Mar 27 2006
Did you know that air conditioning and refrigeration equipment requires good air flow through both the condenser (outside) coil and evaporator (inside) coil for maximum efficiency, and that if the equipment is running with dirty coils your power bill will be higher?
Keeping your power bills down by cleaning these coils might not be easy sometimes, but it's a simple procedure, and equipment owners can find tips about how to clean their equipment, and more information about why cleanliness is so important, at www.air-conditioning-and-refrigeration-guide.com.
For technicians, a clear understanding of superheat and subcooling can help pinpoint system problems quickly during air conditioning troubleshooting and refrigeration troubleshooting service calls.
These concepts are explained thoroughly at www.air-conditioning-and-refrigeration-guide.com, and you'll also find a variety of resources that you're welcome to use when servicing and troubleshooting air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.
HVAC equipment owners, operators, and technicians will find service information on a wide variety of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, and possibly even the exact solution they need, at www.air-conditioning-and-refrigeration-guide.com.