Replacing drain pans and other parts of your heating ventilation and air conditioning system is expensive. This applies to home HVAC systems as well as 35-ton commercial air handler systems. Pancrete is a means of recycling the your aging drain pan with a fresh coating that will prevent corrosion. Pancrete stops drain pan leaks that can damage your HVAC system. It does the same with commercial condenser pans.
Pancrete is also a sealant that is called “the pan in a can.” Is is easy to apply and it automatically fills in cracks and corroded parts of the drain pan. This is a horizontal resurfacing material that will last for many years. The process requires only four to six hours for it to self-level and dry before it can be used. The surface is water repellant and submersible.
Pancrete can also be used on commercial air handler units. While the outside of an HVAC unit in a commercial building may look good, the inside can have extensive corrosion through age and wear. Using Pancrete improves the structural integrity of a commercial unit by preventing further rust and corrosion.
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Pancrete works to preserve:
- Interior and exterior walls of commercial air handler units
- Flooring as well as condenser pans
- Rusted filter holding racks
- Fan enclosures
- Chilled water piping
A refurbished commercial air handler unit saves money on replacements. The air quality going through the filtration system is greatly improved. This inhibits the build up of mold, fungus and other particulates that will multiply in a wet, rusty environment. This also controls the musty odor coming from a system with stagnant water in the drain pan. Pancrete T-84 and V-570 are compliant with NFPA 90A regulations for smoke and fire prevention in commercial HVAC systems.
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The Application of Pancrete
Applying Pancrete to a residential condenser pan is easy. Using the substance on the vertical parts of a commercial unit is not more difficult. It can be accomplished over a weekend day when the system is not in use. The application process for vertical parts starts with applying the liquid-polymer bonding solution. The V-570 Pancrete is mixed and applied to the dried bonding material on the vertical surfaces. The final step is mixing and pouring the Pancrete for the condenser pan. The drying time is the same. The unit can be returned to service within six hours or less.
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A new commercial HVAC system can run $100,000, depending on its size. Refurbishing and recycling an older unit saves money and equipment. Maintenance costs are also lower since all metal components are protected if they are treated with Pancrete.
Pancrete is an American made product from North Carolina. Check out your air handler system and apply Pancrete products to prevent further corrosion.
For over 20 years, we have been helping people improve their indoor air quality by providing high quality workmanship with unparalleled customer service to both residential and commercial customers. Our staff of professionals are dedicated to serving your specific needs from the moment you contact us until the completion of your remediation project. Visit our website or contact us today for more information or to schedule your mold remediation consultation.