Systems used to control the ambient temperature consisting of condenser, evaporator, compressor, expansion valve are called “Cooling Systems”. Various refrigerants in the system are exposed to different pressures to achieve the desired temperature values. The compressor in the system compresses the refrigerant to the pressure corresponding to the desired temperature and the refrigerant comes to the Condenser. The heat in the refrigerant is discharged to the outside with the help of the Condenser, and the refrigerant is cooled. The amount of gas required for cooling is adjusted by passing through the Expansion Valve before the refrigerant coming out of here enters the environment (Evaporator) where cooling will take place. The refrigerant coming to the evaporator takes the heat from the environment and performs the cooling event.