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Different Popular Types of Air Conditioner and their Installation - Climate Zone


In this video you will find information on different types of Air Conditioner and their Installation. Do you want to know what are the different types of Air Conditioner and how their are installed? If yes then you came to right place. Climate Zone is a professional air conditioner service and maintenance providers in Melbourne for more than 30 years' Our team of professional experts provide repairs and installation to any make and model across residential and commercial properties. For more information, Call us or visit our website today. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Different Popular Types of Air Conditioner and their Installation - Climate Zone

Different Popular Types of Air Conditioner and
their Installation
  • Climate Zone

Is your air conditioning system is improperly
installed ?
If yes ,then you do not need to worry about it,
Climate Zone will help you in Installing it
Benefits of regular servicing
  • Extends the life of your system
  • Ensures your system is operating at peak
  • Ensures your system is ready to handle
    high-demand periods
  • Helps your system to operate as quietly and
    smoothly as possible
  • Preventative maintenance will catch issues before
    they become major repair jobs
  • Improves air quality for your home or business
  • Leads to long-term savings as fewer major repairs
    are needed

Here are the simple installation tips for each AC
  • Split Air Conditioner Installation- Ductless
    split air conditioners dont need windows. On the
    other hand, the duct systems are best for
    businesses, garages and similar areas of the
    home. In this system, the loud running features
    are outside while the rest duct system remains
    inside the mounting hole. 
  • How to install split AC-
  • First, it is decided where the AC will be mounted
    so that the hole for it takes place.
  • As said above the AC unit is divided into three
    sections. The first one is an outside condenser
    placed in the outer area so that the noise coming
    from it does not bother the people enjoying
    cooling. This condenser should be placed on the
    slab near the home.
  • The second one is an inside vent that controls
    the temperature operation and delivers cool air.
  • Both the devices are connected with copper wires
    that carry electricity and deliver refrigerant.
  • There is a tube placed dispensing the water
    formed during the cooling process.
  • Installing a split AC is not a DIY task so better
    to take an experts help.

Here are the simple installation tips for each AC
  • Window Air Conditioner Installation- These
    single-unit AC systems are a little noisy but can
    easily be mounted. This unit doesnt require a
    separate evaporator. And, fewer tools are needed
    for installation. What you need to do is balance
    the AC unit securely while placing.
  • How to install window AC-
  • Firstly, set the bottom of the unit into the
    bottom sill of the window where you want to place
    the AC.
  • Balance the unit till the windowpane is pulled
    down and placed secured. It is because the AC
    should not fall out or get damaged.
  • Once it is secured in the window, the locks are
    placed so that the window pane cannot be open and
    do any damage.
  • After that seal is created so that cool air does
    not escape.
  • Remember to place the unit in the centre of the
    window opening. It helps to prevent side vents to
    get pulled out and nailed into place. Thus avoid
    any damage.

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Here are the simple installation tips for each AC
  • Central Air Conditioner Installation- This AC
    unit is a whole-house solution for the cooling
    and ventilation process. The setup is running of
    ductwork to all rooms in the house or business.
  • How to install central AC-
  • Professional installers expertly handle these big
    units. However, installation involves three main
  • The first one is a thermostat that controls the
    initial phase, the temperature control. This
    device also controls other components to get into
    action while the temperature gets too high.
  • The second setup is a cooling process that
    involves a compressor. It consists of condensing
    refrigerant, condenser coils, and compressor that
    convert gas turned out of coils into liquid. And,
    this whole cycle is the process which lets the
    air get cool.
  • After this, the circulation of the air through
    the vents is checked. It is important for AC
    efficiency. Even, make sure the air filters are
    changed often.

Here are the simple installation tips for each AC
  • Portable Air Conditioner Installation- The
    portable AC systems are becoming popular and need
    only one person for installation. These air
    conditioning units with heat quality can be used
    a whole year. There are many other qualities of
    these units but here check how to install them
  • How to install portable AC-
  • Portable AC units can be fit in the different
    sized windows, so first check the openings of
    your home before buying it.
  • Now, you need to set up a window kit.
  • In this, you need to cut a foam strip that will
    be attached to the moving window part.
  • After that insert the actual plastic window and
    close it tightly.
  • Pull out any extra piece and make a tight seal to
    your window.
  • Once the window kit is placed, install the AC
  • You must apply a security bracket to the window
    so that it cannot be opened from outside.
  • Hook up the vent from the AC and plug the system
    in the grounded outlet.

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Contact us
  • Climate Zone
  • Address 43 Bethell Avenue, Parkdale, VIC, 3195
  • Phone No 0418 556 866
  • Email climatezone_at_bigpond.com
  • https//www.climatezone.com.au/

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