of all homes have leaky ducts
of your heated and cool air leaks out of your ducts
Annual savings of anywhere from
$300 - $1,000
annually per system when you Aeroseal your ducts
is wasted every year in the USA
of every $1 you spend is on wasted energy
what is a dust collection system?
A Dust Collection System draws particulates and dust from the air through a filter and separates the matter and then distributes purified air back into the building or environment
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the importance of
dust collection systems
the importance of dust collection systems
Where can you find a Dust Collection System?
Why are they important?
our cleaning process
Power vacuum truck is hooked into the main duct creating negative suction.
Air charge dislodger or specialized agitator is sent down all duct lines to dislodge and agitate debris and particles while the vacuum removes dust.
Remove filters and clean out bag house section of the collector.
For larger duct work, hand vacuuming may occur to ensure proper cleaning.
Why and How Often should I clean the Dust Collection System?
Advanced Air Duct Cleaning has answers
When particulates build up on the walls of the ducts, it prevents proper suction from occurring creating what is known as static pressure drop. Static pressure drop results in inefficient use of your dust collection system. Contaminants are not being pulled out from the air to its fullest capacity. In some cases, the air will become so polluted with containtments visibility will be limited. Dust Collection System cleaning frequency can vary from every 6 to 12 months depending on the facility use and amount of air borne contaminants.