When it comes to HVAC repair and maintenance, no tool can act as a substitute for knowledge and experience. However, once you know what to look for and how to make repairs, using the best possible products for refrigerant leaks can go a long way in terms of making repairs that last. At Cool Air Products, we offer a wide range of products for refrigerant leaks that tackle every stage of a repair; from detecting and sealing pinholes to neutralizing acid and cleaning up afterward, Cool Air Products can help every step of the way. Here are some of the best products for refrigerant leaks offered by Cool Air Products.
Tag Archive for: AC coil corrosion
Last week, we discussed methods of detecting and removing acid in air conditioner systems. This week’s topic is somewhat related; AC coil corrosion is often a result of exposure to organic or inorganic acids. Some suggest that the uptick in AC coil corrosion that HVAC professionals have seen in recent years is the result of homes with increased insulation. When airflow is reduced due to better construction and insulation practices, compounds like acetic acid, formaldehyde, and acetone remain inside the home for longer. When these compounds come into contact with copper air conditioner coils, it results in formicary corrosion. This post will discuss methods of detecting and treating leaks due to AC coil corrosion.