Air Cooled Condenser Cleaning
Have your air cooled condenser properly cleaned, reduce chiller operating costs by up to 30% and extend component life cycles!
Regular brushing or blowing out of the condenser may clear away surface dust and debris, but over a period of time, this will get pushed deeper into the fin spaces, blocking them and gradually reducing the air flow through the coil.
The condenser has an important job to perform, it’s the sole means by which heat from the process or air conditioning system, plus the power input to the compressor, is rejected to atmosphere.
If through blockage the air flow is not available, there are a number of costly consequences:
The compressor will work harder at the resulting higher temperatures and pressures, causing it to consume significantly more electricity.
Working at these higher temperatures, the compressor will be less efficient and may not be able to cope.
Working harder than it needs, the lifetime of the compressor will be shortened resulting in an expensive repair or replacement.
During high summer temperatures, the compressor will begin to trip out on its high pressure safety switch.
The debris in the condenser will create a pressure drop across it causing the fans to overheat, trip or worse burn out.
The debris when wetted could become acidic, causing corrosion and the eventual need for a costly replacement..
All of these will have some impact on the life cycle of the chiller, the stability of the chilled water temperature, the efficiency of the air conditioning or process cooling system with the inevitable consequential impact on your business.
The answer is our heavy duty non acidic foaming cleanser, specially formulated to clear even the most stubborn deposits to leave the condenser coil and fins clean and a more efficient heat transfer surface.
Easy to use, safe to apply, and carried on all of our service vehicles, the cleaning agent is a low cost alternative to higher than necessary running costs and shortened life cycles.
Contact us for a quotation and arrange for a treatment during your next maintenance visit – or sooner.