Blockages in the coil decrease the amount of air passing through the system. This in turn will effect the air conditioning systems ability to cool the air. The system tries to compensate for the reduction of cooling efficiency by running the compressor for longer durations. Effective maintenance on the cooling coil provides cost savings in energy consumption.
Bacteria, mould and fungi that colonise on the cooling coil create endotoxins, mycotoxins and a range of toxic allergenic organic fragments collectively known as macromolecular organic dust (MOD). MOD compromises the quality of the air within the building, leading to a range of chronic health complaints. Some adverse health effects associated with MOD are headaches, eye irritations, blocked sinuses, nausea, respiratory complaints, allergies, fatigue and skin irritations. Coil cleaning offers healthier staff, lower rates of absenteeism, healthier staff offer more productivity and offers mitigation for OH&S requirements.
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