Air Duct Cleaning Articles

  • Luxury Yacht Builder Chooses Western Air Ducts and Inteliair™

    When Sunseeker asked their supplier the Direct Tools Company for a solution to the airborne dust problems they were experiencing within their temperature controlled CNC hull forming building DTC knew exactly who to turn to. It was clear from the outset that no ordinary dust extraction system would suit this ...


    By Western Air Ducts (UK) Ltd.

  • Advice from HVAC experts!

    HVAC systems (cooling and heating) can use 60-70% of the overall energy in your facility. Proper maintenance is one of the key recommendations for maintaining your system’s performance. To really help extend the life of your system, it could be something as simple as changing and cleaning the filters regularly. If you have a ...

  • Top 7 Causes of Mold in Commercial Properties

    Mold growth within commercial buildings is a common concern for building occupants, as it has been linked to a number of health effects and can be found lurking within the walls and within ventilation systems, oftentimes going undetected for long periods of time. Here are the top seven causes of mold in commercial properties and what you need to know to prevent them. Improper Operation and ...


    By Karl & Associates Inc.

  • EIS Safety First - Case Study

    EIS was invited by a UK company to provide a fully automated VOC / odour abatement system treating the exhausts from multiple processes and needing multiple safety systems.  The abatement plant would be part of the construction of a new factory based in Scotland, so the timing and installation of the system would be critical to the plant coming on stream at the planned date. The production ...

  • Maximize Floor Space and Productivity with Downdraft Benches

    All types of manufacturing environments require improved air quality. The advantage improved air quality has, not only maintains your workers’ health and safety, but also conforms to the federal and state commands that demand it. The majority of clean air products require a lot of space, as well as extensive work in order to be installed. Downdraft benches are the best choice for supreme ...


    By ProVent, LLC

  • 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

  • To prevent blinding in dust collection systems, consider filter type, filter size and selection of the filter media used

    All dust collection systems, regardless of size, share a common problem—dust blinding. Simply stated, blinding is defined as when dust particles plug the holes in a filter and stop the flow of air through the filter, resulting in the dust collector performing poorly. All types of collectors, whether stand-alone units, cyclones or full-scale baghouses, are subject to blinding. To better ...


    By American Fabric Filter Co

  • How a HEPA Filter Makes the Best Steam Cleaner Even Better

    When looking for the best steam cleaner for hospitals, hotels, and other commercial areas, it’s important to look for units that have vacuum extraction capabilities as well. Ordinary steam cleaning units can soften and dissolve a range of tough deposits and stains. But it’s up to the user to manually wipe up the slurry that is left behind. This can be a relatively easy task when ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Controlling condensation- controlling mold

    You know those water stains on the ceiling tiles in your office that you are certain are caused by a leaky roof. Of course, the maintenance man thinks your crazy, since your office is not on the top floor. He dutifully changes the ceiling tile and a month later the water stain is back but this time it has those little black circles that look like mold colonies. Sound familiar? There seems to be ...

  • Pros & Cons of Remediation Structures with Chinese Drywall

    Mr. Mulholland addresses pros and cons of the four main approaches to remediation of structures with Defective (Chinese) Drywall. There are many methods or approaches to remediation practices in the construction industry. The current crisis with defective Chinese drywall that is diffusing low levels of sulfur compounds like hydrogen sulfide, carbonyl sulfide, carbon disulfide and others creates a ...

  • Controlling condensation - controlling mold

    You know those water stains on the ceiling tiles in your office that you are certain are caused by a leaky roof.  Of course, the maintenance man thinks your crazy, since your office is not on the top floor.  He dutifully changes the ceiling tile and a month later the water stain is back but this time it has those little black circles that look like mold colonies. Sound familiar? There ...

  • DownSpout StormFilter™ filter systems help galvanizing facility cut zinc by 87 percent

    Untitled Document Since 1967, San Diego Galvanizing has been hot-dipping structural steel, pipe and railings in zinc . Product applications include commercial and residential uses ranging ...


  • PrimasonicsTM Audiosonic Acoustic Cleaners Employ High Energy - Low Frequency Sound Waves in a Non-Intrusive, Highly Effective and Automatic Manner to Prevent Particulate Build Up and Maintaining Material Flow

    Operation: PrimasonicsTM Audiosonic Acoustic Cleaners comprise of a Wave Generator and differing Bell Sections. Compressed air enters the Wave Generator and forces the titanium diaphragm to vibrate thus creating a base tone. The varying bell sections amplify and convert this into a particular frequency depending on the application. Sound is best described as the passage of pressure fluctuations ...


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