In the event an HVAC system is no longer working at maximum capacity, there are a number of steps a company can take. For instance, the first move would be to identify the location of the problem and come up with a workable solution. However, not all businesses have the maintenance staff or engineers available to correct a technical issue, nor the financial resources to make such a large investment in potentially replacing the unit itself.
While it's usually not necessary to overhaul the entire system, in certain cases, major changes must be made or else serious health risks can appear – not to mention, a business will be losing a lot of money toward wasted energy.
Many performance issues are correctable if the proper precautions are taken. Because an HVAC system can only function at a high level if it is regularly maintained, scheduled updates and cleanings should occur.
But even then, timely cleanings will only go so far. That's where HVAC coil coating services comes in. Coil coating can solve a host of problems before they even start, which is why companies are more frequently turning toward this technique as a preventative measure.
What are the benefits?
An HVAC system working 24/7 will become subject to degradation and natural wear and tear. In many climates, the presence of small, grainy particles and contaminants trapped inside of an HVAC unit will negatively affect the indoor air quality of a building. Over time, these pollutants will cause corrosion and eat away at the coils themselves. Even high-quality metals can become weakened as a result of incessant exposure to harsh elements.
Applying a coating to coils will provide a durable layer of protection in the face of corrosion and rust. This process prevents particles from building up, which eliminates the conditions for bacteria and corrosion to set in.
HVAC coil coatings are a first line of defense against the harmful effects of rough environments. And without this step, companies put themselves at serious financial risk because it can costs millions to replace an HVAC unit.
Coated coils lead to greater energy efficiency as well because the system is more capable of heating or cooling the incoming air faster, thus leading to lower electricity consumption, and, in turn, a smaller carbon footprint. Using this approach is both a short- and long-term necessity.
Rahn Industries has a full lineup of spray and immersion (dip)/ Bake protective coatings to meet your needs.