Turn to Colmac Coil, "The Heat Transfer Experts", to help solve your toughest heat and mass transfer problems. We can assist you with everything from providing replacement HVAC coils to accurately sizing coils for any air heating or cooling application - for almost any temperature and working fluid, all while meeting the most demanding delivery schedules. Our customers have come to rely on Colmac Coil for innovative solutions to a wide range of problems requiring accurate selection and rating calculations. Our proprietary selection software incorporates the latest industry data and calculation techniques to allow Colmac Coil engineers to make the most accurate performance predictions possible. Commercial HVAC coils are AHRI-410 listed. Coils can be manufactured according to the requirements of the ASME Pressure Vessel Code and 'U' stamped. European customers can purchase coils meeting the requirements of the PED (Pressure Equipment Directive).
Colmac Coil has developed the capability to manufacture coils with a wide range of materials including copper, brass, cupro-nickel, aluminum, carbon steel, hot-dip galvanized steel, and stainless steel. A number of coil coating systems are also available to help match a corrosion solution to your budget. Whether the environment is acidic or alkaline, salt-laden, or de-ionized, we have the capability to select the proper combination of materials to match your duty requirements. Colmac Coil has also developed the capability to efficiently manufacture a wide range of coil sizes and dimensions. Coil blocks can be manufactured with tubing diameters ranging from 5/8" to 1" with dimensions from 6" to 480"! Another special area of innovation includes high hygiene coil designs for use in food processing applications. Patented coil designs for the cheese processing industry have been inspected and approved by the USDA. Anti-microbial coil construction is also available for critical process air handling applications in the food processing and pharmaceutical industries. Turbine inlet cooling coils using either chilled water or ammonia refrigerant are a Colmac specialty.