It is a well-known fact, that ventilation systems are installed in buildings in order to ventilate the rooms. The system is designed to supply or extract a certain amount of air to the rooms. Even with filters fitted to the system, it cannot be ensured that some contaminants will come into the system. Contaminants are accumulated throughout the years, and can after several years build to a substantial amount.
Ductwork can unfortunately transfer flame and smoke very quickly through a building in the event of a fire. The heat buildupMore
The majority of catering and restaurants establishments feature a canopy extraction system within the kitchen to control the buildup of heat,More
At either end of a supply or extract ventilation system there will be an air handling unit or extraction fan. The cleanlinessMore
Ductwork in all shapes and sizes is used to ventilate and condition numerous types of premises such as hospitals, offices, cinemas, kitchens and museums. AlmostMore
CLEANER AIR MEANS HEALTHIER WORKPLACE. If you think the air you breathe indoors is cleaner than what’s outside, think again. It is estimated indoorMore
According to the national Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), the average six-room house collects 40 pounds of dirt, dust and allergensMore