Kroger – COAT ZONE

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Improving one of the largest grocery store chains in the world.

Same industry — Verizon
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These two refrigeration condenser coils are on the roof of a Kroger grocery store, one of the largest grocery store chains in the world. The store sits directly on the Gulf of Mexico on Galveston Island, Texas. The salt air in Galveston is the highest salt concentration at 39ppm, of any where in the USA, including Hawaii and Florida which also have high corrosion rates.


HVAC/R coils can be severely affected by corrosive elements such as salt air, off gassing from many manufacturing and industrial environments and urban smog. This corrosion shortens the life of the equipment and causes it to use much more energy while it is running.


This is an example of the ability of CoilSafe® to prevent corrosion and energy losses for our customers.


Uncoated Condenser Coil

Condenser Coil Coated with CoilSafe®

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Both units were installed in 2019, 3 years later the non coated unit is destroted by corrosion and the CoilSafe® treated unit is in near new condition and saving the customer energy and life cycle replacement cost. CoilSafe® has been exposed to over 26,000 hours of live salt air and peformed excellently.