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HVAC Cleaning and Sanitation

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Ensuring Air Quality Safety and Eliminating Airborne Contaminants in Commercial and Residential Heating and Cooling Systems

A critical component of industrial hygiene is a facility’s heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC) system. The maze of ducts, air handlers, coils, filters, fans and ventilators act as both a breeding ground and distribution pipeline for airborne contaminants and mold that can create respiratory problems and spread illness.

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After HVAC Cleaning and Sanitation

Infection Control Technologies’ Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) offers comprehensive HVAC cleaning and sanitation services on both a preventative and emergency response basis for commercial, industrial, residential or municipal facilities in New Jersey and the Philadelphia Metropolitan area. Using AirSystems Cleaning Technology, our experts perform exhaustive HVAC inspections with state-of-the-art technology and equipment to identify dirt buildup, blockages and the presence of mold or other contaminants as well as identify any failing or damaged components or surfaces.

Infection Control Technologies performs National Air Duct Cleaners Association-compliant (NADCA) HVAC cleaning, decontamination, deodorizing, disinfecting, and mold remediation of all air handling units, coils, filters, ventilators and ductwork. Our work meets all industry standards for ventilation system cleaning, including: NADCA ACR Standard (Assessment, Cleaning and Restoration of HVAC Systems) and IICRC 5520 (Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation).

In the event of damaged or inoperable HVAC components, our skilled restoration specialists are trained and equipped to restore, seal and replace insulation of affected ventilation system parts to leave air systems free of pollutants and returned to cost-effective, full operational capacity with improved indoor air quality.