A furnace heat exchanger is the next generation of air conditioners. Its primary function is to increase the heat transfer rate of air from one side of the furnace to the other side. It works by using a condenser which is part of the furnace. A condenser is an apparatus that separates the air from the heated gases in order to lower the temperatures of the entire furnace. Condensers use a large volume of air for heating. The cooler it is, the less heat it can convert into electricity. Thus, for example, if the condenser is less efficient, more heat will be lost.
A furnace heat exchanger is composed of several parts, the most important being the condenser. The condenser has its own cooling system and uses a separate heat exchanger. It also has the functions of adding heat to the air for heat transfer and air flow to the condenser. Besides, the condenser also has the cooling system. The condenser’s cooling system will direct cool air into the air box, which is connected to the condenser.
An important question in choosing a furnace heat exchanger for your home is: what type of temperature do you need to maintain in your home? If you are dealing with moderate climates, you will want to have a high heat exchanger because the air circulation will ensure that the temperature will be sustained even in cold months. On the other hand, if you have a more temperate climate, you will need a medium heat exchanger. Knowing what you need to maintain will make your selection easier.