by Brianna Crandall — May 10, 2017 — Emergent Coils recently added performance data to stock coil descriptions to make it easier for HVAC professionals, building owners, facilities managers and building maintenance departments to select and purchase new and replacement HVAC coils.
Emergent Coils’ searchable stock coil database contains over 200,000 hot water coils and booster coils, and includes part numbers and prices. The database allows customers to run searches based on specifications, including: Tube Diameter, Casing Type, Rows, Fin Height, Fin Length, Fins Per Inch and Connection Size. The newly added performance data includes: Capacity, Air Flow Rate, Entering Air Temp, Leaving Air Temp, Air Pressure Drop, Entering Fluid Temperature, Leaving Fluid Temperature and Fluid Pressure Drop.
Tommy Thompson, vice president of Sales for Emergent Coils, explained:
The new performance data shows how each coil will perform under standard conditions. Customers trying to reach a certain tonnage amount or concerned about drops in water or fluid pressure will have the information at their fingertips.
After a customer narrows down options based on specifications, performance data can be compared to find the right fit for an HVAC system. For example, if 36,000 BTUs are required for a heating, ventilation or air-conditioning (HVAC) system, the customer would review the Capacity data to find a coil with the right tonnage.
Emergent Coils offers a wide range of stock HVAC coils with starting prices ranging from $150 to $500, depending on the type and size of coil needed. Stock coils are typically shipped to customers within three to five business days.
Emergent Coils also offers quick build options, so customers can have HVAC coils within two days. For those in need of custom coils, Emergent Coils provides custom hot water coils and booster coils to meet exact specifications. Blank drawings can be downloaded from the Web site to serve as measuring guides for custom HVAC coils.
Emergent Coils offers new and replacement coils for HVAC systems located in office buildings, schools, hospitals, government facilities, manufacturing plants, and other commercial buildings. The company provides contractors, building owners, facilities managers, government employees, and building maintenance departments with high quality hot water coils, chilled water coils, steam coils, steam distributing coils, condenser coils, evaporator coils, booster coils, fan coils, tube bundles and heat exchangers.