Condenser Coils Failing? Here’s probably why….
Very rarely do condenser coils ever freeze so the first thing you’re going to want to know is if your coil died of corrosion, old age, or possibly vibration. Old age is obviously preferable because with a few easy dimensions, we’ll have enough to price up your duplicate coil.
Boca Raton Hospital Covid-19 Care Condenser Coils
A large HVAC contractor in South Florida recently contacted Capital Coil & Air with a request to modify an existing system of Carrier 38 Series Microchannel Coils with (4) large condenser coils on an emergency basis. The main goal was to change over from microchannel to standard copper tube/aluminum fin condenser coils.
Syracuse University Athletic Dome
The Syracuse University Dome (SU Dome), in Syracuse, NY is currently being renovated at a cost of $205 million. As part of the renovation, Capital Coil built (64) free-standing chilled water coils in sizes ranging from (33” x 93”) – (33” x 118”). All (64) coils are (8) rows with 304 stainless steel casing, increased tube wall thickness of .035”, with connections built and oriented at 90 degrees to facilitate ease of piping.
Tips on Hand Designation & “Counter-flow”
Are your water coils right hand vs. left hand? Is it looking into the face of the coil or with the air hitting you in the back of the head? What exactly is counter-flow and why is it important? Are you completely confused by why right hand vs. left hand even exists?