Air Handling System Monitoring
Industry guidelines state that air ducting and ventilation systems should be cleaned on a regular basis, as high levels of dust moving through the systems can affect the air quality in your premises.
Rentokil Specialist Hygiene can monitor the dust and hygiene levels in your systems and provided a TR19 compliant report. We also offer air handling system deep cleaning solutions.
TR19 guidelines explain that under The Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations, it is a legal obligation for managers and building owners to ensure that enclosed workplaces are ventilated with fresh, purified air.
Therefore, it is advised that heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are cleaned regularly to remove any dirt or dust that can build up and cause potentially harmful bacteria to be spread throughout the air management system, which could increase the spread of illness in your premises. A system that is compliant with the TR19 standards is more likely to ventilate fresh air
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TR19 is a set of guidelines that govern good practice of air handling cleaning. The guidelines recommend the monitoring and maintenance of a business’ systems. They also state that the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulation 5 imposes a duty to clean ventilation systems as appropriate, and that good records need to be kept showing evidence that the ductwork continues to meet the regulations.
The Elcometer 456 is a thickness gauge with a scan probe, providing accurate readings of a dry deposit thickness in air handling systems.Rentokil Specialist Hygiene uses this technology to efficiently collate the readings and create a detailed report of the results, with our expert’s recommendations.
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