How does reverse refrigerant work in a heat pump system?

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Some piston systems also allow reverse refrigerant flow, as shown in the diagram above. When the reversing valve is energized (cool mode) in a heat pump system, the unit will run in cool mode, and the refrigerant will follow the path indicated on the bottom. This process seats the piston so that refrigerant must pass through the orifice.

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