Enhancing your company's heat capacity is necessary for reducing electricity consumption and utility costs. In the process, total HVAC output will improve and money can be saved on unnecessary repairs and poor-performing equipment.
To achieve optimal temperatures, HVAC units must operate cohesively with the proper amount of ventilation, water, steam, refrigerants and pressure. Concerning heat, hot water or steam must be pumped through HVAC coils to heat the aluminum or copper coils themselves. This function is not always capable of producing perfect results if there are disruptions in the heating process or damages to the equipment.
In the case of HVAC booster coils, problems can occur rather frequently if necessary precautions aren't taken. For instance, if coils aren't resistant to high levels of pressure and temperature, then breakdowns can occur, leading to pinhole leaks, holes, cratering and malformations.
Particularly in the presence of hot water, rust and corrosion can set in if HVAC booster coils aren't coated with a hydrophobic layer of polyurethane. Solving these problems before they start is vital to maintaining pre-set temperature levels.
The ability to heat an enclosed area is served by HVAC booster coils' capacity to heat forced air at a high rate. Outside air is filtered into the system where it flows over coils. Depending on the temperature of the water flowing through the coils and how well the metals retain heat, the air will become much warmer.
HVAC booster coils work well because they are designed with multiple bends and folds, which increases the total surface area of the coils. This makes it more efficient to raise temperature levels because the air has a larger surface to come in contact with, thus increasing the capacity for heat transfer.
When this process is interrupted, it's most likely due to issues with the coils. Without identifying poor performance, these problems can be exacerbated over time. This damaging of coils will negatively impact the entire HVAC system and possibly put a strain on other functions. As a result, your HVAC unit can malfunction and fail completely.
To combat these effects, companies rely on the most advanced HVAC booster coils to maximize heat transfer. When a single deformity is evident in a booster coil, air can be passed over without fully reaching the temperature it needs to. In this case, your HVAC system may overcompensate for the lack of heat transfer by making other functions of the system work harder. Since most new HVAC units rely on building automation systems, temperature levels are set digitally and the unit will react to any variances inside the building itself. When air isn't warm enough, the system will continuously exert itself to raise the temperature even though the problem may lie in the booster coils. In turn, electricity will be used at higher rates and energy will be consumed unnecessarily.
That's why it's important to have the highest quality coils at all times. And with winter affecting a number of industries and businesses, maximized heat transfer is more needed than ever.
At Rahn Industries careful consideration is used to select and design the perfect coils for each job. With more than 30 years of manufacturing, design and engineering expertise, Rahn is an industry leader in the production of HVAC booster coils. Further, coils can be expedited to your front door in a matter days and can be created to your specifications with multiple manifolds and feeds. You can also choose to employ coil coating services as well for longer-lasting coils.
Rahn Industries has a full lineup of spray and immersion (dip)/ Bake protective coatings to meet your needs.