I went down to the cannery last Tuesday to talk to a customer that has been experiencing some trouble with the ventilation system.
The customer uses a immense ventilation plan to remove all of the airborne contaminants.
That girl has a construction company that makes high-end and detailed furniture pieces. The ventilation plan removes all of the fumes from paint and varnish and it gets rid of the sawdust and other air contaminants. The owner called that heating and A/C repair company because she felt there was more sawdust in the air than correct and she was sad there might be an issue with the ventilation fan. I quickly put on our overalls. I knew I was going to need to crawl through the ventilation Network to entirely get a good look at things, but luckily, the HVAC duct and the cannery is about 4 ft across and 2 ft High. There is plenty of space for a qualified company to transport around inside of the areaâ€¦ As soon as I accessed the ventilation system, I didn’t need to go any further. I removed the panel and shined a light inside of the HVAC duct. I saw many sites where the light seemed to shine back and that meant holes in the HVAC duct. I told the owner of the cannery that I needed a couple of fourths to entirely assess all of the disfigures, however things didn’t look good. The 40 year-old HVAC duct plan had a lot of repairs that needed to be made if the ventilation fan was going to labor regularly.