HVAC systems are not only susceptible to damage and malfunction from the interior, but on the exterior as well. When located in especially harmful environments where contaminants, natural elements and varying levels of air pollutants are nearby, HVAC units have a much higher chance of breaking down. In conjunction with becoming less efficient, particles and buildup can actually be forced into an enclosed area that was originally designated for its air-quality purposes.
A decline in indoor air quality isn’t the only aspect a building can suffer from, however. Energy waste will become more pronounced and the maintenance of the system will be negatively affected. Without proper coating, an HVAC unit is at risk of becoming corroded fairly quickly. Under extreme conditions, corrosion rates can double or even triple without an effective resistant coating prohibiting the effects of destructive elements, according to Vanguard Resources.
Furthermore, 4 out of 10 HVAC failures are directly attributed to corroded parts, according to CED Engineering. Every economic sector is reliant, in some part, to the full operation of an HVAC system to properly regulate temperature and air levels inside of a building. With such a high level of system failures, the necessity for quality coating services has never been more crucial.
Update buildings with new coating
Similar to coil coating, architectural coating is just as important in many situations. Cooling towers, vents, fan sections, heating units and a variety of other parts of a larger HVAC system should be painted over with an industry-leading coating that can protect against outside sources of wear. Rather than have a building exposed in the open, an architectural coating provides a buffer that is not only resistant, but also makes a unit cleaner and more appealing.
Large machinery and heavy equipment can also benefit from coating because it can increase the lifespan and durability of both the exposed parts and the interior functions of the item. Rahn Industries provides architectural coatings that are the industry standard for commercial and industrial settings.
Equipment can be cleaned, refurbished and protected against future corrosion with the application of Rahn’s architectural coating, which will make a building look brand new while cutting down on replacement costs and expensive repairs. Rahn also provides a variety of color options to choose from as well as a number of different commercial corrosion protection coatings services that enhance the performance of HVAC units.
Contact Rahn today for the top supply of coating materials.