Why Coil-Cure HVAC Coil Disinfectant is Ideal for Hurricane Cleanup

Why Coil-Cure HVAC Coil Disinfectant is Ideal for Hurricane Cleanup

As communities in the southern United States begin to rebuild after the devastation of the hurricane season, it's important to make sure that homes and businesses are properly disinfected in order to prevent the spread of disease. If houses, including HVAC systems, are not properly disinfected after the storms, they can become breeding grounds of mold, mildew and bacteria which can cause serious health problems for residents. After a hurricane or flood, the HVAC system might be operational, but it can be contaminated with various chemicals, mold, mildew, bacteria, and other chemicals present in the water resulting from hurricane or flooding activity. Only a professional HVAC technician can properly inspect an HVAC system to determine the best way to clean an impacted HVAC system. Below are some reasons why Coil-Cure evaporator coil disinfectant is recognized as the ideal choice for coil disinfection during hurricane cleanup.

1. Coil-Cure is a powerful EPA-registered* disinfectant that is specifically designed to clean and disinfect HVAC coils. It meets strict guidelines for safety and efficacy. It is non-abrasive and can be used for HVAC equipment in homes, nursing homes, institutions, offices, schools, and hotels. It is safe to use on both ducted and ductless HVAC systems.

*Coil-Cure has been added to the EPA list N as an EPA registered disinfectant with emerging viral pathogens AND human coronavirus claims for use against SARS-CoV-2. (EPA Reg. No. 6836-152-51219)

2. Indoor and outdoor mold grows in damp, humid environments, which are typical following hurricanes and flooding events. Some found high levels of mold growth, while another reported microscopic evidence that spores were present at all time points throughout a home's interior -- even when no one noticed it! Coil-Cure is a broad-spectrum disinfectant against a wide range of mold and mildew, making sure your home is clean and free of these contaminants.

3. Coil-Cure is unique in its ability to quickly disinfect without the need for rinsing. It offers both aerosol and liquid formats for convenience and effortless application. Coil-Cure Liquid comes in a ready-to-use quart spray bottle that does not require dilution. Simply apply the disinfectant to the coils and allow them to air dry. Coil-Cure Aerosol provides a convenient way to apply disinfectant in hard-to-reach areas. Simply point and spray as it quickly penetrates coils.

4. The smell of mold and mildew can be a very unpleasant reminder for many people in the wake of natural disasters. Coil-Cure deodorizes as it cleans and disinfects to help neutralize odors caused by bacteria or mold from storms that have happened.

Hurricanes may be devastating, but they also have the potential for mold exposure and negative health and safety effects if your HVAC system is not properly cleaned. The Coil-Cure disinfectant is a great option for those who need to disinfect their equipment during clean-up from hurricanes due to its EPA registration, broad-spectrum efficacy, convenience, and ability to deodorize. For more information, visit rs.today/disinfect.

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