Concerning about London Air Conditioner Repair

There are certain aspects of air conditioning systems that you should know about before trying to perform air conditioner repairs in your home or office. Many individuals attempt to fix it themselves without fully understanding the concepts involved when their air conditioning system breaks down or develops a fault. However, once you understand the principles, it is possible for you to perform a basic air conditioner service, although HVAC repair (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) is best left to the professionals.Have a look at London air conditioner repair for more info on this.

Using simple physics, the standard home or office air conditioner operates and consists of two separate units: the condenser and the evaporator. In the condenser, Freon gas is put under pressure then passed through a heat exchanger, removing heat from the gas and converting it to a liquid. It is then transferred into the evaporator through an expansion valve; the liquid Freon expands and evaporates to a gas, which is then cooled by the latent heat required for this from the environment (the cooled air then being blown into the room).

The gas that is heated by the higher temperature of the room air returns to the condenser where the heat is removed and the cycle continues. Both the evaporator and the condenser are sealed units and you cannot carry out any repairs to these air conditioners yourself: you will have to call a trained specialist. What you can do is to keep all the mesh guards and so on clear of debris and keep everything clean. Simple air conditioner service, but not HVAC repair, can be carried out on your own. Some basic air conditioner repair, troubleshooting and service tips are available here. All you can actually do for this and all other faults is to clean the condenser as far as you can, and if that fails, call an engineer. It is not uncommon for units to be blocked by one or another form of vegetation.


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