A malfunctioning HVAC unit can be the bane of a company's budget. With higher electricity costs and potentially harmful air quality as a result of poor-performing HVAC systems, businesses can suffer for a long time without even knowing the real culprit of the problem. In some cases, repair work may be needed.
For instance, a cracked header or a tube leak requires immediate attention or else a host of subsequent issues may occur. If excess water and gas are relayed into the HVAC unit, corrosion and mold formation can begin to happen in a matter of days. These factors then cause further reactions that can slow down the efficiency of the system and cause air quality and temperature control to decline.
If a problem is identified, then an engineer or technician should be brought in to assess the severity of the issue. Many times, small cracks can be resealed or welded back together, making the structure more stable and capable of functioning properly. However, it's important to note that repair jobs are not always the solution to every issue.
The cost of continual repair and maintenance requests can add up over time and become an even larger financial issue than the HVAC unit itself. It may be difficult to draw the line in terms of constantly repairing failing parts or simply opting for an upgrade.
Replacing old parts
If it saves time and money, then it's probably time to replace HVAC equipment that isn't up to standard. This is especially true in regards to updated efficiency standards and federal and state regulations. Not only does a company have to meet it's own internal needs, but the requirements of external organizations as well.
Many HVAC failures can be traced back to HVAC coils. And rather than settling for constant repairs, coils should be replaced in a timely manner to get the system working smoothly again. HVAC replacement coils are better suited to handle the demands of intensive environments while simultaneously revamping performance.
New coils are inherently stronger and constructed with more advanced materials and technology – not to mention, coils can be coated to extend the equipment's lifespan and durability.
With HVAC coil coatings, coils will be less in need of future repair and can work more efficiently in tandem with the rest of the HVAC system.
Rahn Industries has a full lineup of spray and immersion (dip)/ Bake protective coatings to meet your needs.