Air Conditioning Components are used to cool and or heat a room. The Air Conditioner Units and Air Conditioner Condenser, are the two most basic of these components. The Air Conditioner is the main part of an AC system, however it is only one component of a complex system that includes the Air Conditioner Condenser. These two components are important to the AC system. Let's start with the Air Conditioner. It is the main component of your air conditioning system. It consists of one or several Air Conditioner Components. These include the Air Conditioner Heating Unit, Air Heater, or Air Conditioner Heater. These parts work together to regulate the temperature in a room and maintain the relative humidity. You will also find the Air Conditioner Motors and the Air Conditioner Fan. These are responsible for heating and cooling the unit and circulating cool air throughout the room. The Air Conditioner Heating Unit heats a room. A separate blower is used to circulate hot air through the ductwork and to the evaporator cells. The Air Conditioner Condenser, which stores heat generated by the blower, is typically located at the Air Conditioning Component's outer edges. This condenser is also called the Air Conditioning Condenser (AC Condenser). This is also known as the Evaporator Coil, because it is where AC refrigerant is kept when the Air Conditioning Component runs. When talking about the Air Conditioning Components it is important to know what each one does. If you didn’t know the purpose of each component, you would have guessed and would have to replace them in your home or business. It is important to remember that the Air Conditioning System consists of five main components. These components are now divided according to their intended function. The compressor and condenser work only in conjunction with evaporator coil. The next two, refrigerant gas lines and low-pressure gaz lines, allow the low and high-pressure gases to be separated. They also control how much heat is produced. The motor is located in the middle and runs on electricity. This motor is what takes care of switching the AC power on and off, and keeps the temperatures in the room constant. Now let's take a look at the various components available for a central air conditioning system. The first thing you will notice is that there are different kinds of units available. There is the single ductless mini split air conditioning unit that can cool one room in your home. Then there is the central air conditioning unit, which has the ability to cool and/or heat the entire home. The refrigerant is an important component for a Central Air Conditioning System. Refrigerants come in cans, some call them packs. They can be installed inside or outside the unit. The refrigerant is located inside the canister. The tubing that connects canisters to coils is the outside component. Inside the tubing is the refrigerant, while inside the unit is the compressor and the condenser coils. These three main components form the AC unit. The compressor units and evaporator coils are what cool or heat the room. You can add additional components to your air conditioner if necessary, but if simpler is more your preference, a packaged AC system will work better. A packaged air conditioner system typically only contains three main components: the compressor, condenser and evaporator coils. The compressor and condenser units come in their own boxes, while the evaporator cells are kept in their own boxes. It is possible to save money on cooling costs by purchasing an air conditioner that only requires one component but contains other, more expensive, but still essential components.