If your residence has a centralized cooling system, the main lines connecting your residence to the outdoor condenser unit come in two varieties: a smaller sized liquid line as well as the larger suction pipeline. The liquid line launches heat via the copper piping and also really feels warm to the touch. The suction pipe is much cooler to the touch as well as lugs cooled down cooling agent that leaves the condenser to cool your house. Its insulation isn’t needed to release warmth, but it does need to be safeguarded from damage that can take place outside of the pipe, like rocks kicked by lawn mowers or squirrels damaging at the pipe.
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install mini split line set covers
To shield your cooling suction line, start by determining its size with a measuring tape and also cut a suitably sized foam pipeline insulation sleeve to fit around it snugly. Add about a half-inch to the measurement length to compensate for any type of tightening and expansion of the pipeline, after that slip it over the line. Use a small brush of ArmaFlex 520 BLV adhesive to secure the joint, then push it with each other. If making use of unslit sleeves, apply protecting tape along the slit to secure it and after that push the sides of the sleeve together to join them.