The expansion valve is attached to the evaporator inlet and outlet pipes. It converts excessive pressure liquid refrigerant from the liquid tank to misty, low pressure refrigerant, and delivers it to the evaporator. The expansion valve routinely controls the flow fee of refrigerant to obtain the necessary cooling capacity required by the fluctuating warmth load. The quantity of refrigerant circulating by way of the air conditioning system varies as the warmth load changes.
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