Acoustic lined ductwork will be cleaned with our robotic tracked vehicle, BANDY II, equipped with an apparatus which enables removal of the particulate accumulation without damaging the acoustic lining. The robot is camera-equipped which enables 100% observation during the cleaning process in addition to future documentation. Further the robot controls provide varying degrees of agitation that protect the acoustic lining from damage during cleaning.
Metallic ductwork will be cleaned employing robotic direct contact brushing. The sanitizing of the ductwork employs a proprietary set of motorized brushes that are designed to operate and fit within the size and conditions of the ductwork. Robotics will be used to provide access to the ventilation at all existing outlets to minimize damage to the mechanical integrity of the ventilation system. These brushes will contact the ductwork on all four sides simultaneously, providing a work method that ensures particulate removal of a quality superior to traditional compressed air and hand vacuuming. These brushes render the interior surface of ductwork to its original clean, smooth condition. In addition, specialized robotic tracked vehicles will be used to provide video scanning and direct contact cleaning where applicable.
Both pressurized and cellular foam gaskets will be employed in the supply ductwork during cleaning to ensure the loosened particulate is directed to the HEPA filtration units and not allowed to enter the workplace.
A proprietary HEPA filtered vacuum air handling machine will be employed to exhaust contaminants from the ductwork as they are removed from the ductwork surfaces by robotic direct contact brushes and robots. The noise factor associated with this process has been acceptable to all our customers.
All vacuum units will utilize high efficiency absolute filters which contain the particles (HEPA).
All particulate captured by the HEPA filtration units will be contained and disposed of at an approved site.
Fans and Air Handling Units
Fire Dampers and Heat Rise Detectors
Air Intake Louvre and Screen
Inspection and Documentation