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Old 10-04-20, 09:18 AM
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This coil was put in about 9 months ago we fix leaks weekly now both circuits, 56% flux coated rods, located in a paper recycling plant. Iím thinking it must be some kind of sulphuric compound but they claim they donít have any sulphuric... what could be eating this copper coil like this?
 
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Old 10-04-20, 10:19 AM
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There is definitely something being carried in the air that is attacking/pitting the copper.
You need to find out if the processing is chlorine free.
The link below has some good information on this subject.
Coil coatings and corrosion.
 
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Old 10-04-20, 12:58 PM
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Whatever is doing that to copper is not something I'd want to breathe.
 
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Wow Yes! I agree that is a chemical I would not want anywhere near me let alone breathing any vapors.
I have never seen an HVAC coil that bad before so yes I haven't seen this before.
 
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Old 10-04-20, 05:37 PM
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thanks for the quick responce. I will forward the data immediately
 
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Old 10-05-20, 04:59 AM
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The return bends in a coil are a weak point in the system.
The copper starts our being thick but thins when making the bends.
My experience is that if an original coil lasted many years in this environment a new one could be a victim of cost cutting by using a less expensive material.
If the owner of this facility does not want to spring for stainless coil there is a way to extend the life of a standard one.
On a new coil, clean well then brush coat all the end bends with a two part epoxy paint.
It will not replace a SS coil but will make it last a reasonably long time.
This problem is quite common with prep coolers where acidy condiments like pickles are stored, the problem being the acid environment from the vinegar.
 
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