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Triventek Shows Video Of Compressed Air Duct Cleaning
Air ducts can be efficiently cleaned using high volume compressed air. The clever thing about Triventek Hi-Aire Tornado equipment is the way the nozzle 'sticks' to the ductwork wall. It is completely counter-intuitive and so a video link is offered
One of the most popular tools is the Hi-Aire Tornado compressed air duct cleaning range. This equipment uses a relatively high volume of air about 5.5 m3/sec (about 200 cfm) at 7 bar (100 psi). The really simple, but really useful ‘trick’ is that at this air volume, the nozzle ‘sticks’ to the duct surface. This happens because of a local induction effect. It is quite different from the ‘skipper ball’ which is familiar in the USA. The American ‘skipper’ type system works through random agitation to dislodge dust from the duct surface.
With the Hi-Aire Tornado system, you have complete controllability – it’s like being able to open up the ductwork and clean it with a compressed air gun. The nozzle can be made to negotiate turns, bends and obstructions such as damper vanes.
In takes some skill and experience, but a handy operator can do ‘Indian rope’ tricks and make the nozzle creep up a room wall and stop where you want it to – all while blasting dust at 7 bar/100psi!
It is completely counter-intuitive, and that’s why Triventek offer a video clip here http://www.triventek-
Triventek Duct Cleaning offers a wide range of ductwork cleaning equipment including rotary brushes, dust extraction and filtration systems as well as inspection and multi-purpose remote-working robots which can crawl the HVAC systems. More details are available at http://www.triventek-
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Try also http://ductdoctor.blogspot.com