Mainstream manufactures HVAC Coils and Replacement Tube Bundles for all sorts of applications. Our HVAC coil offering includes Hot Water Coils, Steam Coils, Chilled Water Coils, Evaporator (DX) Coils, Duct Reheat Coils, Condenser Coils, Industrial Coils, Coilboxes, Tube Bundles, and Heat Exchangers.
Yes, Mainstream is happy to measure your coil to guarantee the provided replacement is an exact fit.
Yes, Mainstream can look up any model number to ensure the replacement coil we provide is a perfect match.
Yes, Mainstream can provide coils split several different ways. Mainstream can provide bolt-together coils with a tubesheet and a gasket, or pipe-together coils with headers and connections in the middle.
Alternatively, coils can be split and piped out either end of the unit, or the back coil can be piped out the center top of the unit.
Yes, Mainstream offers industry-leading non-freeze coils designed to minimize maintenance and maximize coil life expectancy.
Mainstream guarantees exact-match fit on all coils measured by the Mainstream team. For coils not measured by the Mainstream team, Mainstream guarantees the coil will exactly match the approved drawing.
Mainstream can provide coils as tall as 192”, as long as 410”, and as deep as 24 rows.
Mainstream does not manufacture coils for residential units, or for service other than HVAC or refrigeration.
After a quote request is received, you will be contacted to discuss the details of your request. Mainstream will return a quote within one business day, and in as fast as ½ hour in an emergency.
Thanks to a robust supply chain, Mainstream’s lead times remain competitive despite disruptions to supply chains throughout the industry. Mainstream is capable of delivering replacement coils in as fast as 24 hours of order placement.
Mainstream does not perform coil removal or installation services, but is well connected within the HVAC industry and would be happy to connect you with one of our many Mechanical Contractor partners. These partners include…
All Mainstream coils are covered under a 1-year warranty.
Whether you have a freeze-proof coil or not, Mainstream recommends draining to prevent internal ice formation. Regular inspection is recommended to ensure proper operation.
The length of time a coil can be in service can be impacted by factors including operating conditions and maintenance.
Coils are most commonly made of copper tubing and aluminum fins, but different materials and coatings are available for specialized applications.
Although typically not required. Mainstream offers coatings for enhanced corrosion resistance for the toughest environments.
Mainstream has been working with coils and air-handling equipment since 1992. February 2022 marks 30 years in business.