Air duct Cleaning
Having a fresh air supply to be distributed in your workplace is key to safe, comfortable and efficient working conditions.
HVAC HYGIENICS can ensure this by providing a complete duct cleaning service in accordance with TR/19 standards. An essential factor is that the heating ventilation and air conditioning ductwork system must be kept clean. All ductwork systems can build up unwanted dust and associated debris, germs and harmful micro-organisms which can cause harm to the buildings users. This can be controlled and maintained by HVAC Hygienics creating a cleaning programme that suits your ventilation systems.
Services that HVAC Hygienics provide include:
- -- Duct Cleaning
- -- Local Exhaust / Air Intake Cleaning
- -- AHU Clean and Filter Replacement
- -- Disinfection of Systems
- -- Access Door Installation
- -- Validation and balancing of ductwork systems
- -- Fire Damper testing
With the use of a variety of extraction devices along with specialised mechanical brushes, air jets and manual cleaning methods HVAC Hygienics can remove all types of contamination where microbiological contamination is an identified issue and we will disinfect where necessary. Many ductwork systems have insufficient access points to enable cleaning, HVAC Hygienics will install access doors throughout your system to enable regular inspection as well as a more efficient clean.
The Workplace (Heath, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 requires; that effective provision should be made to ensure that every enclosed workplace is ventilated by a sufficient quantity of fresh or purified air. Where this ventilation is provided by mechanical means the Regulations require those mechanical ventilation systems to be maintained (including cleaned as appropriate) in an efficient state, in efficient working order and in good repair. Failure to carry out these duties is a breach of the Regulations.
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974; lays down that employers or persons concerned with premises owe the “common duty of care” both to employers and others who may use or visit the premises. They are required to exercise this duty “so far as is reasonably practicable.