Inside a refrigeration system, heat is absorbed by the liquid refrigerant in the evaporator as the liquid changes to a vapor. The vapor is then pushed through the coils in the condensing unit located outside of the body of the refrigerated space. Next, the vapor is compressed, the heat is squeezed out by high pressure and temperature, and then cooled in the condenser. The whole process is repeated until the desired temperature is reached.
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