Calling All HVAC Business Owners!!

//Calling All HVAC Business Owners!!

Calling All HVAC Business Owners!!


The American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) discovered a problem that all HVACR systems have. This problem causes a loss of efficiency that continues to accumulate over the life of the system. ASHRAE confirmed that the performance of a cooling system is degraded by 30% due to this problem. System degradation can be even 40% and higher in systems that are 20 years old or older. This problem results in increased maintenance costs and higher utility bills. It is a significant factor in the bottom line energy costs for businesses and industries—from government buildings, schools, and hospitals to business buildings and residential homes.

The problem is something called oil fouling.

Any HVACR system has as its most significant component, a compressor. Like most mechanical devices, compressors have many moving parts that create a great deal of friction and heat. Oil is used to lubricate these moving parts and reduce friction and heat buildup. As a consequence of the refrigerant coming into contact with these moving parts, sometimes simply to aid in the cooling of these moving parts, oil is picked up by the refrigerant. This oil is then carried through the HVACR system by the refrigerant and builds up on the inside walls of the coil tubing the refrigerant flows through. This buildup is called oil fouling.

Oil fouling creates a permanent insulating barrier of compressor oil inside the walls of coil tubing in an air conditioner. The insulating properties of this buildup of oil impedes the refrigerant’s ability to transfer heat and causes the system to run longer which increases energy costs as well as wear and tear on the equipment.


A unique product called IceCOLD™ handles oil fouling. This product is non-toxic and is not harmful to metals, contains no ozone depleting characteristics and IceCOLD™ is guaranteed to improve energy efficiency by at least 10% or your money back. (For chillers the guarantee is 5%.) The average savings is actually closer to 20%.

IceCOLD® restores lost cooling efficiency and protects equipment. In fact, here is a summary of some the key qualities IceCOLD® has:

  • It significantly improves heat transfer in the evaporator and condensing coils.
  • It causes refrigerant to absorb more heat faster and more efficiently.
  • It produces colder air faster.
  • It delivers colder air through vents.
  • It generates 54% higher lubricity to compressor oil.
  • It allows compressor parts to run with less friction.
  • It extends the life of the compressor, reducing maintenance.


IceCOLD® has to be installed by a qualified HVAC Service Technician who has an EPA-608 refrigerant certification and has done the proper training and been certified as a CES Installer. This could easily be YOU.


CES is looking for HVAC Companies across the nation that want to become CERTIFIED INSTALLERS OF IceCOLD®. The way this is done is by getting technicians certified. CES will provide the training materials and help with the certification process.

There are a few qualifications, but if you want to expand your HVAC company and have the resources, there is a huge opportunity for you in our IceCOLD® world. Becoming a CES Certified Installer will expand your business and enable you to really help your customers extend the life of their cooling and refrigeration equipment.

If you are reading this and are not an HVAC company, but use a good one, feel free to pass this on to them. Honestly, opportunities like this don’t come around very often.

Call me, Jeannine, at 844-277-0043 or email me at for more information about IceCOLD® or to find out more about the business opportunity for HVAC companies across the U.S.

By | 2017-09-29T14:02:13+00:00 September 29th, 2017|Energy Efficiency for Business|0 Comments

About the Author:

Jeannine is the Director of Energy Efficiency at Consumer Energy Solutions where she has established and runs the Commercial LED Lighting program, helping business owners and non-profits nationwide to understand how LED lighting upgrades can provide instant savings and immediately free up cash flow for their organizations.

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