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There are AC technition telling owners that there R22 Systems are obsolete, or that they can not get R22 because it is been discontenued.

DON'T BE FOOLED by these guys

After Meeting with our Recearch team we are glad to inform you that Dupont now makes a freon called MO-99 and you no longer need R22 to run your system

MO-99 is a direct drop in for R22 Systems no modafacation is needed!

That meens as long as we can get parts for your unit we can keep it running and save you from the expence of installing a new unit.

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Installation of a larger A/C system

A properly sized air conditioner will cool and dehumidify your home. An air conditioning system that is too large will not dehumidify the air and an air conditoning system that is too small will not keep your house cool on the hottest days. The air conditioner size should not be based on the size of your home alone there are other parameters that should be taken into consideration such as local outdoor temperature, humidity, windows that let in heat from the sun, Ceiling heights, insulation, and the number and lifestyle of your home's occupants. If cooling the home has always been a problem, perhaps a Heat Load Calculation in your home could help understand and improve your air conditioning system performance.
Over 70% of the homes in the US have been reported to have improper air conditioning duct size, undersized returns, Poor airflow, High velocity air flow causing noisy registers, improper duct size distribution, duct leakage.

What the technician needs to calculates is the load capacity, including your duct system, many times the air conditioning duct system is leaking withdrawing heat or loosing cool air into the attic. If the capacity is too small, then the heating and cooling system will work too hard and too long, wearing out the parts of the system and wasting energy. On the other hand, if the capacity is too large, the system will cycle on and off too rapidly, leaving humidity in the air and failing to keep the air inside at a desired temperature. A heating, ventilation and air conditioning system or unit of the wrong capacity for your home or business can directly result in wasted efficiency adding to the cost of your electric bill and other consequenses.

Most Contractors
Either Don't Know, or Don't Care!

Many if not most homeowners who buy new high efficiency heating and cooling equipment don't get what they pay for. Utility bill savings are often minimal,
and comfort and unhealthy air problems can worsen.
Researchers state this is due to improper sizing, pre-existing duct problems, and poor installation practices.
This is almost entirely due to contractor ignorance.
Homeowners rely on contractors, but very few of them are even aware of what they don't know about comfort system performance. And even more sadly, we find that many contractors simply don't care. Many just want to sell you a new metal box, hook it up, get it running, and move on.

 

Going Green in the HVAC Air conditioning industry.

If you have not yet decided on why to upgrade an old air conditioning system, costly repairs and efficiency is not your concern, maybe reading the following article may help you understand why Penguin Air recommends replacing an old air conditioning system that are leaking R22 refrigerant into the atmosphere, for a new efficient system that will not only save you money on untility bills as well as hold parts and labor warranty but also contribute to saving the global environment.


A study by the United States Department of Energy discovered that HVAC technology amounted to the conservation of one-third of the nation's annual energy consumption is for heating and cooling systems. Taken from a bullitin posted by Mcquay air conditioning, along with space flight and computers, refrigeration made the "top ten" list of greatest inventions of the twentieth century. Without it, we would not have food preservation as we know it; nor would high-rise office buildings, modern health care facilities or schools be the comfortable places they are today.
But by the mid-1980s, the world recognized that common air conditioning refrigerants were severely damaging the Earth's ecology. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is slowly doing away with air conditioners that spout hydrocarbons R-22 refrigerant, which deplete the ozone layer. The EPA agency has stablished as of 2010 banning manufacturers from making units with a refrigerant known as R-22, commonly used to cool residential and commercial spaces.

"Green" refrigerants are available today for both large and small systems.
Large cooling systems, including all positive pressure centrifugal and screw chillers, are now being designed for HFC-134a and HFC-407C. In small systems those
under 100 tons HFC-410A has become the main replacement for HCFC-22.

 

  1. Clean or change your A/C filters once a month. A clogged filter makes your A/C work harder and may cause the system to break down.

  2. A standard air conditioner filter work well to keep your system and its ductwork clean, but they don’t really improve indoor air quality. To do that you need a media filter. The media filter rests between the main return duct and the blower cabinet and will improve dust and particle removal by seven times that of a standard furnace filter. However, upgrading to a pleated media filter will remove everything from insecticide dust to airborne viruses from the filtered air.
    A media filter can have a life exceeding two years, and its only drawback is that its tight fiber weave can cause your furnace to have to work harder to blow air through the house. Always choose a filter that matches your blower’s capacity.

  3. Maintain proper airflow through your system. Keep the interior doors and vents open to help your A/C circulate air more efficiently.

 

Controlling Allergies in your Air Conditioning System


keeping clean filters can help minimize exposure to allergens from your HVAC system. Installing higher merv filters into your air conditioning system can improve the air quality of your home or business.

