By periodical and preventive maintenance of HVAC systems the risk of fire hazards is considerably lowered.
Why start cleaning your ventilation?
It is common for dust and particles, arising from manufacturing processes, to settle in the duct system. That increases the risk of fire in the ducts and it offers a huge environment for the spread of fire originated elsewhere. Contaminated HVAC systems also reduce the efficiency of the entire system. A frequent cleaning helps controlling fires, energy costs and maintaining a longer life time of your systems.
Cleaning can be done without production downtime.
Our technicians can quickly and precisely evaluate your needs.
We can deploy five independent teams or one team of 25 technicians.
How does it work?
Thanks to years of experience and our own R&D team we can prepare individual solutions for you and your conditions. We use various technologies such as up-to-date ecological dry ice blasting or robots. Necessary but often forgotten is the suction of the removed contamination, which is our high priority. In many cases we can clean without production downtime. The long-reach design of our equipment allows us to utilize entry through inspection doors only and hence avoid dismantling at all.
Are you interested?
- Trained and experienced teams
- Unique and innovative technologies and applications
- Own R & D department
- International experience in various segments
- Excellent logistics and planning
- Communication in major languages
- Certifications and continued trainings
- Efficient communication tools
“Turnkey solution with high added value.”
We abide by all the necessary safety regulations and utilize the best safety equipment.
We carry out frequent projects in Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and Croatia. We also conduct individual projects as far as Mexico, Malta and the Persian Gulf region.
We are holders of many international certifications including VDI 6022B and NADCA.
Our long term cooperation with Barum Continental includes periodic dry ice blasting cleaning in the mixing department, exhaust duct cleaning from dispersion kneaders, presses or tyre cord machinery.