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HVAC New Life Restoration

HVAC New Life combines proprietary and specialized services to restore aging mechanical equipment. Air handling units (AHUs) get cleaned and refinished to provide many more years of service. Thus, building owners can realize better HVAC performance without purchasing new equipment.

Pure Air Control Services is an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) driven firm. Improving building health, occupant comfort and energy efficiency is our focus. HVAC New Life provides a money-saving, sustainable, solution that meets this ethos. Here’s the essential components to a HVAC New Life project.

This process uses high temperature and low pressure steam to deep clean HVAC coils. It removes debris that blocks airflow and decreases system performance. PURE-Steam also disinfects the AHU killing microbes and removing odors. The process is the only Green Clean Institute certified service of its kind. Its effectiveness proven in case studies and whitepapers.

PURE-Coat is a water resistant and anti-microbial paint. It provides lasting protection to the metal components of an AHU.

PURE-Liner 2.0 provides a flexible, water resistant and anti-microbial finish. It restores the drain pan to better than factory conditions.

PURE-Cell is a zero porosity, fiberglass free insulation. It possesses the same R-factors as fiberglass, has an excellent fir rating, and is easy to clean/maintain.

Q-Pac ECM Fan Array is an energy-saving, BACnet compatible custom blower replacement. Plug and plug with easy maintenance.

HVAC New Life provides other money-saving incentives as well. Restoration requires less planning than replacement. It’s also not as disruptive to operations. This is because the entire system is not compromised during the process. AHUs get restored one at a time, often times outside of a facility’s normal hours of operation. So, there is no need for temporary cooling. HVAC new life also has a smaller carbon footprint than replacement. New equipment consumes resources to manufacture, ship and install. Not to mention the disposal of the old equipment. Finally, some energy companies provide rebates based on performance gains by PURE-Steam.

All told, HVAC New Life costs about 1/10th that of new equipment. This is helpful to organizations that are looking to phase in new equipment. Restored AHUs perform better until their replacement arrives. Because the “useful lifespan” of the equipment increased CAPEX can fund restoration work.

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