Naperville, Illinois - June 9, 2004 - The COIL-FLO HVAC Coil Cleaning Service, now offered by Nalco Company, cost effectively removes microbial contamination, dust, soil and debris so HVAC systems operate more efficiently and odor free.
Certified Nalco technicians are equipped with exclusive coil cleaning equipment and chemical technology that penetrate the inner core of HVAC systems without damaging them. Clean coils improve energy efficiency and can significantly extend HVAC equipment life. One facility study showed a 57% increase in air velocity after COIL-FLO cleaning and an air temperature delta improvement of 22 to 28.5F, resulting in energy savings of $8000 per 250 tons.
The COIL-FLO service is saving an 800-room hotel $6,000 per month in guest compensation by having eliminated odor and temperature complaints. Clean coils and properly functioning drain pans do not harbor odor-causing bacteria and allow HVAC units to operate at full capacity.
The 3-step COIL-FLO process includes cleaning of the coils, rinsing and a microbicide treatment. Thoroughly cleaned coils are not as susceptible to refouling so they stay clean longer, reducing the cleaning cycle frequency.
The COIL-FLO HVAC Cleaning Service comprises: oBefore and after photos oMeasurement of air flow improvement and temperature delta oEnergy savings calculation oAir filter replacement oReplacement of condenser drain pan maintenance tablets.
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Nalco is the leading provider of integrated water treatment and process improvement services, chemicals and equipment programs for industrial and institutional applications. The company currently serves more than 60,000 customer locations representing a broad range of end markets. It has established a global presence with over 10,000 employees operating in approximately 130 countries, supported by a comprehensive network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and research centers.