Glycol is a popular choice for protecting HVAC systems against freezing temperatures, but it comes with drawbacks such as energy efficiency and corrosion. Compare the cost of glycol to other solutions like Freeze Block Coils and make an informed decision that best suits your HVAC system needs.
Miller Industries & Cooney team up to provide custom AHUs with Freeze Block and Smart Coil Technology to a large automotive manufacturer in Michigan. Learn more about the project.
When it comes to protecting critical facilities like hospitals, pharmaceutical R&D, and manufacturing plants from frozen or ruptured coils, Freeze Block HVAC coils are the smarter option. Our patented pressure and temperature relief valves sense a freezing event and discharge a controlled volume of fluid to prevent rupture.
Are you looking for guidance on how to prevent HVAC coils from freezing and failing? Our comprehensive white paper explains why HVAC coils freeze, the common causes of coil failure, and preventive measures that can be taken to ensure optimal performance of your system. With a focus on energy efficiency and cost savings, this valuable resource is essential reading for anyone seeking to maximize the lifespan of their HVAC system.
Glycol is commonly using in HVAC systems for coil freeze protection. Learn more about glycol and considerations when using glycol in your system.
Frozen HVAC coil in your commercial AHU? Read this quick guide to help troubleshoot system issues and get your coils in operation again.