Freeze damage is one of the leading causes of coil failure. At temperatures 32°F and below, water can freeze and expand, causing excessive pressures that result in coil damage within a matter of minutes. Consequentially, expensive and time-consuming maintenance, coil repair, downtime, and potentially serious subsequent damage from the thaw and flood often occurs.
System failures frequently happen. Thanks to this new technology, you can add another layer of protection, should a freeze occur.