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Aircon services was established by Warren Cardiff in 2017.Warren entered the workforce in 1986 as an apprentice refrigeration mechanic for his father’s company, Cardiff’s Refrigeration in the Lockyer Valley.
Warren worked up through the ranks as an apprentice, installer, service technician, project manager and then estimator, the work consisted of the repair, design, manufacture and installation residential, commercial, industrial air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
He moved on from the family business to gain experience in supermarket refrigeration and larger air conditioning systems. He then then took on a sales and design position for Topbrite, a leading duct and air diffusion company at the time.
Warren has fulfilled various roles within the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration industry for over 30 Years
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Plants should generally be kept from direct exposure to warm or cold air being blown from both the indoor and the outdoor unit.
Try to place plants out of direct drafts from both the indoor unit and the outdoor unit. It’s important that the outdoor should never have plants or any other material obstructing airflow.
At least 1m of space in front and 100mm behind the outdoor is required for trouble free operation. It is also a good idea to ensure that leaves and vegetation do not clog up the heat exchanger.
The unit should be placed on a firm level base. A qualified installer should be consulted to determine the need for securing bolts on a case by case basis.
It is always a good idea to strap the unit to a wall or the roof if it is not fastened down at the feet to minimize the risk of the unit tipping over.
Manufacturers have detailed information on how to locate their specific equipment, which is generally included in the installation manuals, however here is some information if no other information is available.
At the front (fan side) of the unit, no less than a distance of 1m is recommended for a small split AC and 2m for a large package AC. More would be preferable, at the back (non-fan side) of unit, no less than 100mm is for split AC and 200mrn for large package AC.
Note that all outdoor units not only need a minimum distance around them, but also must be located so that the discharge air they blow out can escape away from the unit.
New air can be taken through the unit. Careful consideration regarding location is required by an experienced installer.
The correct size unit for a room is not only decided by room area, but also many other factors. Qualified assistance should always be sought when purchasing a unit for a specific room size.
Yes, if your air conditioner is correctly sized and you know what your design zone is (the amount of area that your system was designed to cool or heat at a determined temperature), you can turn on that quantity of zones if it is cooler than the design temperature you can run more zones.
Alternatively, if you want to cool or heat up an area faster, you can isolate zone(s).
No, ice on the outdoor unit is not a problem. The unit has controls that allow it to monitor the ice buildup on the outdoor unit and will occasionally go into a de-ice mode to clear the ice. The full de-icing mode can last up to 30 minutes.
If the desired temperature been reached in the room space then the indoor unit will slow the fan but continue to circulate amount of air so to measure room air temperature.
This air is actually at room temperature but may feel ‘cooler’ because the indoor unit has stopped heating the air until the room temperature falls again.
When the indoor fan is set to auto and when the air conditioner is set to heating mode, the indoor fan can turn on and off automatically in order to provide the temperature conditions set by the user, and also to protect the unit from icing up and other potentially damaging conditions.