Product Spotlight: Pancrete – Be Proud of Your Unit

CRT created Pancrete pan resurfacer. Pancrete is pourable and self-leveling, providing the condensate pan with a flat, level surface that does not corrode.

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After just a few years of service galvanized condensate pans start to corrode. Corrosion creates low spots in the pan where water can pool. This pooling accelerates the corrosion process and eventually causes the pan to leak. The standing water also promotes biological growth, blocking the drain and resulting in pan overflows. As can be imagined, both scenarios can result in extensive water damage and costly repairs.

To solve these problems, CRT created Pancrete pan resurfacer. Pancrete is pourable and self-leveling, providing the condensate pan with a flat, level surface that does not corrode. Additionally, Pancrete contains an anti-microbial preservative, which prohibits it from becoming a food source for microorganisms. Simply said, no food, no growth, no overflows.

For close to 15 years, Pancrete users have been thrilled with the results. Not only does Pancrete save thousands in repair and replacement, but it is easy to apply, requires limited downtime, and results in a finished product people are proud to show off. How many companies do you know that want you to look in their air handler units?

Well many of our customers are doing just that! Recently we added a section to our website showing off just a few of the thousands of Pancrete jobs performed over the years. Please visit http://www.cleanac.com/project-showcase, click on a company and see what Pancrete could do for you. And if you’ve already used Pancrete before and have a job you are proud of, please submit pictures and short description of the job to marketing@cleanac.com.

jonJonathan Dunagin, Marketing Director of Controlled Release Technologies, Inc. located in Shelby, North Carolina. More information about the company, and its products, can be found at http://www.cleanac.com and by calling (800) 766-9057.

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