Air Duct Cleaning Articles

  • Analysis of Points for Attention in the Use of Raymond Mill

    With the development of China's economy and technology, it puts forward higher requirements for coal industry crusher. Raymond mill can be used in coal industry, it integrates crushing, drying, crushing and other functions. In the large grinding process, it can meet the needs of customers. With the vigorous development of the western region, the resources of the western region can be displayed, ...

  • Troubleshooting of Raymond Mill

    Common failure 1 Low yield or without flour  Reasons: (1) The powder lock has not been adjusted properly and the seal is not tight, which causes powder inversion. (2) The shovel knife is worn out and the material cannot be shoveled. Removal methods: (1) Check and adjust the seal of the powder locker, and find that the air leak should be shoveled. (2) Replace the new spade. Common failures 2 ...

  • Selecting the right air duct cleaning tools for the job!

    Part 1 – Cleaning Tools for Residential/Light Commercial Projects Residential air duct cleaning contractors face the challenge of cleaning a wide variety of ducts; sheet metal, flex duct, ductboard, internally lined ductwork, etc. Unfortunately with this many different types of ductwork there is no one magic cleaning tool that can clean every type and size of duct.  Selecting ...


    By Vac Systems

  • Marketing Residential Air Duct Cleaning Services check list

    The best marketing you can do is delivering good quality work. Satisfied customers (who will refer you) are the least expensive and most effective marketing tool created. It is estimated that 60% or more of your business will come from referrals. Quality work/customer satisfaction is your first and most important marketing tool. Take before cleaning and after cleaning photos. This shows ...


    By Vac Systems

  • Ten ways NADCA membership brings you value

    As companies think about joining NADCA or are renewing their membership it's not uncommon to here - "What am I getting for my annual NADCA membership dues?" Here are 10 things you do get with your NADCA membership: 1. Increased Market demand for Your ...


    By Vac Systems

  • Selecting the Right Air Duct Cleaning Tool for the Job Part 2 - Cleaning Tools for Commercial/Industrial Projects

    Commercial air duct cleaning is different than residential air duct cleaning and presents a different set of challenges. The HVAC systems are bigger and more complex. This complexity requires even more tools and equipment. Like residential, there is no one magic commercial cleaning tool. Like residential, selecting the right cleaning tool is important because 95% of the cost of air duct cleaning ...


    By Vac Systems

  • Winning strategies for commercial air duct cleaning

    Commercial air duct cleaning is different than residential air duct cleaning. The work hours are different; the HVAC systems are larger and more complex.  You’ll need more types of cleaning tools, more financial resources, more knowledge and more connections!  The challenges are many but the rewards are great - if you’re successful!  What do you need to do to be ...


    By Vac Systems

  • What Type of Vacuum Collection System is right for you?

    There is a wide selection of vacuum collection systems that you can choose from. This decision is important because the vacuum collection system you select has a big impact on: What types of residential and commercial buildings you can or cannot clean. Your air duct cleaning process. Your operating cost. Your productivity. Any of these systems can ...


    By Vac Systems

  • On Choosing The Right Hood And Duct Cleaning Machines

    The cleaning requirements in different commercial settings vary according to the kind of work being conducted. For instance, the cleaning needs in an automobile assembling unit will be entirely different from those of a food processing plant. While the car assembly unit will need cleaning machines to eliminate mud, grease, and lots of dust, a food processing plant demands machines ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Clearing the air on “free Air CFM” - Specs for portable duct cleaning vacuums

    Many times when researching equipment for duct cleaning vacuums you will find manufacturers posting the CFM suction ratings on their vacuums as “Free Air” or “bench Test”. The Free air test is the rating on the impeller wheel of the vacuum, simply put it is the maximum amount of airflow the impeller can produce with out any restriction. It seems as though many ...


    By Hypervac Technologies

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