Volkswagen A/C Compressor
Volkswagen is a German based automobile manufacturing company. The various models available in Volkswagen includes Volkswagen Polo, Volkswagen Phaeton, Volkswagen Passat, Volkswagen Touareg, Volkswagen Jetta and Volkswagen Beetle. The air conditioning system used in a vehicle circulates air inside the passenger's cabin according to the needs of the passengers. The Volkswagen AC compressor is one contributing part present inside the air conditioning system of the vehicle and is considered as the heart of the AC device.
The Volkswagen AC compressor is a mechanical pump that is driven by a belt attached to vehicle's engine. The Volkswagen AC compressor pumps the fluid such that the fluid flows in a closed loop through the parts of the AC system. The Volkswagen AC compressor pumps refrigerant, which is the main element used in absorbing all the heat that accumulates inside the vehicle's passenger cabin. The purpose of Volkswagen AC compressor is to convert low pressure gas into high pressure gas.
The Volkswagen AC compressor basically lies in the center of the AC system, in between the high pressure side and its low pressure side. From the low pressure side, specifically from the evaporator the compressor sucks in the low-pressure refrigerant gas. The compressor would then compress this gas, increasing both its pressure and temperature. After that, the high pressure refrigerant is discharged to the Volkswagen AC condenser, which is a major component of the high pressure side of the AC system. From the condenser, the cooled refrigerant would proceed to the various other parts of the system, then to the evaporator, thus circulating in a closed loop. The condenser cools the gas which is again tracked into the Volkswagen AC compressor for the whole process to take place again.