Commercial air conditioning maintenance
Commercial air conditioning equipment maintenance has three main areas of focus:
The first and foremost focus is the health and wellbeing of the building occupants. The indoor unit while in the process of heating or cooling circulates the room air through its interior. There is a filter designed to remove the larger particles from the air which we clean and sanitise during our maintenance visit. We inspect and report on the soiling of the interior of the indoor unit and advise on when a major strip clean and sanitise is required. We flush out the condensate drain and add a chemical tablet to ensure there is no stagnant water sitting in the drain or indoor unit. This will ensure the system is always hygienic and improving the air conditioned environment rather than detracting from it.
The second focus is the reliability and longevity of the equipment. By cleaning and sanitising the component parts (particularly the moving parts) we extend the life of the system and improve reliability. We aim to catch problems before they occur thereby saving time, trouble and expensive equipment failure. Outdoor units have varying degrees of corrosion protection when supplied from the manufacturer. Equipment life is dependent on the quality of this protection and environmental factors such as proximity to the ocean or corrosive elements. If corrosion is left unattended the lifecycle can be dramatically reduced. During the annual maintenance the outdoor units are inspected for signs of corrosion.
The third focus on the issue of compliance under the Building Act. Thermo Tech is registered as Independent Qualified Persons (IQP) under the Act to carry our inspections of Mechanical ventilation and air conditioning systems for the purposes of the Building Warrant of Fitness (BWOF). This annual inspection and the maintenance inspections that lead up to it will be included in the maintenance program we design for you.
Thermo Tech taylor a maintenance programs to suit your equipment, operation and budget. Each maintenance visit is followed up with a comprehensive report and check list that provides valuable information on the condition of the plant.
All systems maintained in accordance with NZS 4302: Part 2.