The reason companies are in the market for new HVAC coils is because they provide real-world solutions to longstanding problems. In many cases, a business can gain a significant edge in the marketplace with a higher-performing HVAC system, especially if competitors offer very similar goods or services.
Because HVAC efficiency is a driving force in a number of industries, including oil refining, wastewater treatment and commercial food storage, it’s important that the best HVAC equipment is used at all times. Not only can contamination occur due to inefficiencies, but a full HVAC malfunction as well. When this occurs, businesses can lose ground to competitors while they scramble to come up with new solutions to problems that could have been prevented in the first place.
When damage is discovered in the coils, action should immediately be taken. With HVAC replacement coils, HVAC systems will have a new lease on life and perform at a much higher capacity. This doesn’t just mean saving money on utility bills, but rather allowing a company to correct issues quickly and move forward with its original business plans.
As a result, HVAC coils have become a hot commodity in today’s work environment. Commercial and industrial sectors depend enormously on how certain coils are designed and how well they hold up against high levels of pollutants.
A broader approach
New HVAC equipment is part of an even larger economic system that is driving global markets and new energy investments around the world. Because there are numerous regulations on energy efficiency and the environmental impact of certain industries, business owners are constantly partnering with engineers to keep their HVAC systems up to code. And these codes are frequently updated and revised by the U.S. Department of Energy to incorporate new technologies and advancements toward energy goals.
Businesses are able to kickstart their own sustainability programs and identify ways to turn energy savings into profit. This is accomplished by investments in clean energy because companies realize global trends are pointing toward new renewable resources due to their high-growth capabilities in the future.
A report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance indicated global clean energy investment increased 16 percent last year compared to 2013. In the last decade alone, investments expanded five times over, with increased competition forcing researchers and scientists to come up with more efficient solutions at a faster pace.
“Throughout last year, we were predicting that global investment would bounce back at least 10 percent in 2014, but these figures have exceeded our expectations,” said Michael Liebreich, chairman of the advisory board for Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
The advantages of optimized coils
As evident by such a growing demand for new energy sources, companies in the U.S. install new building automation controls and other advanced sensory technologies to better monitor and improve how well their HVAC units function. These modules can detect the slightest inefficiencies and relay this information back to engineers who can isolate and repair the issue. Typically, HVAC failures are traced back to HVAC coils because coils can corrode in a month’s time.
Replacing these coils can expedite the repair process and revitalize the once-failing system. Companies are now commonly taking advantage of HVAC coil coatings because this layer of protection keeps coils out of harm’s way. By reducing exposure to harsh elements and withstanding corrosion and cratering, coils are more durable and can lead to greater cost savings in the long run. This approach keeps HVAC systems efficient and allows businesses to invest more time and money toward profitable energy measures.
Rahn Industries has a full lineup or spray and immersion (dip)/ Bake protective coatings to meet your needs.