Service technicians working for Grosvenor Engineering Group, a leading provider of intelligent HVAC services, design and construction solutions, recently attended a hands-on demonstration to challenge Refrigeration Technologies coil cleaning product range at SuperCool headquarters at Ormeau in Queensland.
They brought along some filthy air conditioning coils removed from sites they had recently taken over and replaced with new equipment, due to poor past maintenance practices.
SuperCool General Manager Jon Mitchell attacked the coils with Viper foams and sprays, and the results met the approval of the 15 technicians and senior Actrol business development personnel.
Product demonstrations such as this are proving worthwhile for many SuperCool products and this one was no exception. According to Adam Lange, Actrol National Business Development Manager, a live demo beats sitting in a lecture room.
Paul Anderson, Grosvenor’s General Manager for Queensland and Western Australia said the product demonstration provided positive results, giving site technicians greater product knowledge as well as safe handling and storage information.
In an effort to achieve a consistent approach in regard to workplace health and safety, environmental issues, protection of client assets (roofs, gutters and other metal components associated with building structures and HVAC equipment) Grosvenor Engineering Group has committed to using Refrigeration Technologies coil cleaners to achieve this. They have also geared up with the specialised Refrigeration Technologies cleaning kit.
The cleaning kit contains Viper HD, Viper E+, a Viper foam gun and remote sprayer.
Jon Mitchell summed up, ‘Seeing is believing – the demonstration was a highly effective way to show the coil cleaning abilities of the Viper products. It is encouraging to see a company like Grosvenor going to such trouble to ensure that their technicians are well versed in the environmental and safety aspects that now apply to coil cleaning, especially in large commercial buildings.’
Pics below show Jon Mitchell attacking some filthy coils, and a Grosvenor technician working in the field using the Refrigeration Technologies product.