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3 Reasons You Need the Cooney Freeze Block Coil

by | Mar 7, 2014

With freezing weather conditions a constant worry for facility managers everywhere, the Cooney Freeze Block Coil can provide a much-needed element of defense for your HVAC system.

Thanks to a unique, patented design, our Freeze Block Coil can protect your facility from damage caused by freezing, splitting, and leaking HVAC coils. Read on for three great reasons why you should consider incorporating Cooney Freeze Block Coils into your HVAC system.

 

1. Set It and Forget It

Once a Freeze Block Coil is installed you won’t have to worry about monitoring a complex sensing system or performing cold-weather preventative maintenance ever again. Our Freeze Block valves are built directly into the HVAC coils and automatically respond to changes in pressure and temperature. Excess pressure bleeds off before damage occurs. You don’t have to do anything, and you’ll never worry about a frozen coil again!

Freeze Block HVAC Coil

2. No More Water Damage

It’s not the freezing that causes problems, it’s the water damage that follows that can get costly. Once thawed, standard coils can gush water for hours through splits in the coil wall before you’re even aware there’s a problem. This can overwhelm drain pans and cause major damage. Our Freeze Block Coils release just enough coolant to relieve pressure and prevent damage to the coil, meaning no more water damage from split coils – ever!

 

3. It’s Guaranteed!

That’s right, our Freeze Block HVAC Coils have been engineered to work flawlessly and so we stand behind them with a comprehensive 30-month warranty. If you have a problem, we’ll be there to help you make it right. This should give you some much-needed peace of mind during the cold winter months.

 

If you’re interested in learning more, contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you

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