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  • in reply to: ACC Leak/Performance Issue #1959

    Hello Maikol,
    I am agree with Desmond and Ockert.

    If you observe a performance drop, my first advise would be to clean your fin tube with a good cleaning system if it’s not already done.

    If during the year the performance is changing due to hot tempreature, fogging can be a good idea only if:
    – relative humidity is low during your hot season (so you can vaporise a lot of water and get the adiabatic reaction which decrease air temperature)
    – your hot season is short (it will consume a lot of water!).

    I can support you about this 2 subjects, at your disposal ­čÖé (

    in reply to: 2018 ACCUG and Job change notice #1848

    Thanks for this information and good luck in your new position!

    in reply to: Makeup sprays for summertime performance #1811

    Hi, my first advice would be to check that your fins are very clean, and if not to buy a good cleaning system and use it frequently. The first reason of vacuum dropping is the fouling of the fins which reduce the heat exchange.
    If you’re still loosing vacuum in your ACC, misting is a good idea but:
    – If your relative humidity is high (more than 80%, the results is not going to be signifiant). More your air is dry, more it is efficient.
    – it’s better to use soft water that demin water which required 316L materials.

    Please contact me to get more information about our ACC Cleaning Robots and our Fogging Modular Solutions. ( )

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