Agricultural products need their environment within specific temperature and humidity ranges for proper growth. Air conditioning units that are designed correctly for safely and correctly handling the pressures, temperatures and environmental loads of which they will be exposed to and what they will need to control is crucial. The systems have rotating equipment (e.g. fans) that are crucial to be aligned (i.e. rotational shaft alignment) to avoid vibrations that will emanate throughout the units and cause structural damage. This vibration, if not prevented, will become steady and exponentially result in greater damage. The continued vibration on the rotating equipment can lead to damage and leaks of the closed-circuit pressured refrigeration system. The design of the system with rotating equipment that is mounted and aligned correctly should run smoothly and not try to “walk”, “move”, or “vibrate” the components of the air conditioning system. The units should have specific maintenance procedures of how to clean and sustain it in safe and good operating order. These procedures come from the manufacturer and must be implemented by a qualified maintenance servicer. It warranty work is done on the units, they must be done by a qualified servicer using the appropriate (i.e. precision tools) needed. The units need to be correctly charged with refrigerant to correctly operate and avoid vibrations and excessive condensation or freeze up issues. The units shall correctly drain any water dehumidified as condensation correctly and not cause drain pan backups or heavy icing that can lead to warpage, vibrations, and damage to the units refrigeration coils (that can lead to leaks).