Technical Corner: Energy Saving Tips

Patented First Strike MicroCoat is an ultra thin coating that is sprayed onto the coils after cleaning. It keeps coils clean and at high efficiencies for 8 times or more than coil cleaning alone.

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Companies and individuals alike are looking to save money where we can, especially if we don’t have to give anything up to do it.

An important, but very frequently overlooked area is cooling coil efficiencies. Since dirty coils account for up to 30% or more of energy consumption costs, improvements in this area can result insignificant savings each month by improving the bottom line.

What’s the catch you might ask?

None. Dirty coils insulate, and insulation is like wearing a inter coat in the summer and wondering why you are turning up the AC to get cool. Lets just get rid the insulation!

In the old days, getting rid of the dirt ( insulation) meant downtime and maintenance labor for cleaning coils. But there is a much better way.

Patented First Strike MicroCoat is an ultra thin coating that is sprayed onto the coils after cleaning. It keeps coils clean and at high efficiencies for 8 times or more than coil cleaning alone.

No wondering if your coils are clean. No spending valuable maintenance man hours to clean dozens of coils. No odors coming from the HVAC coils.

Can a building really save money by keeping coils clean? Take a look at the ASHRAE Journal published study on dirty coils (one year after cleaning) and significant improvements in energy by the owner. Now, if we were talking about a home AC unit where we save $1 or so, that is one thing. But in commercial buildings the stakes are much higher, and savings of thousands of dollars per amount are more likely.

Call us today for the supporting ASHRAE Journal study.

lynn
Lynn Burkhart is the founder and president 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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