Marine AC Maintenance Tips
Cruising the open blue is an enthralling experience. But when you're on those Florida waves, you need reliable cooling. While marine AC systems provide your vessel with cool air, they also remove excessive moisture, making your cabin a comfortable and enjoyable space for you and your guests.
If you don’t have a marine AC system for your vessel, then what are you waiting for? If you do, then here are some maintenance tips to keep your marine AC system up and running at full capacity, so you’re always ready to take sail.
- Filters Matter - The most basic and affordable thing you can do for your marine air system is to keep the filter clean. You can blow or wash off dust built up from the filter, or have it replaced entirely if need be.
- Flush The Condenser Unit - The condenser unit is a crucial component in your marine AC's function. However, seawater can be harmful to your condenser, so it needs to be chemically flushed at least once per year.
- Evaporator Inspection - If you see debris build-up or frost forming on your coils, it can affect your unit’s cooling. This can be addressed with an air blower--if that doesn’t work, then it’s time to call a professional!
At Beard Marine Group we offer a range of marine AC services to Dania Beach, Stuart, Key West, Coral Gables, Deerfield Beach, Jupiter, FL, and the surrounding areas. Working with the best marine AC manufacturers in the business, we are armed with an impressive inventory of quality air conditioning units for your vessel.
From self-contained units, chilled water systems, split gas air units, and more, we have the marine AC technology you need to stay comfortable aboard your vessel. We even offer emergency dockside services, so you never have to go without reliable cooling. Contact us today to learn more about our marine AC services!