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Diversitech offers alternative to coil-eroding cleaners.

Dirty coils can make an air-conditioning system 50% less efficient and the first ac coil cleaner in non-liquid form that cleans without damaging coils will be available in the UK by the end of February.
Diversitech offers alternative to coil-eroding cleaners.
With the arrival of Diversitech's Pro-Universal coil cleaner in granular form, AC engineers and contractors will be spared the hassle of purchasing, transporting and spilling large quantities of liquid cleaner.

The Pro-Universal coil cleaner comes in 480g lightweight containers. This is mixed with eight litres of water prior to spraying on coils. It is already a hit in the US because its alkaline formula does not erode the aluminium coils of ac units and so reduce its efficiency.

The widespread use of acid-based coil cleaners in the UK means AC maintenance contractors are bringing hazardous liquids such as hydroflouric acid on site.

AC contractors may be fooled into thinking Diversitech's detergent is not working because it does not foam or change the colour of the aluminium coils it is cleaning. However it is actually working to protect the coils coating it with a non-stick protective layer.

Pro-universal can be used to clean evaporators as well as condensers.
PumpHouse has been supplying Diversitech's products to the UK market since 2003. Pro-Universal will be available at giant wholesalers Wolseley, Dean and Wood and Climate Center at 211 outlets across the UK by the end of February.
13 February 2008

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