ArmorCoat tin-plated protection is designed to combat the effects of coil corrosion. According to the manufacturer, pollutants in the home environment are a primary contributor to coil corrosion and subsequent failure, and because today’s homes are better sealed and insulated to conserve energy, they are also better at trapping these corrosive agents. The tin plating in ArmorCoat coils allows for the continued use of copper coils for superior heat transfer, while significantly reducing the corrosive impact of airborne pollutants. A full complement of ArmorCoat indoor coils are available to match nearly all of the company’s new and existing residential air conditioner and heat pump applications.
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Carrier: Coil Corrosion Protection
November 9, 2009