Air Conditioning Job Questions?

I work with the electricians in the past and wait until you crawl under floors to install ducts and meet snakes , rats , black widows , old dusty under the floor with insulation coming apart , yes wasp nest next or around the old roof top air conditioners, we had to do the wiring for some air condition contractors, wear a dust mask when doing field work

1. What is the optimal air conditioning temperature in an office? Why?

Most office buildings are best kept around 72 degrees but never ever does that make everyone happy but like I say if you are cold dress up and if you are hot dress downThere is a older large office building we have a service contract on and one day I was in the basement with a property management person and in this caged storage room there were over a hundred sweaters and everyone I picked up were women's style and sizes that had been left behind by women who had once worked there. The evidence proved what I already knew was that most women like warmer temperatures and they are more practical than men

2. IS it legal to have no air conditioning at your job?

Sadly it is legal but you could always sue him

3. Does my air conditioning have a problem?

I would suggest you to go for an experienced air conditioning service provider in your area. As, they use latest techniques to make your air conditioning system work properly

4. Can birds be in air conditioning?

You may have to get a heat lamp

5. Poll Survey: It's March 18th - Has your boss turned on the air conditioning in the office yet?

Lol...when I work, I am the "boss" that turns on the A/C. It's wonderful, because ours is temp controlled, like the heat, so I just flip it to 20 degrees for the summer once we hit the point that it's too warm outside to need the heat. I wonder if anyone is going to think of it while I am on mat leave... As a side note, I wish I was where you are. We are having our last bite of winter, and it's -5 here today :(

6. do auto shops to free estimates on diagnosing air conditioning problems?

at one time they did. These days, it's usually $19.95 for a system check. What that check will tell you is if it is charged, if the compressor is bad or if it's a fuse. Simple check for yourself, open the hood, have the engine running, have somone else turn the A/C on and off. If it tries to turn on, and stops quickly, it's usually under-charged. You have a leak in the system. Change all the seals for about $12. 00, then recharge the system. If it does not even try to start, there's a fuse or switch bad. A/C is actually very simple to trouble shoot, tho complex in operation. I hope it helps

7. Is the electric air conditioning cool fan on a 2003 Dodge Durango activated by?

Durango Electric

8. What are the current trends in Heat, Ventilation & Air Conditioning?

According to the latest report by BIS Research, one of the major driving factors for the HVAC industry over the years has been the rise of construction sector worldwide. Increased construction activity in residential, commercial, and industrial sector has increased the demand for HVAC products in the recent years. Government funded as well as private construction projects are on a rise due to rapid urbanization and increased private investments. Similarly, significant projects for housing societies, hospitals, and commercial sectors, among others, are under construction and in planning phase.Visit: Global Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Market

9. Why does air conditioning help allergies?

It does not specifically, and it depends on the allergy. Air conditioning dries the air out, part of the point of air conditioning; notice we call heating heating but we call cooling 'air conditioning'. To condition air we not only lower it's temperature but lower it's humidity as well, to create conditions that humans consider comfortable, and a byproduct of a drier environment is less mold growth, with mold being one type of allergen. Another factor is air conditioning and heating systems include filters to filter the air, and then the coil is wet, since we are dehumidifying, so some particulate that makes it past the filters ends up in the condensate and drains down and out of the system to be discharged outdoors.Typical filtration in HVAC systems that create comfort cooling is of medium efficiency, not designed to super-clean the air, mostly because it's not necessary and the higher the filtration efficiency the higher the pressure drop through the filters, so more fan power is required, and therefore electrical power and cost. I am not an allergy expert, but I understand pollen and such are relatively large compared to dust particulate and such, so maybe a lot of it gets trapped in the filters. As mentioned, air conditioning is not specifically designed to help allergies, but drier, filtered air might help.Why does air conditioning help allergies?

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