Household central air conditioners are more and more popularized for they are more comfortable than common spitted household air conditioners. While the installation of a household central AC system is much more complicated. You need to know these tips when you plan to add a new central AC system to your house:
1. Central Air Conditioners are fitted to big houses, not fitted to small apartments. Because the indoor units need to be concealed installed on the top, the central AC system need a lot of space. Those house with the height less than 2.7 miles are not good for a central AC system.
2. Installation of the central AC system should be carried out simultaneously with home decoration. Pipes and wires of central air conditioners are in the suspended ceilings. So they should be in place before the ceiling is finished.
3. Where to place indoor units of central air conditioners?
3.1 Indoor units shouldn’t be near heating appliance and evaporating appliance, e.g. electric heater, stove, furnace, etc.
3.2 Exhausted air from indoor units should be flow to where people often stay, and shouldn’t be blocked by something in house.
3.3. indoor units and control panels should be away from TV sets and audio systems at least 1 mile. Or there could be interference.
3.4 There shouldn’t be obstacles around air intakes of indoor units.
3.5 There should be spaces on both sides of and on the top of indoor units.
3.6 Indoor units shouldn’t be near high frequency equipment and high power equipment. Or they could be interfered.
3.7 Indoor units shouldn’t be on the top of other appliances.
4. Where to place outdoor units of central air conditioners?
4.1 Outdoor units should be placed near indoor units and where there is a good ventilation.
4.2 Outdoor units should be near flammable gas.
4.3 There should be places around outdoor units.
4.4 It’s better to avoid direct sunlight.
4.5 Outdoor units should be placed where exhausted air and noises won’t affect neighbors.
4.6 Outdoor units should be fixed tightly.
4.7 It’s better to avoid rain water.