STEPS INSTALLING CENTRAL A/C
7) The duct above the furnace is removed to make room for the coil.
8) The coil is set in place.
9) The indoor refrigerant lines are brazed.
10) The flue pipe is re-installed.
11) The refrigerant lines are pressure checked.
12) The coil box is sealed from air leaks.
13) The refrigerant line is insulated.
14) The condensate piping is routed to the floor drain.
15) The thermostat is installed.
16) The controls are wired to the furnace.
17) The AC is started and checked.
1) The condenser pad is set
2) The condenser is set.
3) The electrician wires the disconnect.
4) The refrigerant lines are routed
5) The refrigerant lines are brazed.
6) The control wires are connected.
Dry nitrogen is used to purge the refrigerant lines while brazing, to keep them clean inside.
A tube bender is used to decease the number of brazed joints. Less joints means reduced possibility of leaks and a cleaner, drier system.
We pull a vacuum on the refrigerant lines to remove air and moisture. A vacuum guage confirms proper vacuum has been reached.
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