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MAINTENANCE


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any businesses invest in a HVAC system yet fail to carry out the necessary upkeep. Like a car, a HVAC unit has moving parts in constant use and


so in order for the equipment to operate properly, it requires maintenance.


A correctly functioning HVAC system goes a long way in contributing to a comfortable, healthy and productive working environment, be it office, school, shopping centre or spa.


Similarly, in laboratories, medical facilities and museums and galleries, regulated humidification plays a vital role in storage and in the provision of a consistent indoor climate. M any of these sectors must adhere to rigorous humidification standards, whether for pharmaceutical products to meet quality control or to protect treasured exhibition items and artefacts from irreparable damage.


Reliable and optimised HVAC performance means


consistent indoor temperatures and balanced humidity levels. Disruption can take a huge toll on your bottom line and so regular HVAC maintenance can significantly benefit your operation.


Lower running costs An efficiently running HVAC unit that is correctly insulated


energy expenses, savings from efficient equipment operation can be substantial. In thi s respect, it can be argued that HVA C maintenance pays for itself since in addition to saving money by conserving energy, you are also reducing unnecessary


r epair costs and prolonging the lifespan of your unit. Indoor air quality


P roperly maintaining your HVAC system helps to prevent p roblems with indoor air quality. Air that is too moist or too dry can cause discomfort and potentially lead to health issues. Left unmaintained, a HVAC unit is a breeding ground for spreading dust, bacteria and allergens that can cause or worsen respiratory problems.


A dirty filter can also block the airflow in your ductwork, causing the system to work harder which shortens its life. E xcess moisture is another concern as it can lead to mould growth. Ensuring the unit’s air filter is cleaned regularly by a p rofessional allows occupants to breathe better and extends the life of the system.


  Keeping a unit up-to-date on all inspections and maintenance checks means any minor issue can be caught


the chances of having to pay for costly emergency repairs and helps to protect your day-to-day operation from being halted or hindered unexpectedly.


Research indicates that unmaintained units work 20% harder to produce the same amount of cooling or heating as a well-maintained counterpart. Less energy expenditure by the unit means less stress on the components and so with regular professional maintenance, a HVAC unit can last over a decade.


Andie Chessun , HygroMatik’s national sales manager and FETA’s Humidity Group chairman, explains the importance of HVAC maintenance and the mistakes to avoid.


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