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1201 Heat Transfer at the Inside Coil - Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps - The Basics
 
1201 Heat Transfer at the Inside Coil - Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps - The Basics -

Image Text: Warm air > warmer Freon flow direction > cooled air > cold Freon flow direction > if we put cold Freon into the coil it will attract heat from the air passing > Freon flow > aluminum fins > in the coil, heat is transferred through aluminum fins attached to copper tubing that carries the refrigerant (Freon) > the fins are close together for maximum efficiency but this also makes it easy to clog the coil with dust and dirt

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