Evaporator Coils

An essential component of most HVAC systems, the evaporator coil contains the chilled refrigerant which absorbs the heat from inside the building. As the heat is absorbed, the refrigerant is converted from a liquid to gas moving on to the compressor. Then, via the compressor(s), the heated refrigerant is then moved externally to the condenser coil(s) where it is dispensed to the environment.  

In a heat pump system, the operation detailed above is reversed with the evaporator coil expelling the heat into the building.

Our evaporator coils are used in several industries, including gas compression, HVAC, military, transit cooling, refrigerated display cases, data center & electronics cooling, and ground support

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Evaporator-Coils

A-Frame Evaporator Coil

This A-frame copper tube and aluminum fin was built with galvanized steel frame.  The angle iron and attached sheet metal were added to ensure that the coils remained within tolerance during shipment.  

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Evaporator Coil Coated Fins

This dual circuit, interlaced evaporator coil features pre-coated aluminum fin stock for condensate control and specially sealed end plates to ensure that no condensate or air leaks through the end plate.

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Evaporator Coil Largest Amount of Distribution

Quite simply one of the most complex distributor coils we have ever built. This copper tube/copper fin, 12-row coil features 10 interlaced circuits. It supports multiple zone temperature control within the HVAC unit. 

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Evaporator Coil Data Center Cooling & High Rise Systems

This high capacity copper tube/aluminum coil supports data center operation and/or multi-zone control within an HVAC system. It is both interlaced (8 circuits), and face split with intermediate drain pan.  A support brace was designed to secure the distributor nozzles for ease of installation. 

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Evaporator Coil Blast Freezer

This product supports multiple operating conditions including a low-temperature operation (-40F). The core assembly uses copper tube and aluminum fins, and the distributor uses hot gas reheat ports to support the reheat cycle.  The rated capacity is 80 tons.   

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A-Frame Evaporator Coil

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Evaporator Coil Coated Fins

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Evaporator Coil Largest Amount of Distribution

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Evaporator Coil Data Center Cooling & High Rise Systems

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Evaporator Coil Blast Freezer

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Construction Options

  • Interlaced with dual (2) or multiple (2+) options
  • Face Split
  • Row Split
  • Slant Fin/Parallelogram
  • A-Frame
  • Staged Fins
  • Intergrated drain pan
  • Formed 

Fin Material

Materials for Construction

  • Aluminum fin
  • Hydrophilic pre-coated aluminum fin 
  • Copper tube and fin
  • 304/316 Stainless Steel
  • E-Coat or Heresite coatings

 

Refrigerants

Refrigerant Experience

  • Pure Refrigerants such as R134a, R32 and R1234ze
  • Refrigerant mixtures including R410A, R407C, R438A and R452A
  • Super Critical refrigerant CO2
  • Natural refrigerants such as Propane, Iso-Butane and Ammonia

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