REFURBISH

Installation Process

The AQUIS CPR System is installed only by highly trained and experienced AQUIS Technicians, not third-party subcontractors. With thousands of successful installations nationwide, AQUIS Technicians are the foremost experts in the air handler refurbishment industry.

NOTABLE FEATURES

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Pitched installations utilize the AQUIS LaserSlope System to ensure proper slope
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No need for removal of condensate pans, coils, motors or supply fans prior to installation
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Ensures proper operation of air handler drains & P-traps
 
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All field managers are HVAC trained with 30-Hour OSHA training
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Completed in two 8-hour sessions with the ability to resume service after each session
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AHUs are isolated by sealing adjacent ductwork and utilization of negative air machines
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No VOCs or detectible odors either during or after the installation
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All technicians have significant coatings training and 10-Hour OSHA training

Process Overview

Step 1: Remove non-compliant coatings and debris. Clean and dry air handler.

Step 2: Remove loose corrosion. Reinforce corroded steel and patch holes.

Step 3: Use AQUIS LaserSlope System to map surface for precise pitch.

Step 4: Mix Engineered Epoxy and apply to surface.

Step 5: Shape and smooth Engineered Epoxy to seal surface and ensure proper pitch.

Step 6: Apply Advanced Fire Barrier over Engineered Epoxy for NFPA 90A compliance.

Step 7: Apply waterproof antimicrobial topcoat to provide long-lasting performance.

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