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Maintenance Frequency
Description Comment Daily Monthly
1. Compressor Check for undue noise or vibration and
high or low head discharge pressure.

2. Inverter Check frequency steps and linear

control of indoor units.

3. Crankcase Heater Check operation.

4. Solenoid Valve (Balancing Check operation when starting and

pressure, Hot gas bypass) loading/unloading.

5. Outdoor electronic expansion Check control of superheat in relation

valve to the inlet and outlet temperatures of
the heat exchanger.
6. Heat Exchanger Check for damage and/or dust
accumulation. Clean as necessary.

7. Fans and Motors Check bearings and lubricate as

necessary. Inspect and check on fan
guard covers and inspection plates.

8.Solenoid Valves, High Check operation

Pressure Control & Liquid,
9. Pressure Sensor Check suction pressure for cooling
and discharge pressure for heating.

10. Pressure Switch. High Check for operation.

11. Pressure Switch. Low Check for operation.

12. Thermistors Check readings.

13. Refrigerant Charge Check for leaks where accessible.

14. Refrigerant Pipework Check for vibration and rectify any

loose or inadequate support/fixing.

15. Insulation Check condition. Repair and reseal as

16. Electrical Check for damage to flexible conduits.
Tighten all terminal connections.
Isolate local control panel and inspect
for overheating. Check integrity of
electrical insulation.
Quarterly H Yearly Yearly NOTES
x Check against operating
pressure tables, and record.

x Voltage open no voltage


x 0 pulse close, 2,000 pulse

full open. When cooling stops
200 pulse. When heating stops
x Dopulse.
not use CFCs (refrigerant)
for cleaning fins.

x Ensure that all bolts, screws etc

are in place and tight.

x Overheat/overload protection.

x Check fitted securely.

x Opened when the pressure

exceeds 27.5+/- 1.0 kg/cm.
Closed 20.0 +/-1.0 kg/cm2.

x Opened when the pressure

drops below 0+/- 0.2 kg/cm.
Closed 0.6+/- 0.2 kg/cm.

x 3.5 ~ 360k
3.5 ~ 400k
x Pay particular attention to
bolted and flare connected
joints. Any significant shortfall
or frequent topping up may
indicate leakage and should be
reported to client. CFCs must
not be released to atmosphere.

x All pipework joints should be

brazed or welded. To prevent
internal scaling use dry, oxygen
free nitrogen (OFN) during the
jointing process.

x Check all fuses for correct

amperages. Pay particular
attention to contactors and
terminals including thermistor
controls in compressor terminal