Automotive Air Conditioning Evaporator
The air conditioning evaporator is located inside the vehicle, and is responsible for absorbing any heat, which may develop, in the vehicle. The evaporator serves many functions, one of which is to remove heat from inside the vehicle. The second function is to help dehumidify the inside of your vehicle. You can see the evaporator working when you have your air conditioning cranked up and water is dripping from the bottom of your vehicle which is perfectly normal. Evaporators are mounted in the passenger compartment and positioned so that air from the cabin can be easily circulated over its external surface. Evaporators use wide aluminum fins to increase the surface area so that the rate that heat is removed is maximized. An evaporator works by trapping warm air on the wide aluminum fins of the cooler evaporator coil, which condenses the moisture on the surface. Pollen and dust pass through sticking to its wet surface and draining off to the outside of the vehicle. The ideal temperature of the evaporator is 32 degrees Fahrenheit or 0 degrees Celsius. To control this temperature, regulator devices are used to make sure that the temperature is constant. As refrigerant enters the evaporator as low pressure liquid, it passes through the hot evaporator fins causing the refrigerant to boil. As the refrigerant boils it absorbs a large amount of heat which is then carried off with the refrigerant to the outside of the vehicle.
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