Coils Have Anti-Microbial Fin Construction
January 26, 2009
Air cooling and heating coils used in food processing equipment are constructed with anti-microbial heat exchanger fins and stainless steel tubes. Intended for use where there is concern about potential contamination of food with pathogens, the fin construction and coil design exhibit aggressive anti-microbial behavior, corrosion resistance and good heat transfer performance. When combined with the advantages of stainless steel tubes, the anti-microbial coil construction resists corrosion when exposed to normal concentrations of cleaning chemicals commonly used in the food processing industry. The coils are compatible with all commonly used refrigerants.
Colmac Coil Mfg., (800) 845-6778