Your AC unit in North Richland Hills, TX is made of several important parts. One of these is the evaporator coil, which serves as the main source of the cool air.
Why are evaporator coils important to your AC system?
In an AC unit, there are copper coils placed near the blowers known as evaporator coils. These coils are made from aluminum or steel and they connect the condenser and the expansion valve.
As the refrigerant passes through these coils, they are boiled. The evaporator coil boils the refrigerant liquid to turn it into gas. It is the gas that goes into the compressor, and then the cycle begins again.
Without the evaporator coil, no component will absorb the air from your room, and the low-pressure refrigerant cannot pass through the condenser.
How do I clean my evaporator coil?
To clean your evarporator coil, make sure you use the appropriate cleaning attire, and use the right chemical solution to wash it with, preferably alkaline-based cleaning solutions. You can always contact us at THE AC HERO to get this taken care of.
Here are the steps:
- Make sure your AC is off
- Remove the AC from the wall and take it to your yard
- Expose the condenser unit
- Rinse the coils and let them drain
- Spray the coils with the chemical solution, then scrub them with a foam; let the solution stand for 15 minutes
- Rinse the coils and let dry
Now, this is easier said than done. There are components in the AC system that should not get wet, such as the wiring and the compressor. If it is your first time doing this, you are better off calling our team of professionals here in North Richland Hills, TX.
The evaporator coil is an important component of your AC system. It is the part that absorbs heat from your room, and it is where the cold refrigerant passes through to reduce the temperature in your house.
If the evaporator coil breaks or gets dirty, chances are you are also inhaling dust. Call a professional to help you clean the coils regularly. If you want to do it yourself, it makes perfect sense to get adequate training.
Once a technician goes to your house, watch how to dismantle the AC and how to clean them. You should also know how to put them back together, and finally re-install them to their positions.
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