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01 Sep

Fall Maintenance Tasks

On this first day of September, as summer months are coming to a close, it is important to look closely at HVAC equipment that has been online and working hard through the summer months. Owners and operators should inspect their evaporative cooling equipment and begin ordering preventative maintenance and repair parts that are necessary for fall shutdown or can be cycled off during the upcoming cooler parts of the year.

What should you specifically be looking at? Justin Peters, Manager of our Aftermarket department, tells customers, “Focus first on heat transfer surfaces – the fill and/or coils, followed by the mechanical equipment, and then the water distribution system.” Peters also added, “It is important to start looking into this now, so that if a temporary shutdown is necessary, it can be scheduled. By preforming the scheduled maintenance now, before spring start-up, the job won’t be rushed and repairs can be done more effectively and efficiently.”

Aren’t comfortable doing your own inspection? Want a second opinion? Contact your local BAC Representative!

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