Energy savings from a lick of paint?

A special coating put onto heat exchangers in appliances like chillers and air conditioning units could save energy and reduce businesses’ carbon footprint. Using the anti-corrosion coating could reduce energy […]

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By Vicky Ellis

A special coating put onto heat exchangers in appliances like chillers and air conditioning units could save energy and reduce businesses’ carbon footprint.

Using the anti-corrosion coating could reduce energy bills, lower carbon footprints, and extend the lifetime of HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) coils, claims Blygold UK.

The company’s research suggests that coatings double the life of the coils blocks and reduces energy consumption by as much as 25%.

This could be good news for businesses based in corrosive environments as airports, ports, industrial areas, coastal areas and city centres.