Your air conditioning system is a series of components working in unison, much like the human body.
- The  Compressor and the  Metering Device (Fixed or TXV) are 2 separate components that act together as the heart of the system. The compressor pumps refrigerant, and the metering device regulates pressure.
-  Refrigerant is the blood, and it needs to remain at a specific pressure to function.
-  Driers act like the kidneys, they filter the blood (refrigerant).
- The  Air Handler is the lungs of the system.
- The  Return Air is the inhale (warm).
- The  Supply Air is the exhale (cool).
- The  Ductwork is like the windpipe. Properly Sized Ductwork is a healthy windpipe. Undersized Ductwork can take a major toll on a system. It’s like trying to breathe through a straw. You can do it, but it’s extremely difficult. It will slowly kill other system components (compressor and fan motor). Static pressure testing can reveal undersized ductwork.
- The Coils act like your skin. They provide a surface for heat exchange to occur while fans provide the
- The  Evaporator Coil interacts with inside air using the  Evaporator Fan Blower to absorb heat from the surrounding environment.
- The  Condenser Coil interacts with outside air using the  Condenser Fan to expel heat to the surrounding environment.
- The  Thermostat is the brain of the system.
-  Capacitors are the conscience, they give motors direction. Without them Motors would not know which way to turn.