What is head pressure HVAC?

What is head pressure HVAC?

Head pressure (also called discharge or high side pressure) is the pressure generated from the compressor in an air conditioner or heat pump.  Head pressure gauges are red in color to signify the high side.  Pressures of over 400 PSIG or more can be measured in the head pressure.  

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