Coil Cleaning / Restoration
HVAC System components become soiled in several ways. It might happen when particulate matter bypasses the air filters in the HVAC system. Microbial growth can also take place when moisture in the system contacts soil that contains spores or viable organisms. This growing microbial material can also be carried by the air stream to other surfaces and components, such as the coils.
There are a number of problems that can be associated with dirty coils. A dirty coil may increase power costs, while decreasing the ability of the HVAC system to work to its full potential. Dirty coils may also shorten the life of the HVAC system, while reducing the quality of a building’s indoor air quality.
Coil cleaning requires usage of HEPA filtered negative air machines when exhausting within a facility. Negative air machines must be operational continuously during the complete coil reconditioning process. Many NADCA members have years of experience cleaning HVAC system coils.
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