evaporator coil Goodman furnace
Goodman’s evaporator coils are made of copper or aluminum and have a stainless-steel exterior. These coils are used in boilers, furnaces, and water heaters. They regulate the temperature of the hot water released from the heating system.
Evaporator coils are a key component of buildings’ heating and cooling systems. They are installed inside the air handler or plenum, outside the furnace or air conditioner, to transfer heat from inside the building to outside. Goodman manufactures these coils with their furnaces and air conditioning units.
An evaporator coil is a heating and cooling device that extracts heat from the air to cool it down.
This type of coil is designed and installed in the coils section of a furnace and works by exchanging heat with a fluid that will cool the air by evaporation.
The Goodman Evaporator Coil is a major component of the HVAC system, located inside the furnace cabinet. The coil’s job is to transfer heat from inside the furnace and deliver it to your home’s air handlers and ducts.
As an evaporator coil, one of its purposes is to suck cold air into it and release hot air on the other side. Most coils are made of copper since this material has high thermal conductivity.
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