Filters are measured in MERVs these filters range from 1 to 20, with 20 providing the highest level of particle filtration.

Types of HVAC Filters installed in the air conditioning systems
Other things to know about HVAC filters include the following:

Flat panel filters. These filters, put in place by most air conditioning systems today, it is what comes standard on most all units manufactuctured today, these filters generally have a rating of one to four MERVs, and are designed to protect the air conditioning system air handler, ducts and most importantly dirt build-up on the air handler evaporator coil fins but it is not design to improve indoor air quality.

High efficiency filters. These filters have MERV ratings of 14 to 16, can remove smaller particles than pleated filters.
HEPA filters. High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters have MERV ratings of 17 to 20.

 

 

Can Health problems be caused by mold on my
Air Conditioning System?


How can I tell if there is mold in my air conditioning system, or should I test my home for mold?
Indoor mold growth can usually be seen or smelled. In most cases, if visible mold growth is present. There are no health or exposure-based standards that you can use to evaluate a mold sampling result. Sampling for mold in the air should only be done by experienced professionals. One good way to observe if mold is present in the air conditioning system is to have the air conditioning air handler door removed to observe moisture. Air conditioning ducts can have a great deal of mold if they are not sealed properly and begin to sweat within the duct liner. When opening the air conditioning system's air handler, look for visible mold growth.
Checking around the Air conditioning system's air handling units or air conditioners furnace area where the evaporator coil is located would be a good place to start as the evaporator coil condensates into the air conditioning drain pan look for moisture or standing water. Routinely inspecting the evaporator coils, liner surfaces, drain pans and drain lines is good practice, it is why we always recommend routine preventative maintenance. Air conditioning Preventative maintenance is not just a mechanical A/C tune-up to prevent future Air conditioning Repairs but it is also to have a professional HVAC Technician inspect on a routine basis your air conditioning system operation and conditions.
Searching areas in the air conditioning system where you notice mold odors could be a good way of finding mold evidence (it is recommended that only a trained air conditioning professional technician should inspect the AC system) if this odor persists in most cases you can smell an earthy or musty odor, you may have a mold problem.

There are four kinds of health problems that come from exposure to mold: allergic illness, irritant effects, infection, and toxic effects. For people that are sensitive to molds, symptoms such as nasal and sinus irritation or congestion, dry hacking cough, wheezing, skin rashes or burning, watery or reddened eyes may occur. People with severe allergies to molds may have more serious reactions, such as hay-fever-like symptoms or shortness of breath. People with chronic illnesses or people with immune system problems may be more likely to get infections from certain molds, viruses and bacteria. Molds can also trigger asthma attacks in persons with asthma. Headaches, memory problems, mood swings, nosebleeds and body aches and pains are sometimes reported in mold complaints, but the causes of these physical symptoms are not yet understood. The toxic effects of certain molds are not well understood, and are currently a controversial topic in the medical and scientific community. There is evidence of specific long-term toxic effects from eating foods with mold toxins. Unfortunately, very little is known regarding the actual health risks from breathing in or skin contact with mold toxins. Allergic disease is now considered the most likely health problem related to mold exposures.

 

 

Control Allergies by performing HVAC Maintenance

Controlling Indoor Allergens: Regular HVAC Maintenance
It is important to change filters regularly — as recommended, or every two months during use — and follow any maintenance instructions recommended by the air conditioner system's manufacturer. If you suspect mold may be growing inside your air conditioning system, you may want to consider having the air ducts cleaned.

If you see mold particles growing near the ducts or on other components of the system or if you smell a musty or moldy odor coming from your vents, consult a duct cleaning professional to check for an accumulation of mold.

Another thing you may want to consider when building a new home or replacing your existing HVAC system is a unit that replaces indoor air with filtered outdoor air.

"Some HVAC systems actually draw in air from the outside to the inside to help with the ventilation. Increased ventilation in your home can help reduce mold growth and other sources of indoor pollution.

Have your A/C installation or repair done right!

A recent study by a major electrical utility found that 79% of newly installed systems had either significantly too much or too little refrigerant gas. In fact FPL reports a large number of complaints from customers with high utility bills, poor duct work, improper installation reduces the amount of cooling created, and often causes premature failure of the new system.
It takes time and training to correct the refrigerant gas charge, proper soldering, flushing out refrigerant lines from minerals contaminents, check each plenums for rot or mold, proper glue seal all duct joints, A181 tape and mastic, vacuum down with a micron gauge to ensure proper microns before releasing the new refrigerant into the system, checking proper supply and return differentials and the list goes on for each installation.

 

The air conditioning system, surprisingly is the least thought of, but is truly the hardest working and one of the most expensive component in the home, and business not to mention the quality of air that you and your family breathes.

 

 


We service all major brands.

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