What air temperature should my air conditioner produce?
The air temperature produced by your system depends on the temperature of the air going into it. Generally, the air produced should be 18°-20° below what enters the system. So if the entering air is 80°, the exiting air should be about 60°-62°. However, that only works on a system that has been running at least 15 minutes on a warm, dry day with a home that is about 80° inside. On a milder day, with an indoor temperature in the low 70′s, the air coming out may only be 15°-17° cooler than what enters.
For more information contact McDonald Plumbing, Heating and Air at (916) 233-4194.