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    New coil

    I have an inquiry I hope you can help me with. If a new coil is ordered from one of the HVAC companies, should the coil be pressurized with Nitrogen? I could understand the tube ends being plugged to avoid entry of dirt, but if the coil isn't filled with Nitrogen, would there really be a problem with corrosion?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2000
    Eastern PA
    A new coil should be charged with some inert gas to prevent having moisture in it from the atmosphere.
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    Join Date
    May 2000
    Monmouth Junction-NJ-USA
    How can you be New and Improved at the same time. You are either new or you are improved.??????? Not sure if I believe that you are either. LOL..How you been?????
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    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Most replacement coils are shipped with a holding charge of Nitrogen these days, to prevent air and noncondensibles for entering the coil, and to verify the coil does not leak prior to installation.

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    Thanks for your input as to the reasons for charging coils woth Nitrogen.

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