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  1. #1
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    Can anyone provide me with their thoughts on coil cleaners? Which are the best ones on the market, easiest to use, least caustic? etc.

    I have heard about some non-acid cleaners that are supposed to be easier on the technician to apply and handle, and are easy on the environment. Are they any good?

  2. #2
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    Their are so many on the market I don't think anybody could use them all! As far as non acid I like triple D. Its a heavy degreaser that is self rinsing. I always rinse it off and can be used for Evaps and Condensers.

  3. #3
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    Im not sure I have ever seen an acidic coil cleaner, but if they are out there I would stay away from them for more than one reason. I have used probly 12 or so alkaline based cleaners, most work pretty well, but I think I like triple D the best.
    Poor planning on your part doesn’t necessarily constitute an emergency on my part.

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    Smile

    Specialty chemicals Super Foam works great, have to be careful how you use it.

    If it says self-rinsing always rinse anyways.

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