RECOVERY OF AERAULIC SYSTEMS
Interventions in high-risk environments such as operating rooms, laboratories refineries, cabins of yachts and ships.
We work in high risk areas, such as ORs, refinery laboratories, yacht cabins and ships. Indoor air quality is not only an issue in working environments, but also in hospitals, hotels, supermarkets, houses, leisure facilities, ships etc. Pollution may depend upon many different factors, such as the building location; the working activities that are performed; the materials used for construction and furniture, the quality of ventilation or air recirculation systems.
It is thought that health risks due to indoor pollution are higher than risks due to outdoor pollution.
This is known as the “Sick Building Syndrome”, and its main causes are malfunctioning ventilation systems, which carry bacteria, hazardous gases and other pollutants.
The systematic and regular monitoring of air quality and careful maintenance on plants are of the utmost importance to tackle this important issue.
OUR MAIN ACTIVITIES
- Cleaning and decontamination of ventilation and air conditioning systems as per regional law no. 24/02 and successive integrations.
- Sampling and analysis of the contamination levels of aeraulic systems in all environments.
- Video inspection of aeraulic systems pipes.
- Cleaning of extractor hoods used in kitchens and canteens.
THE THREE-PHASE RECOVERY OF AN AERAULIC SYSTEM:
- PRELIMINARY INSPECTION
During this first phase, we analyse and assess the conditions of the air treatment system and the inside of the pipes; we also check the systems for particles and the level of bacterial and fungal contamination.
- OPERATIONAL ACTION
During this second operational phase, air circulating in the system is purified by using special filters that capture particles and kill bacteria and viruses; air pipes are then carefully cleaned.
- FINAL CHECK
During this third and final phase, the inside of the air pipes is carefully inspected and the bacterial or fungal contamination values of the particles – after the treatment has been applied - are checked. The air treatment unit must be checked for the presence of legionella pneumophila bacteria.
At the end of the work, the company issues a technical report, accompanied by all videos that have been recorded.
OUR MOST IMPORTANT SPECIAL TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT
- Cameras for robot-supported video inspections.
- Samplers to check bacterial or fungal contamination.
- Air extractors.
- Robots equipped with cleaning brushes.
- Air jet rotating heads.
- Rotating heads for hygienization.
- Suction fans for dust and liquids.