I have read where using water on a condenser will lower in the inside temp @ the vents as mush as 4-6 degrees!
I have ALSO read to only use tap water to clean the condenser coils, not to use them in the cooling process all the time. Lime scale build up that will occur and cause poor heat transfer.....I get that......
So how about running a single line over the compressor dome say w/a misting jet to help cool the refrigerant before it enters the evaporator?
One can run a water line w/a auto valve solenoid and tie it into the motor stater contractor.....when the unit is on the valve opens and unit shuts off the valve closes. Only direct water on the top of compressor......will this be a good idea?
How about the evaporator condensed water (condensate) gravity feed from the unit in the attic (my case) down to the condenser compressor dome.....is that a good idea???
I see this on Youtube all the time....Techs charging a unit pouring water on top of the compressor to speed up the charging process......well how about do this all the time.....especially during the summer