Air Conditioning Maintenance, Repair and Commercial Programmed Support
A complete package with maintenance and servicing to suit our customer requirements is offered. Preventative maintenance is recommended as a necessary requirement to ensure long and maximum efficiency in systems operation thereby contributing to cost effectiveness and avoiding costly breakdown.‘ to ensure your system runs trouble free and at its best year round.
Key goals of PPM air conditioning maintenance contracts:
- Unit life longevity
- Energy efficiency to save money and lessen environmental impact
- To optimise up-time
- Improve air quality and comfort
- Comply to the latest F-Gas regulation
- Reduce any risk of breakdown and thus or replacement costs
Our staff are qualified to service and maintain all types of air conditioning and refrigeration systems , Preventive maintenance reduces the possibility of equipment failing before they actually do, and enhances the reliability of equipment by replacing any worn components prior to them failing. Every visit is completed with an engineer’s report and recommendations to keep air conditioning equipment in top working order.
Recent changes to F-Gas Regulations mean air conditioning units with at least 3kg of refrigerant must be inspected and recorded twice yearly. Are you complying to your statutory system leak check on stationary units Do you know how much refrigerant is in your system?
Generally speaking this would be any unit (cassette, wall mount or ducted) with upwards of 10kw of cooling capacity. Records have to be kept on site of all such units and work carried out on them.
Let us compile your F-Gas register and be compliant with the law.
A visit by our qualified technician will always include the following:
- Check and clean condenser (outdoor unit) and evaporator (indoor unit) coils and fins
- Check fan, fan motor, compressor and compressor mountings
- Check all electrical connections
- Check operation of heater and any interlocks
- Check fuses and test operation of electrical isolator and protection devices
- Check condensate pump and float/sensor
- Check and condensate drain and tray, descale and add water treatment as necessary
- Check condensate drain pipe work for water tightness
- Check air ducts, air grilles, filters and insulation
- Check refrigerant pipe work for integrity and thermal insulation
- Monitor refrigerant suction and liquid line temperature and pressure
- Check expansion valves
- Check start and running current
- Check unit operation, controls and settings
- Ensure unit is clean and damage free