Having split aircon installation at your home is a job that requires crucial skills and abilities to complete in perfect order. If the workmanship is of a high quality and is completed accurately your system will give optimum cooling and the benefits that come align with it. However, if it is not put in properly, you will not only lose the desired impact, but also potentially cause other issues over time. Here are several factors considered by the trained professionals when approaching these types of jobs.
The indoor unit must be installed on a wall strong enough to hold the unit’s weight. While this may seem straightforward, many do not understand what a load bearing wall may be, and how strained the existing structure is. These are important to note when dealing with this service.
Proper Spacing From Walls
The AC requires a certain level of space, usually around 15cm, between the unit and the wall or floors. This spacing ensures there is enough of the right airflow to ensure a well working system.
When dealing with an indoor unit it is best to mount it at a height of around 7-8 feet above the ground for adequate cooling inside the room. This ensures that the system captures and returns in the most effective flow.
Correct Tilt Angle
While fixing the aluminium bracket on the wall, make sure that the element is given a slightly tilted angle to allow the unit unrestricted flow of the condensed water from the drain pipe.
Proper Placement Outdoors
The outdoor units must be placed on a flat and rigid surface that will ensure they do not move in weather conditions. This unit contains key components like the compressor, condenser, fan motor and more that are integral to the effectiveness of the system. If the unit is not on a flat surface then it will vibrate excessively, which can lead to the breakage of copper pipes, coolant leakage and compressor/condenser damage.
Right Distance Between Indoor And Outdoor Units
Having the correct distancing between the indoor and outdoor units is part of a very important role in cooling. The coolant at very low temperature flows inside the copper tubes between indoor and outdoor units, hence the name “split”. There is always some drop in the ability of the cooling effect in the divergence, but can be greatly reduced by ensuring there is less psce to travel between the different elements of the system.
Split aircon installation requires industry experience and knowledge of dynamic cooling systems. With a professional guide you can be sure to receive high quality work that can stand the test of time. When you need reliable services for your building, be sure to contact us right away!