Refrigerant is a chemical designed to produce fluctuations in temperature under different pressure conditions. It moves from gas to liquid and back to gas as it circulates throughout the coils and compressor, and its an essential part of your AC’s cooling process. While there are have been many advances in refrigerant technology over the years, one important aspect of the refrigerant cycle remains the same. During the installation of your air conditioning system, your refrigerant needs to be “charged” properly. This means that there is sufficient refrigerant within the closed circuit to give you the cooling you need. Low refrigerant charge can lead to significant problems, and is the subject of today’s post. At Pompeii’s Plumbing & Heating, we strive to ensure that your home is always comfortable. Give us a call today to find out more about how we can improve your air conditioning system in Cleveland.
Let’s look at some of the negative effects of low refrigerant:
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