Keep Your Systems off the “Polar Coaster” This Winter. Inspect and Replace Now!

The Farmer’s Almanac recently “branded” the upcoming winter of 2019-2020 a “Polar Coaster”  (open in separate tab) thanks to expected ups and downs in temperature. According to editor, the extended forecast will be “another freezing, frigid, and frosty winter for two-thirds of the country.” The coldest weather should run from late January through the beginning of February. While the biggest drop in temperature is expected across the northern Plains to the Great lakes, the Northeast will experience colder-than-normal temperatures.

Thank goodness it’s only September, right? You have time to inspect and replace the numerous components critical to keeping your facilities and HVAC systems—and the good folks who depend on them—fully functional. It does not matter what type of building—school, healthcare facility, or other commercial facility—the time to act is now!

Below is a list of key components to inspect. If you have questions, call Kele’s technical service team for expert advice on anything from inspection to maintenance to replacement. Kele can get your replacement parts to you fast, before the “Polar Coaster” takes off.

Inspect these components for winter season: 

  • Valves
  • Sensors
  • Pneumatics
  • Freeze stats

Other boiler peripherals: alarms and indicators and emergency shutdown devices.

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