Maintenance


The air conditioners carry germs and microbes due to the thermal phenomena of condensation caused by the cold battery.

The air stirring brings back inside the air conditioning unit dust and other organic matter coming from the room (insects, ...). The air conditioner, once stopped, is often subjected to an ambient temperature that reaches 30 ° C and above, a context particularly favorable to the development of microbial and bacteriological cultures. Often there is an olfactory discomfort when air conditioning is restarted. This odor is indicative of a lack of hygiene of the air conditioner.


Note that the air filter that is in place inside the air conditioner is a simple filter (simple mesh with fine mesh) and lets pass most of the particles, which accumulate in the device in the least recesses


Lack of Maintenance = Energy Waste of Air Conditioner


In addition to the risks of poor hygiene and therefore of allergies and diseases, an air conditioning clogged "pain" to operate, makes more noise, forces more for a lower yield and therefore a more expensive electrical expenditure in the end.

Indeed, clogged air conditioning will weigh down the various components such as fan turbine, clog the air filter and reduce the air flow, and therefore refrigeration or thermal power if the air conditioner operates in reversible mode, Ie in a heat pump.


The air conditioner will thus consume more electricity to obtain the ambient temperature setpoint.
Moreover, as the internal dirt accumulates, it will cause more friction and therefore more noise.
Thermal comfort, electrical overconsumption, and acoustic discomfort are the technical consequences, other than hygienic, of a clogged and not maintained air conditioning.


The air conditioner will thus consume more electricity to obtain the ambient temperature setpoint.
Moreover, as the internal dirt accumulates, it will cause more friction and therefore more noise.
Thermal comfort, electrical overconsumption, and acoustic discomfort are the technical consequences, other than hygienic, of a clogged and not maintained air conditioning.



Included Our interviews:

  • Inspection and control of indoor and outdoor units
  • Verification of supports and fasteners
  • Clean the surroundings of the outdoor unit to promote air circulation.
  • Check the refrigerant circuit.
  • Search for refrigerant leaks.
  • Checking Condensate Flow
  • Cleaning the indoor and outdoor unit
  • Cleaning the evaporator exchanger of the indoor unit and the condenser exchanger of the outdoor unit
  • Cleaning and checking filters
  • Diffusion of a professional bactericide and fungicide
  • Measuring instrument performance
  • Checking electrical connections


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