Corrosion Protection

Introduction to Importance of Corrosion Protection

HVAC systems are the backbone of comfortable and controlled indoor environments, providing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. These systems comprise various components, including HVAC coils, which are critical for efficient heat transfer. However, one challenge that HVAC coils face is corrosion. Corrosion can lead to reduced performance, decreased energy efficiency, and increased maintenance costs. That’s why it is essential to utilise effective corrosion protection measures, such as the AerisGuard Corrosion Protection Plus solution offered by Aeris Environmental.

Understanding Corrosion in HVAC Coils

Corrosion is a natural electrochemical process that occurs when metal comes into contact with air, moisture, and other corrosive substances. HVAC coils are particularly susceptible to corrosion due to their exposure to the environment, including airborne pollutants, moisture, and chemical contaminants. Over time, corrosion can cause irreversible damage to the coils, compromising their functionality and lifespan.

The Impact of Corrosion on HVAC Systems

Reduced Efficiency: Corroded HVAC coils create a barrier that hampers the efficient transfer of heat. The accumulation of corrosion products on the coil’s surface acts as insulation, preventing optimal heat exchange between the air and the coil. As a result, the HVAC system has to work harder to achieve the desired temperature, leading to increased energy consumption and higher utility bills.

Performance Issues: Corroded coils can disrupt the balance of heating or cooling within a space. Inefficient heat transfer can result in temperature inconsistencies, leading to discomfort for occupants. Additionally, these temperature variations can strain the HVAC system as it struggles to maintain consistent conditions, potentially causing wear and tear on other components.

Durability Concerns: HVAC systems are long-term investments, and corrosion can significantly impact their longevity. Corroded coils are more prone to leaks, cracks, or holes, which can lead to refrigerant leaks or water damage. Repairing or replacing corroded coils is not only costly but also disruptive to the operation of the HVAC system.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Implications: Corrosion in HVAC coils can contaminate the condensate produced during the cooling process. The presence of corrosion products, along with moisture, can create a breeding ground for bacteria, mould, and other harmful microorganisms. As air passes through the system, these contaminants can be released into the indoor environment, leading to poor IAQ, unpleasant odours, and potential health issues for occupants.

Corrosion Protection Plus Solution

Aeris Environmental understands the importance of combating corrosion in HVAC systems, and they offer an effective solution: AerisGuard Corrosion Protection Plus. This innovative product is designed to protect HVAC coils from corrosion and extend their lifespan, thereby enhancing overall system efficiency.

Corrosion Protection Key Features and Benefits:

Advanced Formulation: AerisGuard Corrosion Protection Plus utilises a specially developed formula that forms a protective barrier on the coil’s surface. This barrier inhibits corrosion by preventing the corrosive agents from coming into direct contact with the metal, preserving the coil’s integrity.

Enhanced Efficiency: By safeguarding HVAC coils from corrosion, AerisGuard Corrosion Protection Plus ensures optimal heat transfer efficiency. This translates into improved energy efficiency up to 35% and reduced operating costs, delivering significant savings over the lifespan of the HVAC system.

Long-lasting Protection: The protective barrier created by AerisGuard Corrosion Protection Plus offers long-term defense against corrosion. This reduces the need for frequent coil cleaning and maintenance, minimising system downtime and associated costs.

Improved Indoor Air Quality: By preventing corrosion, the product helps maintain a clean and healthy indoor environment. Without the presence of corrosion products and microbial growth, the risk of air contamination and associated health issues is significantly reduced.