Steam Cleaner for hvac coils
Use Powerful Dry Steam to Clean and Disinfect HVAC Coils with Less Water
Steam cleaners have a much, much wider application than most people realize, and steam cleaning is actually a very effective method for HVAC system cleaning. Using a steam cleaner for HVAC cleaning adequately decontaminates the unit without the use of harsh chemicals, but you’ll find it especially useful when it comes to cleaning coils. These coils are often the dirtiest part of a unit because they are responsible for adding and removing heat and failing to clean them properly will make the system less efficient and typically have negative effects on air quality as well. When a coil isn’t cleaned properly, the build-up of dirt, dust, pollen, moisture, grease, and other debris becomes a breeding ground for mold and bacteria. In addition to negatively impacting air quality, this also threatens the health of those indoors. Using a steam cleaner for HVAC coils is the easy, efficient, and environmentally friendly way to keep the most important part of the system clean.
Steam Benefits for HVAC coils
There are a variety of benefits to using a steam cleaner for HVAC coils as opposed to more traditional cleaning methods. Many of these traditional methods involve spraying the coils with a foaming cleaning solution full of harsh chemicals that can end up finding their way into the local aquifer and compromise water systems, polluting the environment. These chemicals can also damage the coils and erode their integrity, leading to an underperforming system and costly repairs, if not a complete replacement of the entire system. Additionally, while the coils and other parts of the system may look clean, certain debris can get pushed further into the unit and cause problems like blockages or the growth of mold and bacteria. This isn’t a problem when you use a steam cleaner for HVAC.
A steam cleaner for HVAC coils uses only a small amount of water, heating it to produce a dry steam vapor that will quickly and thoroughly clean the coils. You might be skeptical of how powerful something as simple as steam is, but the pressure and temperatures produced by steam cleaners make steam cleaning one of the most powerful cleaning techniques. You’d be surprised at just how effective this hot steam is at removing mold and mildew, bacteria, germs, viruses, grease, oil, pollen, pet dander and hair, dust, dust mites, and their eggs, and a variety of other gunk that builds up over time. This is because the concentrated steam produced by a steam cleaner for HVAC coil cleaning like our Optima Steamer can penetrate deep into the coils, while chemical cleaning solutions typically can only reach half an inch to an inch down from the surface.
- No significant preparation or precleaning necessary
- Optima Steamer is ready to work in just six minutes
- Penetrates through coils for efficient coil cleaning
- Quickly air-dries without need for manual wipe-downs
All of these attributes factored in allow our users to increase their operations’ efficiency dramatically, allowing our operators to increase profits while delivering quality service.
- Entirely Natural Procedure
- No Chemical Runoff Risks
- Significantly Reduced Water Usage
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- Reduced water and chemical consumption
- No waste water runoff or overspray
- Chemical-free sanitation
- Increased sanitation (reaches into cracks and crevices)
- Save time and effort
- Deodorize and sterilize surfaces
- Clean hard to reach nooks and crannies
- Three operators can clean at once
- 30’ (10m) of hose length (upgradeable up to 20m)
- Adjustable moisture control valve
- Easy to operate and maintain
- Reduce the need for chemical cleansers
- Automated boiler and safety features
- Quick dry time to prevent rust or corrosion
- Vapor will not damage surfaces, seals, motors, sensors or most electronics.
What Can Dry Steam Clean & Sanitize?
- Evaporator coils
- Condenser Coils
- Air Handlers
- Aluminum Grating
- Exhaust Hoods
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