One of the key factors for qualitative and efficient work in offices and industrial spaces, is the proper function of the air conditioning, especially during the period of switching from cooling to heating or vice versa, due to the change of seasons, when the requirements are higher.
Proper cooling or heating in each space, requires proper selection & maintenance of the air conditioning systems.
The maintenance frequency is primarily determined by the manufacturer, while each company can decide on more frequent maintenance during the year, according to its needs and its internal procedures, the location of its installation and the level of its exposure to pollutants. Therefore, the frequency can be performed semi-annually, in each cooling-heating switch, up to monthly and quarterly.
What is included in a maintenance
- Filter cleaning or changing – bag filters
- Chemical cleaning of condensers & evaporators of the units
- Cleaning of unit drains
- Lubrication of the units’ moving parts, such as drive motors with belt, dumper, etc.
- Refrigerant quantity control & pressure measurement
- Check for leaks, both in the refrigerant and in the air conditioning networks with water
- Check of the controls of individual units or central air conditioning systems
- Check of Electrical circuits, ammeter measurement of compressors & fans of outdoor units
- Perimeter cleaning of carried materials in the area of the outdoor units
The benefits of maintaining air conditioners
- Consistent performance and operation without any damage.
- Better air quality supply. We clean the indoor and outdoor units and in particular the filters and the components of the units, where germs, bacteria & pathogenic microorganisms gather, ensuring a safe workplace.
- Energy saving. Units with clean filters, pre-filters, bag filters, evaporators, condensers and all their mechanical parts, such as compressors, maintained, operate more efficiently without unnecessary power consumption.
- Money saving by avoiding future breakdowns & repairs.
- Noiseless operation, keeping decibel levels (db) as defined by the manufacturer.
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