In 1992, Advanced Distributor Products (ADP) began manufacturing coils in a section of the Heatcraft OEM coil facility. In 1996, the company moved into a new 325,000-square-foot facility, followed by a 54,000-square-foot addition. One of its coils is the brand-new Healthy Solutions Premium Evaporator Coil.
Is there something else contractors should do besides clean the coils to improve their performance? Are there other steps that can be taken? We’re glad you asked, because several experts offered their opinions concerning what contractors can do to optimize coil performance.
Manufacturers purposely design condenser and evaporator coils to work together in order to provide the best possible cooling for an application. So why would anyone consider replacing one coil and not the other? Why would anyone be tempted to oversize or undersize one component when the other isn’t designed for that capacity?
The 2003 Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) had all sorts of cooling equipment on display for commercial applications. Several manufacturers offered new packaged products designed to provide dehumidified air to commercial spaces.
An incredible number of duct products were on display at the 2003 Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo). The AHR Expo also handed out its Innovative Awards to several manufacturers of duct products.
The weather outside was cold and snowy, but inside McCormick Place at the 2003 Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo), contractors were interested in what manufacturers were offering in the way of new residential/light commercial air conditioners.
Coil manufacturers at the 2003 Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) were eager to show their wares. New product lines and enhancements to existing lines were the highlights of most coil exhibitors’ booths.