20-Point Planned Maintenance and Equipment Safety Check

  Exclusively for Florida – not available in the Panhandle or the Keys
Licensed and Insured CAC1815433

 

Just as you would have yearly service performed on your air conditioning system, regular inspection & maintenance of your AquaCal® heat pump will ensure the highest operating efficiency while protecting your investment…potentially extending the useful life of your heat pump far beyond the warranty period.

AquaCal’s expertly trained factory service technicians conduct comprehensive maintenance and equipment safety check procedures that are designed to better ensure your heat pump operates efficiently and reliably when you need it to, providing maximum pool and spa enjoyment!

20-Point Planned Maintenance and Equipment Safety Check

  Exclusively for Florida – not available in the Panhandle or the Keys
Licensed and Insured CAC1815433

 

Check Points

  • Clean Evaporator Coil
  • Check Contactor Points
  • Check Fan Capacitor Values
  • Clean Heat Pump Cabinet
  • Check Fan Blade Clearances
  • Check Flow/Pressure Switch
  • Apply Rust Inhibitors (As Applicable)
  • Verify/Check Air Flow Delta
  • Verify/Check Water Flow Delta
  • Check Fan Motor Amperage Draw
  • Check & Clear Condensate Drains
  • Check Compressor Capacitor Values
  • Check Compressor Amperage Draw
  • Check Internal Electrical Connections
  • Check Operating Refrigerant Pressures (As Applicable)
  • Check Ambient & Water Temperature Sensors
  • Check Proper Line & Control Voltage to Unit
  • Identify Insect & Rodent Issues Within the Unit
  • Identify Environmental Conditions of Concern: Run-Off, Sprinklers, etc.
  • Perform Operating Orientation (As Applicable)
Annual Maintenance & Safety Check Points:
  • Clean Evaporator Coil
  • Check Contactor Points
  • Check Fan Capacitor Values
  • Clean Heat Pump Cabinet
  • Check Flow/Pressure Switch
  • Check Fan Blade Clearances
  • Apply Rust Inhibitors (As Applicable)
  • Verify/Check Air Flow Delta
  • Verify/Check Water Flow Delta
  • Check Fan Motor Amperage Draw
  • Check & Clear Condensate Drains
  • Check Compressor Capacitor Values
  • Check Compressor Amperage Draw
  • Check Internal Electrical Connections
  • Check Operating Refrigerant Pressures (As Applicable)
  • Check Ambient & Water Temperature Sensors
  • Check Proper Line & Control Voltage to Unit
  • Identify Insect & Rodent Issues Within the Unit
  • Identify Environmental Conditions of Concern:(Run Off, Sprinklers, etc.)
  • Perform Operating Orientation (As Applicable)
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