Electrician, Air Conditioning & Water Heater Services in Brea Ca
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Brea Electrical Repair
A customer in Brea Ca contacted us about a issue they were having with their bedrooms not getting power after doing a simple diagnostic we found that their arc fault breakers were in the off position. Arc Fault Breakers are a specialty breaker to detect arcing happening with in a electrical circuit. These are required by code to be installed within bedrooms. When Arc Fault breakers detect any type of arcing they are designed to shut off immediately to prevent any type of fire hazard that could happen within a electrical circuit. After a deeper diagnostic we found that a customer would use a older vacuum cleaner on this circuit which caused the specialty breaker to trip in the off position. Are you experiencing the same problems? We offer 24/7 service and a wide variety of electrical services. Brea Electrician Services is local, family owned and operated. All our expert electricians have been trained, have a license, and have been background checked. Safety is our primary concern and customer service is our top priority. We are the Electrician Brea Ca and provide electrical service you can trust.
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Air Conditioning Service
Air conditioning installs require the soldering of copper line-sets to the condenser and evaporator. Silver Soldering calls for a clean joint area by using a sand cloth to clean the copper surfaces. Silver Solder melts at about at about 1120 degrees F. and flows at about 1145 degrees F. This is accomplished by an acetylene torch needed for high heat. Acetylene is used mostly on hard-drawn copper tubing. The copper pieces that will be assembled should be heated sufficiently to have the silver solder adhere to them. Keep the torch with a slight feather on the inner core of the flame, moving the flame over the copper tubing and not staying in one place. A large soft flame will help the tip does not to burn through the fitting or the copper tubing being soldered together. When the dedicated electrical lines for both the condenser and air handler are connected and the copper line-sets are silver soldered together the proper procedures for pressure testing and filling of freon can be accomplished. These dedicated electrical lines require a designated circuit breaker for the condenser and air handler
More on Arc Fault Circuit Breakers
Conventional circuit breakers simply respond to overloads and short circuits; so they do not secure against arcing conditions that generate erratic, and commonly lowered current. An AFCI is monitering to ensure that regular arcs do not cause it to trip. The AFCI circuitry continuously keeps an eye on the current and discriminates between unwanted and normal arcing conditions. As soon as an unwanted arcing state is spotted, the AFCI Circuit Breaker turns off, therefore de-energizing the circuit and lowering the capacity for a fire to happen. An AFCI needs to not trip throughout normal arcing conditions, which could take place when a button is turned on or a plug is pushed in or pulled from a receptacle. Arc faults take place when there is a high-energy discharge in between conductors. Electricity can arc between broken wires. Arc faults can generate heat and will ignite any surrounding flammable materials. You can normally find these kinds of faults in damaged wiring that has been pierced or pinched. Even electrical cords that become damaged can cause an arc, this is why you should not utilize nails or staples to keep an extension cord in position. This is likewise why you must recognize where you place appliance cables so they are not ruined. Other arcing faults might simply be noticeable throughout an evaluation by our electrician. Wiring inside walls that have been harmed could induce arcing in between wires. Arcing can also take place if the insulation around the wiring has deteriorated.
Regular circuit breakers are not created to avoid arcing. They can not cease the arcing of electricity to stop a fire. Rather, arc fault circuit interrupters are used to stop arcing. They offer a higher degree of protection than routine circuit breakers. AFCIs are different from GFCIs. A GFCI would certainly protect somebody from electrocution or a risky electrical shock from a ground fault. An ACFI manages to identify arcs in between wires. It would certainly open up a circuit to stop the arc from continuing and avoid an electrical fire.
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