Video explains benefits of air-intake screens

Published:  02 March, 2017

ECEX has produced a 3-minute video explaining how its air-intake screens can help reduce the maintenance of HVAC plant and increase energy efficiency. They can be applied to air-handling units, chillers, condensers, cooling towers etc.

These air-intake screens are long-lasting external protection filters made from a distinctive mesh that traps airborne debris such as leaves, pollen and dust to prevent it clogging condenser coils and air intakes.

The video outlines their features and benefits and includes a case study that focuses on chillers located at a critical site which were struggling to perform adequately because of fouled coils.

The video explains that because of local site conditions, including dust from a nearby waste-management plant and general city debris, the coils would require attention almost as soon as they were cleared.

Finally, the video covers the installation of air-intake screens — either in-house or by the experienced ECEX site team.



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