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You should not charge gas or refrigerant if your AC works well or even at lower performance level. There are many components in AC which might degrade the performance such as compressor, condenser and capillary tube. You should first consult technician of refrigeration and air conditioner or can take experts suggestions from [https://plus.google.com/103587002729772197042/about|amtek air reviews]. Do not simply blamefill gas when your AC's performance is down. Filling or charge gas/refrigerant on your own is very RISKY. Some refrigerants are very toxic. It may harm to your health too.
You should not charge gas or refrigerant if your AC works well or even at lower performance level. There are many components in AC which might degrade the performance such as compressor, condenser and capillary tube. You should first consult technician of refrigeration and air conditioner or can take experts suggestions from [https://plus.google.com/103587002729772197042/about|amtek air reviews]. Do not simply blamefill gas when your AC's performance is down. Filling or charge gas/refrigerant on your own is very RISKY. Some refrigerants are very toxic. It may harm to your health too.
 
Now coming to the procedure, You should do the followings to charge the gas in AC.
 
1. First find out the outlet with valve where we can exhaust the gas from AC.
 
2. You need to evacuate the system by vacuum pump. This involves removal of moisture and air entrapped during exhaust process.
 
3. Get mass flow meter ready and connect it in line between compressor and charging cylinder. Start the charging process initially slowly and then at required rate. You cannot fill more than recommended quantity as pressure-volume relation might change the phase change process for refrigerant.

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You should not charge gas or refrigerant if your AC works well or even at lower performance level. There are many components in AC which might degrade the performance such as compressor, condenser and capillary tube. You should first consult technician of refrigeration and air conditioner or can take experts suggestions from [https://plus.google.com/103587002729772197042/about|amtek air reviews].  Do not simply blame gas when your AC's performance is down. Filling or charge gas/refrigerant on your own is very RISKY. Some refrigerants are very toxic. It may harm to your health too.

Now coming to the procedure, You should do the followings to charge the gas in AC.

1. First find out the outlet with valve where we can exhaust the gas from AC.

2. You need to evacuate the system by vacuum pump. This involves removal of moisture and air entrapped during exhaust process.

3. Get mass flow meter ready and connect it in line between compressor and charging cylinder. Start the charging process initially slowly and then at required rate. You cannot fill more than recommended quantity as pressure-volume relation might change the phase change process for refrigerant.

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