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For air to be delivered to the air conditioning space there is need to use air carriers which are known as the ducts. Basically, ducts are usually made using sheet metal or a noncombustible structural material. The common types of ducts are four. The galvanized steel ducts are used in air distribution systems where the ducts are fabricated with galvanized steel metal. This galvanized steel refers to steel sheet metal, which is treated with zinc and a coating is formed on the metal surface.

The next type is the fiberglass duct that comes furnished in two different styles. There are the flat sheets for fabrication and the round prefabricated duct. This one comes with some major advantages such as the ease to transport and assemble in the field. Fabric duct is also another great choice of an air conditioning duct and offers a myriad of key advantages, which cannot be obtained from the traditional solutions. The fabric duct is usually constructed with the fabric shaped like cylindrical tubes, quarter panel or half round. But why should you use the fabric duct? You will enjoy superior air dispersion, balancing, simple and easy installation, reduce the cost of transportation, its light in weight, hygiene and the risk of damage is highly minimized.

Decontamination of air duct is a widely needed service in most parts of the world today. With people spending most of their time locked indoor, there is a high likelihood that indoor air can be highly polluted compared to outdoor air. Decontamination helps to reduce the health risks posed by pollution of the air ducts in your heating and cooling system. A clean HVAC system offers many benefits such as increased energy savings, reduction in fire and explosion risk, reduced product contamination and improved health standards.


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To deliver air to the air-conditioner space, air carriers are needed. These carriers are called ducts. Ducts are made of sheet metal or some structural material that will noncombustible. There are four (4) common type of ducts:

** Galvanized-Steel Duct
Many air distribution systems are fabricated from a material known as galvanized-steel metal. Galvanized steel is steel sheet metal that has been treated with zinc to form a coating on the surface of the metal.

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Fibreglass Duct** Fibreglass Duct
Fibreglass duct is furnished in two styles:
> flat sheets for fabrication
> round prefabricated duct

Advantages:
> easily transported
> easily assembled in the fields
> vary quiet


** Flexible Duct
Flexible duct is an easily installation because the run can be aligned easily unlike rigid duct, which must be aligned exactly.

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** Fabric Duct

Fabric duct offers a variety of benefits that traditional solution often cannot. They are constructed of fabric shaped as cylindrical tubes, half-round or quarter panel.

Why Fabric Duct?Fabric Duct
> Superior Air Dispersion
> Simple & Easy Installation
> Balancing
> Light Weight
> Reducing Transportation Cost
> Minimize risks of Damage
> Hygience

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Air Duct Decontamination ServicesAIR DUCT DECONTAMINATION

Widely Needed Service.....
The American Lung Association estimates that we spend 90% of our time indoors. Indoor air pollution can be 2 to 3 times more contaminated than outdoor pollution. It's easy to see how a workplace could be harmful to a person's health.

Indoor Air Pollution.....
The 'SICK BUILDING SYNDROME' is a National problem affecting everyone's health.

Clean HVAC System
* Increase Energy Savings
* Minimize Product Contamination
* Reduce Risks of Fire & Explosion
* Improve Health Standards
* Increase Heating / Cooling Efficiency
* Improve Plant and Office Environment Brighten Employee and Public Image

Central Air Duct System Disease.....

Contamination builds up overtime in air systems. Heat and moisture are introduced into air ducts both in the heating and cooling season which acts as an incubator (causing germs, fungi, bacteria and dust mites to grow.) THOUSANDS OF SICK BUILDINGS HAVE BEEN TRACED TO HAVE CONTAMINATED AIR SYSTEMS including the Logionnaire's Disease outbreak that killed 29 people in 1976 (As reported by the National)

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