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by Dan Jacobs, August 3, 2020
While building numerous types of coils for various customers over the years, we’ve discovered the four main things that you…
by Dan Jacobs, July 7, 2020
“Splitting” a DX (Evaporator) coil is one of the toughest concepts to understand in the coil business. “Splitting” the coil…
by Dan Jacobs, June 22, 2020
When duplicating a coil, your efforts need to be directed towards making sure the coil fits correctly, as that’s usually the main issue.
by Dan Jacobs, June 7, 2020
There are lots of ducted cooling applications with chilled water and/or DX (Evaporator) coils where you need to add incremental…
by Dan Jacobs, May 27, 2020
Circuiting is really a balancing act of tube velocity and pressure drop. In other words, think of a coil as a matrix. Each coil has a specific number of rows, and a specific number of tubes within each row.
by Dan Jacobs, May 20, 2020
Capital Coil & Air manufactures and designs a wide assortment of heavy-duty industrial coils to withstand the environment of industrial applications. Standard and custom designs are available for new and retrofit installations.
by Dan Jacobs, April 29, 2020
1. A water coil is a water coil. There is really no difference between hot water coils and a chilled water…
by Dan Jacobs, April 25, 2020
HVAC coil replacement does not have to be cost prohibitive. As you are all aware, money is tight these days,…
by Dan Jacobs, April 14, 2020
1. A fan coil is among the easiest units to understand in the HVAC industry. Basically, there is a small…
by Dan Jacobs, April 7, 2020
There are only three areas on a coil that will add costs: the casing, the tubing, and the fins. Now we’ll deal with the many inaccuracies that most manufacturers try and “upsell” to you.