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HVAC Heat Exchanger

An heat exchanger for HVAC is an integral part of heat pumps, as they are responsible for transferring heat between the working fluid in the heat pump and the external environment. 

The purpose of a heat exchanger in HVAC  system is to transfer heat from a lower temperature source (such as the air or ground outside) to a higher temperature working fluid (such as a refrigerant). This heat is then used to heat a space or water, or to cool a space by removing excess heat. 

The heat exchanger in a heat pump works by using a fluid, such as water or refrigerant, to absorb heat from the air or ground outside the building. The heat is then transferred from this fluid to the refrigerant inside the heat pump through the heat exchanger. The refrigerant is then used to transfer the heat to the air inside the building, thereby warming the building.

Both the evaporator and condenser parts of a heat pump use heat exchanger HVAC systems. The working fluid and the surrounding environment are designed to transfer heat as quickly as possible.

Other Heat Pump Parts

Compressor Evaporator Coil Expansion Valve

 

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