The inside story of clean ductwork

Published:  01 December, 2016

In response to the BESA (Building Engineering Services Association) ‘TR19 Guide to good practice — internal cleanliness of ventilation systems’ Interduct has developed a specialist chemical cleaning method for vertical risers. The method and product have been modified over the last four years, and the team now cleans over 500 risers a year.

Paul Downing, technical consultant to BESA, says, ‘One of the most effective methods that I have witnessed is the methodology used by Interduct, which involves equipment using the hot chemical viscosity method.

‘The benefits include non-agitation whilst reducing noise levels and the potential for damage to ductwork surfaces.

‘In addition, the method ensured competitive costs in comparison to mechanical cleaning methods.’

For more information on this story, click here: December 2016, 85

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