Reverse Cycle Ducted Air Conditioning Guide: What is it and How Does it Work?


It is Summer, and you might be looking for the best way to cool your home Landmark Air Canberra is here to help you with the Reverse Cycle Ducted Air Conditioning Guide.

Landmark Air Canberra is a leading provider of home comfort solutions in Canberra and surrounding areas. This blog post will discuss Reverse Cycle Ducted Air Conditioning and how it works. Read on to learn more!

Reverse Cycle Ducted Air Conditioning Guide

What is it?

The refrigeration cycle used in reverse cycle air conditioning can heat and cool. Heating and cooling may be accomplished by reversing the refrigeration cycle. Thus the system can operate year-round.

The method as a whole is effective, adaptive, and versatile.

Landmark Air Canberra has highly qualified technicians who will discuss your needs with you, analyse the area to be cooled or heated, provide an installation plan for reverse cycle ducted air conditioning, and deliver a system tailored to your needs.

How Does it Work?

Using the fundamental theory of heat absorption and the refrigeration cycle, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning works. There are four distinct phases to the refrigeration cycle.

  • The liquid refrigerant enters the cycle through the evaporator at the beginning of the operation.
  • The compressor compresses evaporator refrigerant in the evaporator. The compressor produces high-pressure and high-temperature gas for the condenser.
  • The condenser employs a fan to flow air to cool and liquefy the refrigerant gas now that it is in a high temperature, high-pressure gas condition. Evaporator refrigerant control valves follow here.
  • A low-temperature expansion valve creates the low-pressure refrigerant condition, which turns the high-pressure liquid refrigerant from the condenser and lowers the pressure. As the refrigerant goes through the evaporator, it changes state, absorbing heat from the environment.

The passage of refrigerant via the evaporator is what makes this system a “cycle.” The refrigerant returns to the condenser after passing through the evaporator, repeats the cycle.

When the refrigerant flow reverses due to cooling or heating, the process is called a “reverse cycle.”

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You can rely on Landmark Air Canberra for all of your heating and air conditioning requirements. High-quality service with professionals that arrive on time.

The staff at Landmark Air Canberra comprises skilled specialists and a dependable management group. Choosing Landmark Air Canberra ensures that you will receive a high-quality service.

Landmark Air Canberra can help you get Reverse Cycle Ducted Air Conditioning installed so that you don’t have to worry about cooling or heating your home this summer – contact us today at (02) 6189 2972.


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