Heating and Cooling Coils

Heating and Cooling Coils, Hot water coils, Evaporator Coils, Chilled Water Coils, DX Coils, Steam Distributing Coils, Steam Coils, Standard Steam Coils, Booster coils, Water Coils. http://surefincoils.com
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Evaporator DX Coils are used in a wide variety of applications from comfort cooling and dehumidification to industrial and commercial processes and have been designed to meet a wide range of temperatures, from HVAC to sub-zero freezing applications. -http://surefincoils.com/evaporator-dx-coil.html

Evaporator DX Coils are used in a wide variety of applications from comfort cooling and dehumidification to industrial and commercial processes and have been designed to meet a wide range of temperatures, from HVAC to sub-zero freezing applications. -http://surefincoils.com/evaporator-dx-coil.html

Heat exchangers can be found in everyday hvac equipment from boilers, furnaces, refrigerators to air conditioning systems and are particularly desirable when space is limited. Not only are our heat exchangers designed to work in the most corrosive environment, they are efficient and require very little maintenance. -http://surefincoils.com/heat-exchanger-coil.html

Heat exchangers can be found in everyday hvac equipment from boilers, furnaces, refrigerators to air conditioning systems and are particularly desirable when space is limited. Not only are our heat exchangers designed to work in the most corrosive environment, they are efficient and require very little maintenance. -http://surefincoils.com/heat-exchanger-coil.html

Booster coils are duct-mounted reheat coils designed for air heating applications using hot water.  Used in general heating applications, booster coils are provided with a variety of casing configurations including fully flanged, slip and drive or end plates only.      -http://surefincoils.com/boost-hotwater-coil.html

Booster coils are duct-mounted reheat coils designed for air heating applications using hot water. Used in general heating applications, booster coils are provided with a variety of casing configurations including fully flanged, slip and drive or end plates only. -http://surefincoils.com/boost-hotwater-coil.html

Hot Water Coils    Ideal for a wide variety of basic, custom, and heavy-duty industrial applications, heating coils are designed to meet a variety of heating applications. In addition, we can also produce coils that are perfect for accommodating the rigors of higher temperature applications such as preheating, drying, heat treatment, heat recovery and/or removal.  -http://surefincoils.com/boost-hotwater-coil.html

Hot Water Coils Ideal for a wide variety of basic, custom, and heavy-duty industrial applications, heating coils are designed to meet a variety of heating applications. In addition, we can also produce coils that are perfect for accommodating the rigors of higher temperature applications such as preheating, drying, heat treatment, heat recovery and/or removal. -http://surefincoils.com/boost-hotwater-coil.html

Evaporator DX Coils are used in a wide variety of applications from comfort cooling and dehumidification to industrial and commercial processes and have been designed to meet a wide range of temperatures, from HVAC to sub-zero freezing applications. -http://surefincoils.com/evaporator-dx-coil.html

Evaporator DX Coils are used in a wide variety of applications from comfort cooling and dehumidification to industrial and commercial processes and have been designed to meet a wide range of temperatures, from HVAC to sub-zero freezing applications. -http://surefincoils.com/evaporator-dx-coil.html

passive cooling/heating

passive cooling/heating

Chilled Water Coils are designated as chilled water coils when they are three thru ten rows deep. Again, most chilled water coils have an entering air temperature of 75° F to 95°F with a chilled water entering in the range of 45° F. As you can easily see, the spread between the entering water temperature and entering air is much closer than the hot water coil.   -http://surefincoils.com/chilled-water-coil.html

Chilled Water Coils are designated as chilled water coils when they are three thru ten rows deep. Again, most chilled water coils have an entering air temperature of 75° F to 95°F with a chilled water entering in the range of 45° F. As you can easily see, the spread between the entering water temperature and entering air is much closer than the hot water coil. -http://surefincoils.com/chilled-water-coil.html

Steam Distributing coil, also known as "non-freeze coils," have the tube-within-a-tube design. Our steam Distributing coil is ideal to handle steam that is being modulated and/or if the air entering the coil is below freezing. -http://surefincoils.com/steam-distributing-coil.html

Steam Distributing coil, also known as "non-freeze coils," have the tube-within-a-tube design. Our steam Distributing coil is ideal to handle steam that is being modulated and/or if the air entering the coil is below freezing. -http://surefincoils.com/steam-distributing-coil.html

There can be many variations on the shell and tube design. Typically, the ends of each tube are connected to plenums (sometimes called water boxes) through holes in  tubesheets. The tubes may be straight or bent in the shape of a U, called U-tubes. -http://surefincoils.com/tube-bundle.html

There can be many variations on the shell and tube design. Typically, the ends of each tube are connected to plenums (sometimes called water boxes) through holes in tubesheets. The tubes may be straight or bent in the shape of a U, called U-tubes. -http://surefincoils.com/tube-bundle.html

ondenser Coils are made for heat rejection, such as the heat absorbed by an evaporator coil, and they typically operate under higher internal pressures. Coils made with 3/8-inch tubing are rated for use at 600 PSIG and 300°F while coils made from 1/2- or 5/8-inch tubing are rated for 300 PSIG and 300°F. -http://surefincoils.com/condenser-coil.html

ondenser Coils are made for heat rejection, such as the heat absorbed by an evaporator coil, and they typically operate under higher internal pressures. Coils made with 3/8-inch tubing are rated for use at 600 PSIG and 300°F while coils made from 1/2- or 5/8-inch tubing are rated for 300 PSIG and 300°F. -http://surefincoils.com/condenser-coil.html

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