The reasons of a good maintenance of your textile duct network are diverse but all important:

-      The visual criteria: important since it is that way one can note the visible state of the duct. The equipment must be maintained clean and free of splashes or fouling.

 

-      The technical criteria: the good functioning and efficiency of the textile duct network depends on the frequency of its maintenance. If the porosity and capacity of diffusion and functioning of the network isn’t well maintained, the network will show a change in performance.

 

-      The microbiological criteria: this is an important notion for the mastering of the general quality of the air and is an essential criterion for the Food industry.

 

-      Classification with fire: to preserve the classification with fire of a network it is necessary to maintain it in the conditions that most closely resemble the conditions obtained when the ducts were tested, that is to say unused and in their original state. An appropriate maintenance of your duct network guarantees you to keep the original classification with fire. The H.A.S maintenance process is certified as meeting the initial classification of the equipment after up to 100 cleanings.

To answer the rigorous requirements of industry, H.A.S has defined its own cleaning processes, taking into account the environment and the specific functioning conditions.

H.A.S textile ducts to diffuse and transport air

H.A.S also offers to dust, clean and disinfect the entire air network, from the entry to the extractor, from the diffuser to the Air handling unit.

Concerning the quality management process, it is advisable to maintain the facilities in good condition. After a few weeks or months of production, the air diffusion network becomes a source of bacteria: the textile ducts need to be cleaned regularly by a professional. To answer the rigorous requirements of industry, H.A.S has defined its own cleaning processes, taking into account the environment and the specific functioning conditions.

The H.A.S quality management process provides the intervention of an independent laboratory to measure the level of contamination before and after the cleaning the cleaning procedures. The laboratory prepares a report that H.A.S encloses to its own cleaning documents. You will receive a copy to keep in your file. This document attests the good maintenance of your equipment.

Following the cleaning process, our technicians perform the inspection of 8 H.A.S check points on the ducts to check whether they are torn, worn out, or have any other defect that could alter the right air diffusion.

If there are any reparations needed on your ducts, our team contacts you quickly and once you accept the quote, the production agent carry out any necessary repairing.