On 20 Jul 2004 14:52:02 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org
..ummm howsat..u want a worm to teach?
IF I have this right, this is a self-help group for those
concerned to ask..and be told.
I fail to see where a professional has to explain the advice to
the nin-cum-poops who question the wisdom.
Ask and be told.
Thems the rules AFAIK.
The "acid rain" responses I read to date are also all BullSheet.
<CBHVAC>__[gawd bless that newbie soul]_,,,, is as close as the
reality of WHY you NEVER hose down Condenser sections as one can
Read that posters words carefully,,IF you want to save dollars
and equipment ..!
This is Turtle.
I will sume it up for you. You might shade it for it may make a very small
difference in the head pressure on a very hot day and will traslate to a very
small amount of electricity to be saved. It will not hurt it at all but could in
some way make a very small difference in the electricity it would use. Now to
say the least here. it could help out the Paint job on the metal to look better
down the road like a car in a carport. Any saving would be in the very small
area of savings.
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It can help, but I doubt it you will get anything close to a 10%
improvement. It also can hurt if you are blocking the air flow. The really
important part is the air flow. Frankly just changing the direction from
which the air comes in so that you may draw in cooler air is likely to make
a much greater difference.
In any case, do nothing to block the flow of the air.
As a note to the comment of dripping water on the coils. That will, at
first, reduce cost, but, unless it is very carefully engineered it will not
help long. The deposits and damage to the coils will soon cause a much
You must not get the rain water we get around here. However your
situation, if you have very clean neutral rain water, that would come under
the "..carefully engineered" clause. I might suggest that if you have acid
rain, that can also be a problem even if it does not appear to leave
ALL rainwater contains something...other than water. Even what is considered
clean rain has a PH of about 4.5....
Urine....starts at 6.5...and you know what dog piss does to a unit...
Yea...lets dump tons of rainwater on a coil....
Well gee, it seems you have clipped out all the correct accurate
information presented in all the replies (except mine for some reason) and
substituted some silly remarks. That sure sounds like a troll to me.
We only have about 4 feet between the house and the fence (property line)...
I wonder what type of deciduous tree or shrub I could plant here in Regina
(Saskatchewan, Canada)? Only 4 feet of space for a tree or shrub??
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