Condenser and Evaporator Coil Cleaning

Best Coil Cleaning Company in NYC is the Most Reliable Coil Cleaning CompanyKeeping your evaporator and condenser coils clean is one of the most important things that you can do to stay cool in the summer months, reduce your overall HVAC maintenance and replacement costs and conserve energy.  We clean and service condenser and evaporator coils on industrial cooling installations.

Commercial air conditioning is a process that involves two heat transfer stages. First, the AC unit compresses a refrigerant chemical, a material with properties that allow it to change between gas and liquid states at moderate temperatures. At this stage, the refrigerant is a gas. As its pressure rises, it heats up. The pressurized and heated gas flows outdoors, through the condenser coil, and transfers much of its heat to the outdoor air through a coil that runs through an array of aluminum fins. This cools the refrigerant enough that it condenses back into a liquid and is why the outdoor coil is named a “condenser coil.”

Flowing back to inside portion of the air conditioning system, the liquid refrigerant passes through a valve and expands, evaporating into a gas once again. This area is known as the evaporator coil. This coil also runs through a series of fins to increase its surface area. The phase change from liquid to gas takes a lot of energy and the evaporator coil becomes very cold. Air blows over the coil via a fan and continues on through an air handler to become the cool air that you feel coming out of the registers throughout your commercial facility.

Top Coil Cleaning Company in NYC is the Best Coil Cleaning Company in NYAs you can probably guess, if these coils become dirty, you will start to experience all types of air conditioning issues. Whether it is on the indoor or outdoor unit, dirt on the coils will act as either an insulating blanket or an air flow deterrent. This keeps heat from transferring efficiently.

Loss of heat transfer = loss in cooling and increase in energy consumption.

Many water treatment companies subcontract coil cleanings to outside labor forces. The truth is, you never know who is going to show up to your facility to do this work. At Clarity Water Technologies, our field service technicians are in-house. We know how important this job is, and we know how to do it the right way.

Call us today for a free estimate: 888-616-3545