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Studies have shown that A/C manufacturers can raise the efficiency of their equipment by using thinner copper in their evaporator coils. Heat transfers faster through the thinner copper, but this efficient tubing also leaks sooner. So we know that thinner tubing develops leaks sooner, but what is causing the refrigerant leak in the first place? The leaky cheaper, copper a/c coils that engineers studied had microscopic pin holes seemingly drilled throughout the coil tubing. The culprit was formic acid. A form of Formicary Corrosion.
Formaldehyde in the home can convert into Formic Acid on the a/c coil. It is extremely mild, but over a period of 5 years, it will produce pinholes in copper tubing. We call this process formicary corrosion. If you have researched indoor air quality, you’ll know that formaldehyde is a major pollutant in our homes. An infamous case of severe formaldehyde in the living space was the FEMA trailer provided to Katrina victims. While less severe than a FEMA trailer, most homes have a measurable amount of formaldehyde in the indoor air, and this will always cause formicary corrosion and leaks. Unfortunately, no amount of air conditioner maintenance will prevent leaks. We can, however, reduce the amount of formaldehyde in your home with indoor air quality upgrades.
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