Why are CLIMETAL’s aluminum heat exchangers so resistant to corrosion? Replace your traditional copper and aluminium coils with MCHEx, and extend the life of your units. To understand why Climetal´s aluminium heat exchangers are more corrosion resistant than traditional copper and aluminium coils, first let's understand some basic principles about corrosion: 1. Aluminum is ...
2 July, 2014gestor
MICROCHANNEL THE INNOVATION AT Mostra Convegno 2014: an unprecedented breakthrough, over 80% of manufacturers have exhibited their systems with MICROCHANNEL heat exchangers Dear sirs, at Mostra Convegno Expocomfort 2014, over 80% of the manufacturers have exhibited the HVAC systems with Microchannel technology. This technological evolution has taken place successfully in the United States ...
30 June, 2014gestor
MICROCHANNEL, we help you to make your offer more competitive! MICROCHANNEL V-Shaped Technology Modular design: high efficiency heat exchange meets production flexibility and short lead times Microchannel technology is becoming a must if you want to stay competitive in terms of energy efficiency and manufacturing costs. Make your chillers, roof-tops and remote condensers more ...
30 June, 2014gestor
MICROCHANNEL: Are you ready to increase up to 45% the efficiency of your Chillers, Rooftops and Condensing Units? Microchannel: the new generation of heat exchangers. Dear Sirs, In the last years the technical advances on compressors, fans and electronics have increased the efficiency of HVAC units to levels that were unthinkable some time ...
12 March, 2014gestor
Many customers ask us what procedure they should follow to wash and clean microchannel condensers. Their main concern is that, as they see how light and thin these condensers are, they are afraid they can get damaged with high pressure water or by brushing them. Not at all! MICROCHANNEL CONDENSERS ...
18 May, 2011gestor
Aluminum is actually a very active metal, in the sense that it oxidizes very quickly. This feature, while a weakness for most metals, is actually the key to its ability to resist corrosion. When oxygen is present (in the air, soil, or water), aluminum instantly reacts to form aluminum oxide. ...
24 April, 2011gestor