If you're looking for a custom capacitor for a specific application, you've come to the right place. Our engineers develop the best possible capacitors for your application, including those with optimal electrical and mechanical properties. Additionally, we provide customers with options for water cooling. Read on to learn more about our services and the types of Custom AC Capacitors we offer.
To replace a capacitor, you must know the size and voltage rating of your current capacitor. Do not use a capacitor of lower voltage than your current one, or you'll put unnecessary strain on the capacitor. Besides, you'll need to label the wires before disassembling the old one. After you've dismounted the old one, insert the new one and connect the leads to the appropriate terminals. Then, switch off the power source and check the connection between the two capacitors.
One of the most common symptoms of a failing capacitor is a failed air conditioner that doesn't blow cold air. It may take a long time to start, make an audible clicking noise, and increase energy bills. Additionally, the unit may not stay on or turn on at all. A visual check can help diagnose the problem. These visual signs are common across all types of AC capacitors. If you suspect that your capacitor is faulty, contact a qualified HVAC contractor.
ACs are very high-powered machines that need a stronger boost in order to function effectively. The home wiring cannot supply the power needed for this, which is where Custom AC Capacitors come in. These devices kick-start the motor, which then cools the air. However, when it's time for the next cooling cycle, the capacitor will kick-start the air conditioner again and start cooling the home. In short, the Custom AC Capacitors are essential to the functioning of your air conditioner.