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AIRCON CHEMICAL WASH
A chemical wash refers to the practice followed when cleaning all of the air conditioning unit’s internal components. Cleaning means chemicals are used. The whole operation would require the removal of some internal portions of the aircon. This includes the condenser coils, filters, and evaporator coils.
Once the components have been removed, they get dipped into a chemical compound. Immersing them in the chemical solution helps remove any corrosive acids that are found in the inner sections. It also helps avoid any sticky debris that may be present.
The air conditioner technician may also need, in some situations, to flush a chemical solution into the inner drainage pipes. It’s strongly recommended that you only work with a highly regarded and accredited air conditioning company to ensure the best chemical wash results.
Choosing between non-dismantle and full-dismantle chemical cleaning
If you are servicing your air conditioner every 3 to 4 months, non-dismantle Chemical Cleaning is recommended. However, if your air conditioner hasn’t been serviced for more than 6 months, you can do a full-dismantle chemical cleaning.
Chemical Wash Service
In a chemical solution, the technician immerses the parts to ensure that any scales or dirt that has accumulated on the parts is dissolved. Using the chemical solution the pipes and drainage are flushed too.
The service technician will also perform some additional tasks, in addition to the chemical wash. They can also include checking thermostats and controls, and finally testing the air conditioning unit.
- Tests to ensure proper tightening of electrical contacts
- The front cover, plate, and filter are cleaned and inspected
- Purification, deodorisation, and filter testing
- Inspecting the discharge pressure and compressor suction
- Vacuuming the drainage system
- Inspecting and cleaning the indoor evaporator coil and drainage tray
Details of Air Conditioning Chemical Wash
In a chemical solution, the technician immerses the parts to ensure that any scales or dirt that has accumulated on the parts is dissolved. Using the chemical solution the pipes and drainage are flushed too. The service technician or company will also perform some additional work, in addition to the chemical wash. They can also include checking thermostats and controls, and finally evaluating the air conditioning unit.
This is the primary reason why in some cases the chemical wash is called a chemical overhaul. The purpose of this phase is to make sure the air conditioning unit returns to its original state. Getting a chemical wash done once every twelve months is great. When it comes to old units which have not been operating for some time, start with a chemical wash before installing them. The wash will help to greatly improve their condition.
Benefits of Having a Chemical Wash
You will come to notice a significant change in your air conditioning unit after the chemical wash. Any preexisting circumstances of leakage will be overcome. If there had been a bad odour before then it would go away as well. Therefore the chemical wash is a great way to get air circulating once again in your home.
Why Use Chemical Cleaning Solution?
Give the care you need to your Unit. When your aircon fails to achieve the desired temperature or has drastically increased its energy consumption, a chemical wash is required. A clean may also be needed when a small noise accompanies the turning of the aircon on. We will uninstall your machine with a chemical wash, and give it a comprehensive overhaul. The air flow will then be crisper, the fan coils and fins will be clean of the algae that have accumulated over time, and the condensation amount will be reduced.
All these are signs that a deeper wash is required by the unit. A cleaner machine is a more efficient machine which requires less capacity to achieve the desired temperature. This means the unit draws too little power, which means you’re paying less on utility bills. With help from our team, you can breathe better, sleep better and save on energy.
A number of chemical-based cleaners are used in this process to recondition and restore the unit to a cleaner, more effective state.
You may have gone without problems for a few years, and as such you have neglected scheduled servicing. This scenario is all too common and results in oil, dust, and dirt building up in different parts of the system. Our technicians will dismantle the fan coil and electronic control of the unit, and all parts will be meticulously cleaned using a specially formulated sanitising combination, leaving the unit dirt-free and looking like new.
What is aircon chemical cleaning?
A chemical cleaning cycle uses many cleaners based on chemicals to recondition and restore the machine to a cleaner, more productive state. Our technicians will uninstall the fan coil and electronic control of the unit, and all sections will be thoroughly washed using a specially formulated sterilising mixture, leaving the unit dirt-free and looking like new.
How much does aircon chemical wash cost?
The cost for 1 unit non-dismantle chemical wash is around $75 to $100. For 1 unit full dismantle chemical wash, it will cost $120 to $180.
Why should we use chemical cleaning solution?
Chemical cleaning capable of thoroughly cleaning your system including destroying all the pathogens that accumulate inside your air conditioning unit. This ensures everyone gets the air clean and healthy. A cleaner machine is a more effective system which requires less power to reach the temperature desired. This means the unit draws less energy, which means you’re paying less on utility bills.
When do I need to do chemical washing for aircon?
It depends on the actual conduct of usage and the circumstances surrounding the aircon. When your air condition fails to attain the optimal temperature or has started to increase its energy consumption, a chemical wash is required. We recommend that you do the chemical washing at least once a year.