A proper air conditioning system is an integral part of the design of any industrial building, be it small, medium or large. Because industrial air conditioning is the big dog of the entire air conditioning industry, taking good care of industrial air conditioners is often a complex project, and therefore it is best to leave the job to the experts.
Central air conditioners are an ideal choice for large industrial premises. If you are using this equipment for your industrial application, here's what an air conditioning contractor can do to keep them running properly for longer.
Your equipment comprises two major components: the condenser unit and the evaporator coil. These components comprise various sub-components, including filters, coils, cooling fans and fins, which require routine cleaning for the entire system to work harmoniously all through its service life. Failing to thoroughly clean out dirt and grime will disrupt airflow, which will in turn lead to a steady decline in the performance of the unit and its energy efficiency.
Since the condenser and evaporator components are typically enclosed in the central air conditioning unit, DIY access for cleaning purposes may be rather restricted. You will need an expert to ensure that the screws, access plate, and foil insulation are removed and replaced correctly after the cleaning process is complete.
Prompt breakdown service
Air conditioning contractors can apply various effective fault detection methods that are bound to identify what the problem is with your air conditioning unit and get it back running properly in a short time. Simply put, the contractor will carry out a series of experiments that can help detect exactly what the problem with your equipment is without inspecting its many parts. For example, they can establish the right electric control sequence to check if your air conditioning system has been operating simultaneously with other HVAC units, which is something that might have led to the system failure.
This way, any guesswork in the equipment inspection process is eliminated, meaning that you won't have to waste time trying to figure out why your equipment is not working, and your premises will be back to normal condition for your employees to work comfortably.
Reliable maintenance advice
Aside from ensuring that your equipment is regularly serviced and quickly fixed, you can never rule out the fact that air conditioning contractors provide valuable information to their clients regarding the dos and don'ts of proper air conditioning system maintenance. As a parting tip, they may advise you to occasionally pass a stiff wire through your equipment's drain channels, as that would help prevent clogging and avoid moisture damage to the system.Share