Will Blue Box improve my pressure drops?
On average we see pressure drops averaging 25% on most systems we clean, with pressure drop reductions measuring as high as 70%. The size of the pressure drops delivered typically depend on how fouled the coils are.
How does Blue Box reduce energy consumption?
Blue Box helps to restore a HVAC system back to its peak thermal efficiency by removing the dirt, grime, bacteria, and biofilm build up that naturally accumulates during normal operations. Blue Box's unique ability to penetrate through any depth of coil makes it possible to keep the surfaces of coils clean which improves air flow and heat transfer. Improving air flow reduces the energy load a air handlers blower consumes in order to pull through air through the coils and push through the duct work. Improved heat transfer means it takes less chilled water to deliver cooling, which means the HVAC systems energy hungry chillers do not have to work as hard to deliver the desired cooled air.
Can Blue Box clean old and delicate coils?
Blue Box is gentle and low pressure. Our technicians can clean the most delicate of coils, even coils that disintegrate upon any physical touching.
Can Blue Box remove foul smells?
Foul smells emanating from the HVAC system is an age old problem that is due to excess bacteria build deep inside the coils. Blue Box can easily remove this bacteria and the biofilms that these microbes leave behind. This is possible because of our ability to penetrate our bacteria removing foam through any depth of coil and delivering a near perfect surface area coverage.
Is there any change to the air quality while Blue Box is servicing a air handler?
Our BioFoam formulation is pH Neutral and completely non-odorous. This means there is no change in air quality while Blue Box technicians are servicing your facility.
Can Blue Box clean double stacked coils?
Yes - with our patent pending process Blue Box technicians are able to push foam through any depth of coils and can even push foam through coils that are double stacked with air gaps in between.
How often should coils be cleaned?
Typically, it is recommended that coils be cleaned once per year. However, depending on the condition of the coils and their environments, coils may require much more frequent cleanings. For example, for hospital environments, it is recommend that coils be sanitized at least every 3 months in order to mitigate re-growth of dangerous microbes, such as MRSA and Staph. For older buildings struggling with "Dirty Socks" syndrome it is recommended their coils be sanitized every 6 months.