Facts:

Equipment operating with dirty coils can use up to 37% more energy than those with clean coils. Additionally, a dirty system’s cooling capacity can be reduced by as much as 30%

More Dirty Coils Waste Energy and Cost Money

Heat Exchangers, Chillers, Evaporators, Condensers, Generator Fans and Air Exchangers all have cooling coils surrounded by fins that get plugged up over time with dirt and other debris as air moves through them. This causes these expensive machines to work harder and use more energy. A coil fouled with dirt and grime cannot supply proper heat transfer and results in greater energy consumption.

FACTS: Equipment operating with dirty coils can use up to 37% more energy than those with clean coils. Additionally, a dirty system’s cooling capacity can be reduced by as much as 30%. Dirty coils increase operating pressure and temperatures that breakdown the compressor’s lubricant and can result in equipment failure. A failed compressor means no cooling, costly repair and expensive downtime to your operations.

Preventative Maintenance Pays For Itself

The best course of action is to clean them regularly. Conventional methods include pressure washing, compressed air, chemical sprays and disassembly. These methods can be either ineffective, can damage the equipment, are environmentally unfriendly, labour intensive and/or cost prohibitive.

Dry ice blast cleaning solves these problems!

Dry Ice Blasting Air Conditioning Coils - Before