Air Conditioning Repair Calabasas
Calabasas Air Conditioning Service and Repair
To be without air conditioning in Calabasas during the hot Southern California months of June, July, August, September, October and November this year 2011 is to put you and your family under potential heat duress, as the temperature inside your Calabasas home can easily get above 110ºF in the middle of the day making it extremely uncomfortable to stay inside during the afternoon - evening and almost impossible to sleep comfortably at night.
Calabasas Air Conditioning Repair technicians are highly trained, capable and available to service your current air conditioner or recommend an alternative air conditioning system if you need one. Our Calabasas repair technicians know the most recent manufacturer’s diagnostic techniques and methods to determine the best approach to cooling your Calabasas home and the most cost effective parts and equipment to meet your Calabasas air conditioner needs.
Calabasas Air Conditioner Repair System Operation
The expert technicians at Calabasas Air Conditioning Repair Service are pleased to share the following technical information that explains the major components of an air conditioning system and how most Calabasas air conditioning systems work.
One of the main components of an 91302 air conditioner unit in Calabasas is its pump compressor that compresses low pressure refrigerant gas into a high pressure, high temperature gas. The Calabasas air conditioner's 91302 compressor, as it is more commonly known, is in the outdoor portion of an air conditioning system, often located outside a bedroom window. This high technical Calabasas compressor is a high pressure pump driven by an electric motor in a residential or commercial setting.
Another one of the main components of a Calabasas air conditioner unit is its condenser, also known as the condensing unit. In a typical Calabasas unit setting it is a condensing coil through which a high temperature, high pressure refrigerant GAS flows, and over which a fan blows air to cool the refrigerant gas back to a LIQUID state (thus transferring the heat from the refrigerant gas to the air being blown by the Calabasas unit's fan). The Calabasas 91302 condenser unit is basically a coil of finned tubing and one Calabasas unit fan to blow air across the coil. It is the unit's condenser that changes the state of the refrigerant from a hot high pressure gas to a cool liquid that releases the heat that was captured from the house (building) and releases it to the outside cooling the indoor Calabasas rooms.
The Calabasas air conditioning systems metering device has the responsibility of dispensing the liquid refrigerant into an evaporator coil. The Calabasas unit's metering device is sometimes a simple thin section of tubing, also known as a capillary, and other times it is a thermostatic 91302 expansion valve that includes a temperature sensing control that is able to open and shut the device against the refrigerant's flow in Calabasas.
One of the requisite equipment parts of the Calabasas air conditioning system is the evaporator coil, also known as the cooling coil. The cooling coil is usually a section of finned tubing that looks like a car radiator in Calabasas and it is here that the liquid refrigerant is metered and allowed to evaporate from a liquid condition to a gas condition inside the evaporator coil. This conditioning change from liquid to gas in which the coil absorbs heat and the 91302 cooling evaporator coil surface and then cooling indoor Calabasas air is blown across the cooling coil.
The Calabasas air handler and blower unit provides a fan to blow the room air (building air) across or through the evaporator coil. The air handler blowing unit fan moves the house air in Calabasas across the evaporator coil surface in order to condition the house air by cooling it, and thereby removing the Calabasas moisture from the cooled air.
The Calabasas air conditioning system has a 91302 circular duct system that distributes the conditioned air from the air handler into the occupied space of the supply ducts and that also takes the air from the occupied space and returns it to the Calabasas cooling system's air handler.
The last component of the Calabasas air conditioner system are the controls that include on Calabasas room thermostat, electrical switches, fuses and circuit breakers, a condensate handling system and air filters.
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Update July 15, 2011: Be sure to change your air and heating filters this month!