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Rusted leaking drain pans? Don't Replace

RESURFACE

Controlled Release Technologies is the source for the Pancrete family of products, trusted and proven for over 20 years as the ultimate, permanent solution for drain pan resurfacing.

Our three-step solution is everything clients need to completely refurbish condensate pans and metal surfaces.

Clean Bond

Step one: Prepare the Surface

Clean Bond is a multifunctional cleaner that was developed to break up dirt and grime. It's gentle on metals but tough on difficult buildup, grease, and oils. Make tough metal cleaning jobs easier, with Clean Bond.

Clean Bond is a:

  • Cleaner
  • Degreaser
  • Strong flash rust inhibitor
  • Powerful adhesive
  • Additional bonding agent

Use Clean Bond to assure a clean surface that's optimal for the application of V570 and Pancrete. Clean Bond is also great for motors, fan blades, and other metal surfaces.

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V570

Step Two: Vertical Surfaces

V570 is a roll-on resurfacer that stops corrosion, damaging leaks, and fills pinholes too. It's resistant to harsh HVAC cleaning chemicals, and adds years to a viable unit.

  • Roll-on on resurfacer for vertical, slanted, or curved metal surfaces
  • Fills cracks
  • Refurbishes metals
  • Smoothes surfaces
  • Stops and prevents corrosion
  • Fills pinholes up to 25 mils in diameter
  • Resistant to water and harsh HVAC cleaning chemicals

Resurface metals and protect them with V570.

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Pancrete

Step Three: Pour a new Pan.

Pancrete is known as the pan-in-a-can. It forms a new condensate pan right over the old. Just prep the surface, coat with V570, then pour in Pancrete. The liquid hardens to a tough durible surface that's permanent and stronger than the original.

  • Self-leveling drain pan resurfacer
  • Hydrophobic
  • Submersible
  • Better and tougher than the original
  • Easy to apply
  • Limited down-time

Pancrete has been trusted for over 20 years to refurbish drain pans. It's the quality choice to save pans, units, and money too.

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