Automated and Chemical-free
Cooling Coil Preventative Maintenance
Indoor Air Quality
The CoilCare Product Family
The ultraviolet light germicidal disinfection system for commercial HVAC equipment, including cooling coils, drain pans, and ventilation ductwork.
Never clean your coils again
Save thousands of dollars per year
By the Numbers – the Cost of Dirty Coils
HVAC systems can account for up to 60% of a building's total energy costs*
Dirty HVAC coils waste up to 25% additional energy*
Percentage of indoor air quality problems related to HVAC (absenteeism, lost productivity)**
6 out of 10 indoor spaces are hazardous to their occupants' health due to air pollution***
**Source: National Energy Management Institute
***Source: Underwriters Laboratories
The CoilCare Product Family
The CoilCare CCX, our most popular product, is designed to be mounted internally in commercial-grade air handling units.
The lamps measure 18 to 64 inches, making CoilCare CCX ideal for applications of any size.
CoilCare CCX - PM
The CoilCare CCX – PM is designed to be mounted in HVAC systems externally, significantly reducing install time.
The CCX – PM lamp measures 18 to 36 inches, ideal for mid-sized applications.
CoilCare CCX - DM
The CCX-DM® is the easiest to install UVGI light system on the market.
CCX-DM is UL Listed, CE marked, and features an advanced custom power supply with a lifetime warranty.
The CCX-DM is a perfect fit for any size AHU, FCU, or RTU.
CCX-DM’s high output UV system features an easy mounting system and quick connect that enables fast installation and quick lamp replacement.
Easy to install
- Quick Connect wiring — system is pre-wired for plug-and-play
- Includes one or more UV lamps and a photon concentrator
- Stainless steel available
What is Biofilm?
- An insulator, reducing efficiency of heat exchange
- It fills interstitial spaces, increasing pressure drop across an HVAC coil
- It produces sulfite-reducing bacteria, causing corrosion to an HVAC system
The air passing through a contaminated HVAC system carries bacteria, molds, and other infectious particles throughout the building.
Biofilm is resistant to physical cleaning and chemical disinfectants.
The Financial Impact of BioFilm
The thicker the biofilm, the higher the costs in energy consumption. A layer of biofilm equal to the width of a human hair (70-150 microns) can reduce energy efficiency by 5.3%.
A layer of film 900 microns thick can reduce energy efficiency by 32.2%.
If your building can benefit from an automated, chemical-free cooling coil cleaning system,
Improved Indoor Air Quality
$145 billion dollars per year.
The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory states that illnesses related to polluted indoor air cost the United States’ economy more than $145 billion dollars per year.
“The technology is a potentially beneficial option that building owners should consider installing.”
CoilCare UV solutions prevent microorganisms from growing by destroying their ability to replicate.
For more information, see “How CoilCare Works,” below.
Long-term Health Benefits
UV light exists in Nature as a powerful and effective disinfectant, perfectly designed to destroy odors, bacteria, viruses, mold, and mildew, and to break down unwanted chemicals and compounds.
HVAC disinfectant solutions which rely on UV light are proven to promote the following positive effects:
- Reduced microbial contamination within HVAC systems by more than 90%
- Lower respiratory illnesses among occupants by more than 40%
- Natural solution to the problem of drug-resistant and chemical-resistant infectious diseases
Automatic Coil Cleaning
CoilCare minimizes human error for missed surfaces or insufficient chemical contact times, and no specialized training is required for its operation.
Benefits of Automated Coil Cleaning
- Lower energy bills from cleaner coils
- Fewer breakdowns and less wear-and-tear on your system
- Longer HVAC system life
Automated coil cleaning results in energy savings, lower repair bills, and increased system lifespan. Talk to someone from BioZone today about how your CoilCare system can more than pay for itself.
Heat Transfer Efficiency
(Source: BioZone case study, available upon request)
- Improvements in Chilled Water Delta T
- Lower energy bills
- Reduction in pressure drop and improvement in air velocity
CoilCare can increase the efficiency of heat transfer from air to water by up to 76%
Immediate Financial Benefits
Hiring outside HVAC contractors for coil cleaning costs from $350 to $600 per coil; facilities with dozens of HVAC systems can spend tens of thousands of dollars annually on coil cleaning. BioZone’s customers realize return on investment in several areas, including:
- Human element – The Coilcare system cleans coils 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, automatically, saving significant labor and cleaning material costs while freeing up staff for other building maintenance projects
- Heat transfer – Improving the coil’s heat transfer abilities by using UV light to eliminate mold on coils can potentially return a payback in efficiency gains in as little as six months. Chillers are required to operate less.
- Improved system pressure – Removing biofilm increases the air velocity up to 9 percent, resulting in an HVAC system with the high static pressure across the coil for which it was designed.
- Longer equipment replacement cycles – Clean coil extends the life of the entire HVAC system.
- Energy savings – BioZone customers typically report up to a 25% energy savings. ASHRAE studies show similar results.
Total Cost of Ownership
A CoilCare system can pay for itself in less than 1 year.
Find out more about the CoilCare solution family
A Solution for Every HVAC System
The CoilCare solution is made up of components which work with any combination of air handling equipment.
Residential or commercial, each CoilCare system is designed for simplicity of use. Commercial systems are highly customizable and easily serviced by trained technicians. Detailed instructions and replacement parts, including ultraviolet bulbs, are available from BioZone.
Regulatory Compliance and Certifications
CoilCare is a chemical-free, “green” solution, and does not use water. Customers can earn LEED points and achieve WELL certification by using CoilCare.
From new construction to interior fit-outs, building operation, and maintenance, these certifications provide a framework that building owners can apply to create healthy, highly efficient, and cost-effective green buildings.
Agencies such as the United States EPA, FDA, and ASHRAE approve ultraviolet technologies like CoilCare for industrial and commercial applications providing disinfection and sanitation.
Disinfection of cooling coils by UV treatment is required in every United States Federal Government building. (Source: GSA)
- Convention centers
- Office buildings
- Government facilities
- Theme parks
- Museums and libraries
- Hotels and resorts
- Airports and train stations
- Cruise lines
The BioZone Technology Advantage
How CoilCare Works
The UV light inactivates microorganisms and breaks down organic residue, preventing growth and keeping coils clean. In doing so, CoilCare can restore coil performance and extend the life of the coil. Clean coils operate at the peak performance level to which they were designed.
Keeping coils clean of biofilm and other contaminants ensures indoor air quality and significant savings in maintenance and energy costs.
A Powerful Technology Ingredient
Installation at a Glance
Designed to be mounted downstream or upstream of cooling coils and air filters, CoilCare is a stationary installation, providing high operational stability.
Each system comes equipped with a UV lamp and a photon concentrator, a polished aluminum reflector which is designed to direct all available UV light on the cooling surface. The power supply is water-resistant, built to operate in the humid environment of a commercial-grade HVAC enclosure.
All systems can be designed with multiple commercial-grade or residential-grade human factor safety features, including an interlock switch which prevents the system from operating while the access door is open.
CoilCare is customizable to any HVAC system.
The quantity and positioning of the UV lamp modules are specific to every installation, and is determined by the dimensions of the coils and other HVAC system design specifications.
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