Servicing South-East Queensland & NSW
If you’re not sure whether your ducts need to be cleaned, they probably do. At Efficient Hygiene Services, we provide ductwork cleaning for commercial and industrial clients across South-East Queensland and NSW, including Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Tweed Heads, Penrith, Sydney and Parramatta.
Neglecting duct cleaning can have a detrimental effect on the operational efficiency of your HVAC system. It also presents a risk to the health of staff and/or customers. We use pneumatic and mechanical agitation equipment, paired with HEPA negative air machines, to safely remove all foreign contaminants.
Contact Efficient Hygiene Services today and benefit from a wealth of experience. We also provide ductwork treatment and remediation services. Our team meticulously adhere to Australian Standards 1668.2.
Duct cleaning is essential when it comes to maintaining a healthy work environment. However, it’s often overlooked until there are problems like poor airflow, high energy bills, or increased allergy symptoms. Our South East Queensland ductwork cleaners will help you maintain a sanitary workspace that is safe for all your occupants!
Rest assured, our qualified team can remove the build-up of dust, debris, mould, mildew and other hazardous foreign air contaminants in ductwork. In doing so, we can improve:
The HVAC system must be cleaned using mechanical cleaning methods designed to dislodge and extract contaminants from within the HVAC system components.
Such mechanical cleaning techniques which employ sizeable vacuum collection units, portable vacuum collection units, mechanical agitation systems, hand brushing tools, pressurised air sources, pressurised water sources, plus other tools and equipment shall convey the particulate and debris to a collection device in a safe and controlled manner.
It is required that mechanical cleaning techniques of duct systems incorporate the use of collection devices of sufficient capacity to create a consistent pressure differential between the ductwork being cleaned and the surrounding area.
These machines must be operated continuously during cleaning. Collection devices must be used to convey and collect debris and prevent cross migration of dislodged particulate during the mechanical cleaning process.
A vacuum collection device must be connected to the hvac component being cleaned through pre-engineered openings. The vacuum collection device must be of sufficient capacity that containment of debris and the protection of the indoor environment are maintained.
Dislodging contaminants from duct system components must be accomplished through mechanical agitation techniques. Mechanical agitation techniques requires the use of mechanical agitation devices to dislodge debris adhered to interior HVAC system surfaces, such that debris may be safely conveyed to vacuum collection devices.
Agitation devices may include cable driven brush systems, compressed air systems, power water wash systems, pneumatic and electric driven brushes, and hand tools such as contact vacuum brushes.
Contact vacuuming utilising HEPA-filtered equipment must be performed in designated areas of the HVAC system. Cleaning must be performed by the application of the vacuum in combination with a brush attachment directly to the contaminated surface.
It is highly recommended the HVAC component being remediated using HEPA contact vacuuming also be negatively pressurised using a vacuum collection device.