HVAC Coils

HVAC COILS

Martin Coil can replicate any OEM coil or improve upon the original design while maintaining the fitment. Our evaporator coils are made to your exact application specifications. We offer a variety of circuiting and manifold options. Martin Coil is also capable of adding intermediate drain pans to replacement units, producing coils and pans from stainless steel or mild treated for corrosion protection.

Converting refrigerants?  No problem.  Our staff has the experience and know how to take the guess work out of your coil needs and provide a solid, cost effective and trouble-free solution. We build water, steam, evaporator, booster, condenser, and custom coils. 

THE EVAPORATOR COIL

Evaporator and DX coils can be exhausting to access and replace, and our experienced team of engineers provide quality service guaranteed to extend longevity of existing coils and provide the finest evaporator and DX coil solutions, so you don’t have to do the same job more than once.

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THE CONDENSER COIL

Available in both aluminum and copper fin configurations, we have manufactured condenser coils in a wide variety of sizes. Our custom sizing ranges from to 30-foot-long coils for large-scale, industrial HVAC applications. Capabilities include, smooth or enhanced tube wall thickness from .014 to .049 inches, tube diameters of 5/16, 3/8, and 1/2, or 5/8 inches, and fin thickness from .006 to .010 inches.

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WATER COILS: HOT/COLD/GLYCOL

Through our exacting manufacturing process, Martin Coil can create AHRI-certified water coils suited for almost any specification. If your operation requires a replacement coil or a new system for OEM applications, Martin Coil can be your custom coil replacement source.

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KEEPING COILS CLEAN

The coils come in direct contact with the air that circulates through your HVAC system, so it’s important to ensure that the coils are kept clean and undamaged. Dirt and dust that builds up on your coils act as insulation. Any extra insulation makes your system work harder to heat or cool the air.  Dirty interior evaporator coils not only impact the efficiency of your HVAC system, but they can result in smelly air or a buildup of allergens. It is important that these be routinely serviced and cleaned, and air filters be changed regularly.

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