HVAC Air Coil Cleaning
One of the widest uses of heat exchangers is for air conditioning of buildings and vehicles. This class of heat exchangers is commonly called air coils, or just coils due to their often-serpentine internal tubing. Liquid-to-air, or air-to-liquid HVAC coils are typically of modified crossflow arrangement.

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Humidifier Filter Cleaning
If the tap water contains a lot of minerals, also known as hard water, then the ultrasonic or impeller humidifiers will produce a "white dust" (calcium is the most common mineral in tap water), which usually spreads over furniture, and is attracted to static electricity generating devices such as CRT monitors. The white dust can usually be prevented by using distilled water and a demineralization cartridge in ultrasonic humidifiers.

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Insulation Removal
In May 1999, the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association began implementing a comprehensive voluntary work practice partnership with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The program, known as the Health and Safety Partnership Program, or HSPP, promotes the safe handling and use of insulation materials and incorporates education and training for the manufacture, fabrication, installation and removal of fiber glass, rock wool and slag wool insulation products.

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Commercial Cleaning Process

While no two air duct cleaning jobs are exactly alike, below is our typical Commercial Air Duct Cleaning Process.

1. Information
2. Removing Vent Covers
3. Attach Machine to Main Air Duct Line
4. Running Viper Whips through Duct Work
5. Capping Access Holes
6. Vent Cover Cleaning and Reinstallation
7. Inspecting and Repairing Ducts
8. Placing Patches
9. Cleaning and Replacing Air Filters
10. Final Inspection on Completed Job