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When the gas is in the condenser, it is cooled into a liquid while under pressure. After which, it will be transported into the evaporator. Once it goes there, the liquid is pushed through a hole into the tubing. When inside, the liquid will utilize the heat from a room to be cooled to turn it back into gas. This then is taken back to the compressor to repeat the process again.
The fluid used within a compressor is a gas that comes with a low boiling point, which will convert from liquid into solid. These are referred to by HVAC repair technicians as refrigerants. The refrigerant most commonly used is freon; however, when this gets into the atmosphere, it does untold harm to the ozone layer, which is why more ozone-friendly fluids have been created.
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