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The AIRCONcare™ Coil Cleaner Solution specifically designed to clean A/C condenser coils and rotor blades without corrosion and yet strong and effective enough to lift dirt, mould and bio-slime to be flushed off in the rinse step.
The AIRCONcare™ solution is a biodegradable ‘super detergent’ that obliterates bacteria and biofilm on contact, without damaging your aircon unit.
It is specifically designed to be safe for the blue epoxy coating on cooling coils.
Each AIRCONcare Concentrate Coil Cleaner 50ml is to be mixed with 500ml of water.
Each cleaning requires 500 ml per A/C coil and fan blade. This kit can clean up to 4x air conditioner coils. The wash bag is reusable 10 to 15x when used with correct care.
* While you can use the long nozzle sprayer provided with our kit, we do suggest having a pressure garden sprayer or Hydrocell Pressure Washer to ease the rinsing step with fresh water. You should use as much freshwater as needed to flush out the dirt and bio-slime.
Our solution is designed not to leave any residue or coating behind after you rinse it. It is actually not a good idea to coat the coils with any coating after cleaning. Reason being, you can potentially modify the surface energy of the cooling coils thus speeding up the rate at which organics (skin flakes) and dust particles to cling to the surfaces which in turn act as food source for bacteria and mould. This is the reason why air conditioner engineers have put in a hydrophilic (repel adhesives) coating on the coils in the newer systems.
The way our solution works is it turns any surface it touches hydrophilic thus repelling any adhesive that is on it almost instantly. This then allows the organics (skin flakes), biofilm, and dirt to be washed away by rinsing and flushing with water.
Currently, conventional cleaning solution attacks and erodes the oxide layer of the aluminium to remove the biofilm. That is why you see a shiny coating after wash. The downside of this method is this strip mines the aluminium material off the cooling fins. There is a limit to how frequent one can use this method on an air conditioner. Plus, if you happen to leave some cleaning solution in the system, it will continue to corrode any metal it stays on.
Note: Hydrophilic coatings create low surface energy which repels anything that wants to stick to it. Hence, they reduce the rate of organic build-up and allow the condensate to flow smoothly over their surfaces. This means the condensate will drain effectively and not contribute to blocking the airflow and reducing the air conditioner efficiency.