Freeze Block Coils
Freeze damage is one of the leading causes of coil failure in the HVAC industry. Water expands as it begins to freeze, and the subsequent pressure builds rapidly within the coil. The elevated pressure will surely bulge and split the coil tubes and/or return-bends. Our Freeze Block Coils are designed to allow expansion to occur within the coil by discharging a small volume of water through the expansion header and integrated pressure relief valve. This patented and proven technology combats ice formation within the coil.
While expensive controls, freeze stats, and glycol are commonly used to combat coil freeze, system and equipment failures can still occur. Thanks to this new technology, you can add another layer of freeze protection to your coils.
Freeze Block is available on our booster, fluid (chilled and hot water), IFB, MODU-Coils, OEM replacement, and steam coils. This technology is backed by a 30-month warranty.
Coil Replacement Company assigns a dedicated engineer to review, visit, measure, or consult (virtually) by analyzing your exact requirements. CRC then generates drawings, performance evaluations, and quotations – while taking responsibility for your coil and/or product solution. We deliver unparalleled service, allowing the mechanical contractor and end-customer to focus on their core assets and property management responsibilities.
Long-Lasting Performance That Increases Coil Lifespan
Coil Replacement Company has mastered the art of building direct replacement coils for manufacturers including, but not limited to, Aerofin, American Standard, Bohn, Carrier, Daikin, Lennox, Magic Aire, Modine (formerly Heatcraft, Luvata), McQuay, Munters, Temptrol, Trane, Westinghouse, and York. In addition to the aforesaid, CRC has 100+ years of OEM engineering drawings and proprietary performance heat transfer information. CRC uses this data to properly match the size and performance of your existing coil; the goal is to make the installation process as easy as possible, meaning the coil fits and the connections are aligned with the existing piping in your facility. Contact us for assistance in selecting from our available coatings, including ElectroFin® E-coat, Endura® Coatings (750+ Technologies), Infinigard, phenolic, and UV Topcoat.
Why not give CRC a call now … and let’s work together to find the customized solution that is right for you!