PATENT OF THE WEEK – AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM FOR A VEHICLE
The AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM FOR A VEHICLE was invented by Hwan-Oh Sim (Kyungsangnam-Do) on the 29th of April, 1997, bearing patent number US5623837A.
This current invention is about the air conditioning system for a vehicle along with the developed air conditioning system for a vehicle. This invention includes the two blow fans, a blow motor that both items comprised within the unit case, an evaporator. These two blow fans have functioned through a blow motor; generally, there are two blow fans with different blow motors each blow fan worked. However, this invention brings something different from others that as having two fans have operated by the same motor. Thus, it leads to the same quantity of airflow, same power, and conditions. It also affects the expenditure to produce that is less and contained the lightweight. The evaporator has fixed at blow fans exhaust side, and blow fans are inserted in blow cases. This design passes the air blow and fulfils a heat exchange at the evaporator. Meanwhile, cool air is evenly distributed in the seat space in the vehicle by an outlet of air.