Air Conditioner Accumulators

An Air Conditioning Accumulator is a structure containing a pipe system that converts the refrigerant from its low-pressure form (in the evaporators) to its high-pressure form (in the compressors).

So, why are AC Accumulators important?
Prevents Floodback – Hot air mixes with liquid refrigerant in the evaporator, however, compressors cannot manage liquid material. Thus, accumulators convert these liquid refrigerants to gas to prevent floodback.

Absorbs Moisture
The desiccant in accumulators removes moisture and debris from the refrigerant. This moisture if left unchecked forms corrosive acid capable of destroying elements in your air conditioning unit.


Removes Oil
– Accumulators through a filtering system remove any oil, that can be detrimental for your AV unit, from the refrigerant as it enters the high-pressure system.

Air Conditioner Accumulators
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