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Maintenance Methods

Routine Maintenance of Explosion-Proof Air Conditioners

Maintaining explosion-proof air conditioners is vital for ensuring their safe, reliable, and energy-efficient function. Accumulated dust on radiators from prolonged use impairs functionality, leading to reduced efficiency, increased operational currents, and potential electrical system failures that can damage the unit.

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Preventative maintenance is key to extending the life and performance of explosion-proof air conditioners.

A. Clean the air filter regularly.

After 2-3 weeks of use, the air filter should be cleaned. Pull the handle to remove it from behind the panel, vacuum the dust from the mesh, then wash with water below 40°C. If contaminated with grease, clean with soapy water or a neutral detergent, rinse, dry thoroughly, and reinstall.

B. Clean the panel and casing frequently.

Use a soft cloth to remove dust and dirt. For tougher grime, gently wash with a soft cloth dipped in soapy water or warm water below 45°C, then dry. Avoid harsh chemicals like gasoline or kerosene.

C. Clean the condenser fins periodically.

Dust build-up can impair heat exchange efficiency, so clean the fins monthly with a vacuum or blower.

D. For explosion-proof heat pump models, clear snow around the unit in winter to maintain efficiency.

E. If not using the air conditioner for over a month, run it in ventilation mode for 2 hours in dry conditions to dry the interior before unplugging.

F. Before restarting after a long shutdown, ensure the following: 1. The ground wire is intact and connected.

The air filter is properly installed.

The power supply is connected. If not, plug it in.

This guidance is suitable for various types of explosion-proof air conditioners, including hanging, window, and cabinet models, among other specialized units.



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