Dirty filters can damage your Air Con and electricity bill

Simply put, dirty filters can potentially not only decrease the efficiency of your A/C up to %20, but also increase your electricity bill considerably. A dirty or clogged filter blocks the normal air flow on the indoor unit coil. Then, you can get lower air flow in compared to the normal condition. As a result, […]

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The right location of Return Air Grills in Air Conditioning Systems

The right location of Return Air Grills in Air Conditioning Systems Many customers complain about the air circulation and time-consuming process of cooling and heating their place by their Air Conditioning Systems in different seasons. They are also concerned about their electricity bills and efficiency of their systems. The following hints might be helpful in […]

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Float Switch for Ducted Air Conditioning Systems

Float Switch for Ducted Air Conditioning The main problem with ducted Air Conditioning Systems is drain block that can potentially cause damage to the surrounding areas, specially ceiling. Unfortunately, safety tray can’t help anymore in this conditions, because when the drain is blocked, the main tray of A/C gets full of water and the indoor […]

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Practical recommendations and hints for installing Split Air Conditioning systems

Practical recommendations and hints for installing Split Air Conditioning systems   *Avoid installing the Indoor Unit near heat or steam source. *Avoid installing the Indoor/Outdoor Unit near obstacle that block air circulation. *Avoid installing the Indoor/Outdoor Unit near fume or droplet. *Avoid installing the Indoor Unit near inflammable objects like blinds, curtain, and clothing. *Avoid […]

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Why do Air Conditioner capacitors go bad now and then?!

Why do Air Conditioner capacitors go bad now and then?! There are many reasons for that. I mention some of the most important ones in brief: 1- Voltage spike or fluctuation. 2- Old or defective compressor. 3- High ambient temperature. 4- Dirty condenser coil (result in the compressor draws more amperage than normal) 5- Any […]

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What is an Oil trap and its application ?

What is an Oil trap and its application ? An oil trap is a form of U-shape or a circular-shape  pipe that is used when vertical pipe length between IU and OD unit is more than  6-7 meters. An oil trap helps compressors not to lose their lubricant while discharging refrigerant toward the evaporator  and avoid […]

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Regular A/C service can stop damaging compressors

Did you know that regular A/C service can stop damaging compressors ?!! Dirty Indoor/ Outdoor coil can potentially damage your compressor. It is crystal clear that when the indoor coil in not clean,  liquid refrigerant can not absorb enough heat from ambient to turn into vapor and get enough superheated. As a result, liquid refrigerant […]

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