Coastal Sea-Spray Causes Agressive Galvanic Corrosion

Coastal Sea-Spray causes aggressive Galvanic Corrosion and is wreaking HAVOC on your coastal heating and cooling equipment.

• Coastal sea spray causes aggressive galvanic corrosion that destroys coastal heating and cooling systems.

• Galvanic corrosion can ruin a coastal system in as little as 3 to 5 years. Inland units can last upwards of 15 years.

• Galvanic corrosion, due to loss of fin surface (heat exchanger), causes the unit to run longer to heat or cool coastal homes. Increasing energy bills!

• Galvanic corrosion causes pre-mature unit failure and thousands in replacement cost!

Salt Removal - Coil Wash Solution

Salt Remover – Controlling Galvanic Corrosion to Coastal Sytems

The only way to control this natural occurrence is to remove the salt.

• Salt Removers Corp. has developed a coil wash solution that’s engineered specifically for coastal heating and cooling systems.

• Designed specifically to remove harmful, energy depleting, corrosion (galvanic) causing, salt deposits from coastal systems.

• Powerful enough for the seasoned contractor but extremely easy and effective for any homeowner to use themselves.

• No tools involved – Simply connect to your garden hose and follow the directions.

• Non invasive, simple yet very effective. Delivers instant and measurable results.

• Guaranteed to increase the life and efficiency of your coastal heating or cooling system.

Remember, everyday coastal sea spray is leading to galvanic corrosion and reducing the life/efficiency of your coastal heating or cooling system.

Simply contact Salt Removers Corp. today. See what our innovative product, Air Conditioner Salt Remover, can do for you.

Call us at 1-877-725-8851 or click Here to order online.

If you can operate a garden hose then you can do this. Easy to perform, anyone can do it and start saving money today! Visit one of our stocking dealers or simply order online and receive the product within 3 business days.

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