounted cooling coil. You
need to be very careful during the procedure as it is a very crucial part in your HVAC
Understanding AC Condenser Coils And Your Air Conditioning
You may have noticed a large square-shaped box outside your house. When it comes to
heat transfer, this is extremely important. Through the compressor, it converts the
refrigerant gasses into liquid form. This procedure cools the refrigerant, which then
releases the heat generated by your home. All parts of your air conditioner must work
together to function properly. It is important to know about the background before you
perform ductwork replacement in your home. These parts include:
It converts the refrigerant into a gas by compressing it. It causes it to move along the
A device that converts gas into a liquid, forcing it to release its stored heat.
A heat absorber that absorbs heat from within your home.
It occurs as the liquid evaporates into a gas as it passes through the evaporator coil. The
process is then repeated outside your home at the condenser.
Costs Of Condenser Coils
The condenser, or condensing Unit, is the Unit that sits outside your home. We call it a
condensing unit because the refrigerant that carries heat from inside your home
condenses in the coil inside your AC unit. It wrings the heat out of it. The fan disperses
the heat after passing through the coil fins.
Installing The coils:
1. Firstly, Install an up-flow cased vertical coil with the coil level at the bottom.
2. Secondly, Coils are not permitted to be installed on the return side of a gas furnace.
3. Thirdly, To ensure condensate removal from the coil, uncased up-flow, and
horizontal coils must be installed with a 1/2 in. fall from the back to the front of the
4. Install the condensate drain per local regulati