How do you know your air curtain has overheated?.
Air curtains are essential tools for maintaining a comfortable indoor environment while keeping energy costs low. However, like any other electrical unit it can overheat, causing damage and even fire hazards. This blog post will discuss how you can tell if your Thermoscreens air curtain has overheated.
Flashing light on the controller
If your air curtain has overheated you will see a flashing light on the wall controller. This is the first indication that your unit has overheated. It is important that the air curtain is turned off immediately and unplugged from the power source to prevent more damage.
An overheated air curtain can produce a burning smell. If you notice a strange smell, it could be a sign of overheating. Turn off the air curtain immediately and unplug it from the power source to prevent further damage. Let it cool down before you check for any visible signs of damage
Overheating can also cause the air curtain to make unusual noises. If you hear any strange sounds, such as clicking, buzzing, or rattling, it could be an indication of overheating. Turn off the air curtain and unplug it from the power source to prevent further damage.
Smoke or Sparks
If you see smoke or sparks coming from your air curtain, it is overheating. Turn off the air curtain immediately and unplug it from the power source. Smoke and sparks are signs of a serious problem, and you should seek professional assistance from the Thermoscreens team to diagnose and repair the issue.
If the surface of your Thermoscreens air curtain feels hot to the touch, it is likely overheating. Turn off the air curtain immediately and unplug it from the power source. Allow it to cool down before checking for visible signs of damage.
Tripping of Circuit Breaker
If your Thermoscreens air curtain keeps tripping the circuit breaker, it could be an indication of overheating. The circuit breaker is designed to shut off the power supply when it senses an electrical overload, which could be caused by an overheating air curtain. If the circuit breaker keeps tripping you should seek professional assistance to diagnose and repair the issue.
An overheated air curtain, although rare, can be dangerous, causing damage to the device or even fire hazards. Therefore, it is essential to be vigilant and observe any signs of overheating. If you notice any of the above signs, turn off the air curtain immediately, unplug it from the power source, and seek professional assistance to diagnose and repair the issue. Regular maintenance and inspection can help prevent overheating and prolong the life of your Thermoscreens air curtain.