Perhaps the largest issue facing businesses is reconciling future goals with current demands. For instance, though it's easy to craft plans with lofty expectations, immediate needs like staying on budget and keeping costs low are more timely, and thus garner more attention. In many cases this is rightly so. However, when it comes to improving energy efficiency, it's important for companies to stay on the right track for the duration of their sustainability efforts.
Businesses may want to reduce operation costs by 20 percent in future years or create better energy standards internally in the next decade. These goals can be achieved through a variety of measures, including installing a new electrical system or investing in solar panels. However, these overhauls can be expensive and very time consuming – not to mention, the payoff may not be visible for some time.
Rather, many sectors in heavy-duty environments are relying on more pertinent methods of reaching their sustainability goals. In the case of refineries, chemical plants, commercial food storage facilities and other industrial settings, engineers are turning their focus toward HVAC equipment.
Because HVAC systems are vital to keeping temperature levels in line, their full operations are absolutely necessary at all times, or else significant problems can occur. HVAC units also require a large amount of energy to function, which provides building managers a clear path forward when determining where money can be saved.
By making minor modifications, real results can be achieved, and with huge benefits. HVAC systems work because the coils cool or heat air before it is released into a designated area. However, over time, these coils can become damaged and corroded.
By removing damaged parts and replacing them with Rahn coils, total HVAC output can increase, thus leading to less energy consumption. As a result, companies can have less of an impact on the environment while also keeping indoor air quality safe and up to standard.
Replacement coils from Rahn Industries are manufactured from aluminum or copper, with galvanized or stainless steel casings. Whether it's chilled water coils or booster coils, Rahn can make a customized selection that's tailored to a company's needs.
When HVAC systems are fitted with new coils, energy costs decline and businesses move one step closer to achieving their energy efficiency standards.
To make coils even more resistant to deterioration, coating services are available from Rahn as well.
Rahn Industries has a full lineup of spray and immersion (dip)/ Bake protective coatings to meet your needs.