AQUECOIL™ Introduction

AQUECOIL™ Hydroheat Units benefit you and your family in many ways.

With Hydronic Heating you receive:
  • Radiator quality heat without all the plumbing, cost and required maintenance
  • Warm air that is not the scorched and dried out like what a furnace or electric strip heat produces
  • No additional gas lines to worry about
  • No additional ventilation chimneys that require holes in your roof or walls
  • Reliable home heating regardless of outside temperature, unlike heat pumps
  • An “install it and forget it” appliance engineered to last as long as your A/C equipment
  • A heating system as efficient as your hot water source
By using an AQUECOIL™ Unit as an add-on, you have the option to use the highest efficiency air conditioners available and still take advantage of all rebates and incentives that may be offered on them.

The AQUECOIL™ Hydronic Heating Unit is designed to match up with your chosen brand and model of Air Handling Equipment. There are AQUECOIL™ models to fit every major Manufacturer’s Equipment.

AQUECOIL™ products work with any appropriately sized hot water source including:
  • tank-type gas or oil water heaters
  • tankless gas water heaters and combi-boilers
  • geothermal heat pump water heaters
  • solar water heaters
  • gas, oil or biofuel boilers

AQUECOIL™ has been independently tested to comply with NSF/ANSI 61-2012, Section 8 standards and is safe for use with potable/domestic water when installed properly.

Here’s how it works…
During installation, your contractor adjusts the water temperature and flow rate to allow your AQUECOIL™ unit to provide the perfect amount of heat for your home.

Once connected to your new OR existing Air Handler, Heat Pump or Furnace, the same thermostat your air conditioner uses also controls the AQUECOIL™ unit. You can enjoy the benefits of a warm air system without even having to think about it. You should never need to adjust it or close any valves.

Water from your hot water source is circulated through the AQUECOIL™ Unit while the central air system blows air through it. The air’s temperature is raised by 30˚ to 60˚F while the water’s temperature is lowered about 15˚ to 30˚F. The warmed air is delivered to your home and the water is returned to the source to be reheated. Your water bill remains completely unaffected and you still have plenty of hot water for your shower!