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Neptune Air Conditioning, Inc.
575 Lexington Avenue, Fl 4,
New York, NY, 10022
Phone: 718.668.4507 Fax: 646.514.2780
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Call Neptune Air Conditioning at 646-863-2132 for
Air Conditioner Steam Cleaning, AC Steam Cleaning, Central System Steam Cleaning, Condensing Unit Steam Cleaning, Air Handler Steam Cleaning, Mini Split Steam Cleaning in
Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, New York, NYC
Air Conditioner is removed and brought to our shop
Comprehensive diagnosis is performed on the AC
Freon level is checked
Drain are checked and cleaned
AC is then disassembled completely
Coils & parts are steam cleaned with environmentally safe chemicals
Reusable air filters are cleaned and foam filters are replaced
Fan motor is oiled
Necessary components are painted to prevent rust
Air Conditioner is reassembled
AC is diagnosed once again to check the final
performance and amperage etc...
Final delivery and installation is scheduled and
performed per your convenience
All air conditioners including PTAC units, Central Air and Room AC, over time are a nesting place for black mold, and their blower wheels as well as their housings make great a place for black mold to accumulate.
Once you notice it on the vent (where the air is pushed out from the unit), or on the coil of the unit it is a warning to get your unit cleaned professionally. As you use your air conditioner or PTAC it removes moisture in the air through the evaporator coil, besides pulling warm air into the unit it pulls microbes and dust particles through it as well. As it does this the water runs down the coil to the base pan where it usually collects on a maintained unit it would drain out to the rear of the unit and then outside.
If the air conditioning unit is not maintained the drains would clog and allow for black mold to develop. It is in these water pools that black mold grows, and then their spores are passed along with the cold air through the ducts into the house. Black Mold is blown out every time an ac with mold is turned on. Blower Wheel Mold and dirt will attach itself on the blower wheel and be pushed out into the room when on. Dirt and mold Dirt and Mold attaches itself to the vent openings of the face. This is blown into the air.
Give us a call to avoid this from happening to you! We will come to your home or business and pick the PTAC or air conditioning unit for transportation to our shop to apply steam cleaning procedure. Once we have the air conditioner in our shop we will per below step-by-step in shop AC Steam Cleaning Process.
The coils: An air conditioning system has two coils, condenser coil and evaporator coil usually made of copper tubes with aluminum fins. The evaporator coil, or indoor coil, is often described as the "cold" coil because it provides indoor cooling. The coil works by absorbing heat from the indoor air that is blown over by the air handler's fan. The condenser coil or outdoor coil is the "warm" coil as it rejects the heat as a fan blows outside air over the surface. There are variety of coil cleaning solutions to clean both the condenser and evaporator coils.
Dirty Coils Waste Energy and Cost Money: A coil fouled with dirt and grime cannot supply proper heat transfer and results in greater energy consumption. Equipment operating with dirty coils can use up to 37% more energy than those with clean coils. Additionally, a dirty system’s cooling capacity can be reduced by as much as 30%. Dirty coils increase operating pressure and temperatures that breakdown the compressor’s lubricant and can result in equipment failure. A failed compressor means no cooling and costly repair.
Coil Steam Cleaning Frequency: A coil Steam cleaning program should be instituted when the coils are new, clean, and should be performed with a frequency to prevent deterioration of the coils. This can be as often as four times a year (monthly cleaning is reported in some areas). If they do not already exist, install easy to open panels to gain access to the coils. This will make easier access when coil steam cleaning is necessary.
What about the Condensate Pan?:The air drawn across a cooling coil contains water vapor which condenses and collects in a pan under the coil called a condensate pan. The pan is connected to a drain line to keep the pan from overflowing and causing damage to the air handler or other building structures. As it is generally wet, microorganisms can form colonies in the condensate pan. Cleaning the condensate pan and checking for proper drainage is an important part of the coil cleaning process.To help prevent growth of these organisms, the pan should be treated between cleanings with a biocide.
Solution: Neptune Air Conditioning has the solution. We offer a comprehensive AC steam cleaning, Air Conditioner Steam Cleaning and pressure wash for a variety of different HVAC systems. AC steam cleaning is the only effective absolute remedy. Please contact us for more information on pricing and services related to Steam Cleaning Process.
RULE OF THUMB:
AC Steam cleaning is recommended for every air conditioner at least every 3-4 years to keep the
good indoor air quality.