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One of the very frustrating issues with a screen air conditioning equipment is if it starts to ice up. For the master of the air conditioning equipment is may be perplexing.
Any moment the airflow through an air conditioner is restricted the cooling system becomes affected. If taken to extremes the critical pressure-temperature balance of the cooling coil may be changed. When they drop too low the cooling coils surface temperature can drop below the dew point temperature of the area godrej 1 ton 3 star inverter split ac.When this happens the cooling coil will start to operate as an ice box rather than an air conditioner. Rather than merely cooling the air it’ll collect and hold moisture. The moisture will freeze onto the cooling coil where it can look as ice.
The principal job of an air conditioner is to de-humidify, not refrigerate, the area air. By detatching the moisture from the area air it offers us a feeling of comfort. To do this though the temperature of the cooling coil must often be higher compared to the room’s dew point. If it’s allowed to drop below the dew point the air conditioning equipment will quickly produce ice.
To prevent this replace or clean your filter every handful of weeks of the cooling season. In case a smoker do it every week. To clean filter remove from air conditioning equipment, wet thoroughly, and lay in bottom of a sink. Sprinkle detergent (laundry detergent works well) onto filter surface. Allow to sit for a couple minutes. Add warm water to sink to ensure that filter is wholly covered. Soak for 15 minutes. Remove from water and rinse. Allow to air dry.
An air conditioner requires regular maintenance. Usually every two or three years. Every year would be best, but this is costly if you don’t do it yourself. During cleaning the cooling coil should really be degreased and washed to get rid of accumulated dirt and debris. Degreasing is important to get rid of any coatings on the coil. If not done greasy residue can trap and hold air borne particles. They will build up on the coil and affect heat transfer. If left too much time this may result in the cooling coil becoming partially blocked. This may create a lower airflow.
The condenser coil is the main one at the trunk of the air conditioner. Its job is to dissipate heat that is being taken off the room. Just as the cooling coil it too should be cleaned every few years. Since the condenser is externally of the home it becomes exposed to a lot of dirt, pollen, and smog. Since airflow direction is from inside to outside it is the within surface of the condenser that becomes dirty. Therefore to wash this part the air conditioning equipment should be completely disassembled. If not cleaned regularly an airflow blockage here can even burn up the compressor. Before this happens though the lowering of airflow will affect the overall operation. This may result in the compressor efficiency dropping, the inner pressure-temperature relationships being affected, and the resultant production of ice on the cooling coil.
As describe above an inefficient compressor may cause icing up. If the compressor is unable to pump the refrigerant properly the cooing coil might not get cold enough to turn off the cold control. It could hover just above the cut off point. When this happens the cooling coil will start to refrigerate. Ice on the cooling coil will result. If the compressor itself is to blame the air conditioning equipment will have to be replaced. But note that many icing issues are misdiagnosed as bad compressors when these were actually among the other faults discussed in this article.
Both scenarios may result in and icing condition. If your air conditioning equipment was repaired recently suspect too much refrigerant. Combined with an airflow problem this is difficult to diagnose. If not repaired recently then suspect airflow problems before considering a refrigerant imbalance.
Icing can occur if the outside temperature falls below 60 Degrees Fahrenheit. If the outside temperature is too low the air conditioning equipment pressure-temperatures may be affected. When the outside temperature falls the cooling coil temperature may also fall. So much that the coil will refrigerate the area air. This will result in the cooling coil beginning to produce ice. This problem is more prevalent in the fall. If it’s hot through the day but cold through the night suspect this dilemma as the reason for icing up. If this dilemma is suspected try running the air conditioning equipment in the fan only position. Leave the re-circulating vent open. This may circulate the area air without cooling it, while bringing in a little bit of outside air through the night.