Deep cleaning for Indoor Evaporator Coils
Heat transfer is the process that must occur for the unit to remove heat from indoor environments. When coils are dirty it slows down and inhibits heat transfer. Clean Bond breaks up deposits for clean debris-free coils, that save energy and keep the unit running efficiently. Plus it leaves a fresh lemon scent.
Clean Bond was developed to remove debris and oil deposits faster, with less work.
Breakup Tough Buildup with Clean Bond
Clean Bond is a cleaner and molecular degreaser in one. It’s professional strength, working at the chemical level to isolate then bond with oil deposits and small particles. This molecular action breaks up dirt and grime, making tough jobs easier.
Clean Bond was developed specifically for the dirtiest of HVAC environments. It’s easy to use, commercial strength, plus it’s gentle on coils and fins.
Even hard to reach areas are clean.
Isolates and bonds with residual oils and particles.
The job is made easier by breaking up dirt and grime.
Designed to clean evaporator coils without scrubbing.
Clean Bond is non-corrosive.
Clean Bond is easy to use
Turn off the unit
Spray the coils with Clean Bond
Allow Clean Bond to sit
Rinse the coils with the included spray bottle
Turn on the fan, allowing it to pull any remaining buildup through
That's it, Coils are clean and ready to work.
Clean Bond is available from .5oz single use to quart or gallon sizes. One gallon cleans up to 400 sq ft. .5oz cleans a 2-ton air handler.
Clean Bond Technical Information
Clean Bond is a dynamic cleaner that serves all aspects of metal preperation
It was engineered to help remove debris and oil deposits faster with less back-breaking work
Removes oil and oil vapor deposits
Simple and fast to use
Prevents flash rusting
Green: Free of objectionable NPEs and APEs
Vapor Density (AIR= 1 ): >4
Evaporation Rate (Water= 1 ): < 1
Solubility in Water: Emulsifies
%Volatile (by wgt): > 70%
Appearance and Odor: Yellow Liquid, characteristic lemon odor.
Respiratory Protection: None required while threshold limits are kept below maximum allowable concentrations; if TWA exceeds limits, NIOSH approved respirator must be worn.
Ventilation: The use of local exhaust ventilation is recommended to control emissions near the source. Provide Mechanical ventilation in confined spaces. Use explosion-proof ventilation equipment.
Eye Protection: Chemical splash goggles.
Protective Gloves: Neoprene, butyl or nitrile rubber gloves with cuffs.
See Material Safety Data Sheets for more detailed information