This weekend’s cold blast of air served as a reminder that heating season is here! Hot water coils are essential to making sure the facility is being heated properly to get through the long winter.
It’s common for hot water coils to be constructed both with and without a header. Hot water coils with no header are called booster coils.
Hot water coils can be constructed with 3/8″, 1/2″ and 5/8″ tubing. Most hot water coils are either 1 or 2 rows, rarely will you see more.
Whether you are looking to replace the current existing hot water coil or size a new one, you will want to make sure you have certain information readily available.
Replacement Hot Water Coil Checklist:
Number of Rows
Materials of constrution
Header or no header
Sizing a new Hot Water Coil Checklist:
Space available for new coil
Entering air Temperature
Entering water temperature
GPM (Gallons per minute)
and of course desired tonnage and or leaving air tempertaure.
At Nationwide Coils we manufacture direct replacement hot water coils for all manufacturers. Some of the most common are Trane, Carrier, McQuay, York, Lennox, Aaon etc.
We are available 7 days a week to assist you with any and all of you water coil inquiries.
Standard production is 15 business days but if you need it sooner we have a variety of expedited options to fit your needs.