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

  • Pitched installations utilize the AQUIS LaserSlope System to ensure proper slope
  • No need for removal of condensate pans, coils, motors or supply fans prior to installation
  • Ensures proper operation of air handler drains & P-traps
  • All field managers are HVAC trained with 30-Hour OSHA training
  • Completed in two 8-hour sessions with the ability to resume service after each session
  • AHUs are isolated by sealing adjacent ductwork and utilization of negative air machines
  • No VOCs or detectible odors either during or after the installation
  • 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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AQUIS remains open as an essential business during the COVID-19 pandemic to serve our nationwide customers by providing remediation services for mechanical air handling units. We remain committed to providing safe and reliable services while protecting our employees, customers, and the communities where we live and serve. For additional resources, please see our current COVID-19 update. For prompt assistance, please email us or call 888-494-1191.