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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Chilled Water Coil

Chilled Water Coils

┬áLet’s Take a minute to run down the basics of measuring , design and construction of Chilled or Hot Water Coils. Materials of Construction and Sizing: Tube Size – Water Coils as a standard are either 1/2″ .020″ or .025″ copper tube wall thickness or 5/8″ tubing either .020″, .025″, .035″ or .049″ copper tube […]

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AAON Direct Replacement Condenser Coils

Above you will see the bottom circuiting of the AAON RM-07 condenser coil and the dropped tubes that starts this intricate circuit. As in all of our direct replacement coils circuiting and fins per inch are duplicated to match the exact capacity of the existing OEM condenser coil. We then are able increase our materials […]

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AAON LL-060 RTU Condenser Coil

AAON

The AAON LL-060 package rooftop unit is of a different design then most obsolete AAON RTU’s. It happens to be extremely similar to the new Lennox SGA 240RTU’s which also have two coils stacked in a v configuration. Nationwide Coils has direct replacement condenser coils for this unit with standard materials of construction far superior […]

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Lennox Strategos SGA060 Condenser Coil

Condenser Coil

The Lennox Strategos unit has been our most replaced condenser coil over the last month. We supply direct replacement condenser coil for this unit as well as all other Strategos SGA RTU’s. Using superior materials of construction over the OEM including .020″ Copper Tube Wall and .008″ Aluminum Sine Wave Fins. Designed and engineered to […]

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Munters Commercial Dehumidification Units

Condenser Coils

At Nationwide Coils we are continuing our pursuit to solve the coil needs of all contractors and end users in the HVAC coil service industry. We have found that in a large number of units, the Reactivation Condenser Coil is failing at the tube sheet most leaks occurring on the top half of the coil. […]

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