A white paper looking at the evolution of coils is cites trends such as smaller-diameter coil production as drivers for growth.
“The diameters and the patterns of tubing for refrigeration and air conditioning have changed dramatically over the years. It makes sense, in terms of efficiency, to reduce both the tube diameter and the distance between tubes, so that the same volume of coil can transfer more heat or a coil of lesser volume can be used to transfer the same amount of heat,” says Newell Franks, chairman and CEO,in his company’s white paper.
Also, the white paper from Burr Oak Tool Inc., Sturgis, Mich., highlights smaller diameter coil production, presents information on small diameter tubing, why diameters are decreasing, and solutions to the manufacturing challenges created by these industry moves. It also provides a mini history of coil materials and sizes, as well as frequently asked questions about the advantages of small diameter tubing.
To download a PDF copy, visit http://tinyurl.com/m86oorh.