Category Archives: Ductwork Cleaning

Industrial Cleaning of Ductwork to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Industrial Cleaning of Aspiration System Ductwork [caption id="attachment_3758" align="alignright" width="300"] Flour dust clogged the aspiration system ductwork where it made a 90 degree turn.[/caption] It's well known that indoor air is often more contaminated than outdoor air. This can be especially true in an industry that creates a lot of dust in the process of…
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Industrial Cleaning Means Always Learning Something New

Henry Ford, the founder of Ford Motor Co., knew something back in his day besides how to build cars. He knew how important it was to learn. He said . . . "Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty.  Anyone who keeps learning stays young." [caption id="attachment_2951" align="alignleft" width="300"] A filter used…
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Staging Materials for a Job

Staging Materials for a Job Sometimes we forget about the amount of work that goes on just to get ready for a job we have contracted to do. The job could be an industrial flooring installation, concrete floor repair, or it could be a specialized industrial cleaning job. But regardless of the job, it starts…
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Industrial Cleaning of Air Handlers

[caption id="attachment_2694" align="alignleft" width="150"] The centrifugal fan in this air handler is encrusted with dust, debris, and mold.[/caption] For many manufacturers, as much as 35 % of the energy used to make a product, goes to heating, cooling, and ventilation.  Making smart decisions about heating and cooling can have a big effect on manufacturing utility bills.…
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