First Strike Micro Coat Coil – Evaporator Coil Treatment
Put up a shield against buildup, dirt, and debris with this molecular micro coat specifically designed to protect evaporator coils. Apply this evaporator coil treatment to your coils annually to extend their life, and prevent buildup that can increase your customers’ energy consumption. FSMC is certified GREEN and does not inhibit heat transfer. It will make the unit smell better.
Saves time and money! Whether you clean a lot or clean them once every five years, you need to use First Strike and here’s why: You know evaporator coil cleaning is a tedious, nasty job and so do we. First Strike turns your evaporator coils into self-cleaning coils like magic and saves you tons of time and money.
How does it work? First Strike forms a transparent molecular barrier on the surface of the metal, proven to prevent dirt buildup on the evaporator coils. You will love the results.
Works 24 hours a day!
- First Strike never takes a break.
- Never asks for a raise.
- Is never on vacation!
How do you use First Strike evaporative coil treatment?
- Buy it.
- Apply it.
- Sit back and relax!
You work less and gain more!
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First Strike Micro Coat FAQs:
First Strike MicroCoat is a molecularly-thin coating that extends the time between required coil cleaning up to eight times.
No. Instruments cannot measure any reduction in heat transfer with First Strike MicroCoat.
First Strike is applied to coils using a pump-up sprayer after coils are initially cleaned.
Yes. First Strike has been shown to dramatically cut required cleaning of coils where grease is a problem. Look at the “What Users Say” section.
First Strike has produced marked improvements with a variety of accumulations such as bakery dust, sugar, and other difficult particulates.
Absolutely. First Strike has a 0-0-0 hazard rating, the lowest possible.
No. First Strike is an non-flammable liquid.
No, there is no Teflon in First Strike. You may have noticed that the ads for Teflon products make the condensate form beads. This is totally unacceptable for air conditioning coils. In fact, it is the opposite of what manufacturers recommend. Air velocities through coils are limited by “blow-off”, or the tendency of the condensate to be ripped off of the coil fins by the air. This water winds up downstream of the coils where it either causes property damage or contributes to the dampness in the insulation, something that is not wanted. Teflon with its bead producing effects, allows the water to have a higher profile to the air stream, and become more susceptible to blow-off. For this reason, First Strike does not contain Teflon.