Air Duct Disinfection

Air Duct Disinfection services in Malaysia

We are sure recently most of us have come across news which states that Coronavirus is airborne and can spread through the air. Scientists are calling for ventilation systems to be overhauled like public water supplies which is why IAQ Facility Services is introducing air duct disinfection services. Cleaner indoor air won’t just fight the pandemic, it will minimize the risk of catching flu and other respiratory infections and avoiding these germs and their associated sickness and productivity losses would, therefore, it is essential to have your ventilation system and filtration disinfected.

Why Do You Need To Disinfect Your Air Duct?

To prevent spread of harmful diseases such as the COVID-19
Improve efficiency of the ventilation system
Better Indoor Air Quality

How Do We Operate

01

Identify the location of the air duct.

02

Cover work areas.

03

Remove HEPA Filter and install plastic sheet at outlet.

04

Create and install access panels based on air duct system layout plans.

05

Disinfect air duct system-utilizing duct coating technique

06

Perform post air duct inspection upon completion of works.

07

Re- install access doors and diffusers.

08

Tag out the Air Conditioning System unit and run a performance test.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our disinfectant has 6 log kills or 99.9999% kill rate. The disinfectant we use has been approved by the country’s regulatory authorities which also complies with the EPA regulations.This solutions are highly efficacious and proven to eliminate bacteria, as well as viruses and fungi. We work with our customers to find the best product to suit their needs.

The most appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE), such as N95 masks, goggles, coveralls, nitrile gloves and rubber boots are used by our team for disinfection. They are widely trained to minimise hazards in exposed environments, including: 

  • Personal protection and proper use of protective personal facilities
  • Protecting against injury to sharp objects
  •  Implement adequate procedures for decontamination
  • Basic good practise hygiene, such as regular, thorough washing of hands

There are many types of buildings and facilities. Buildings and facilities with a large number of people coming into contact with people carrying the virus will require more frequent treatments to ensure the safety of users. The entities must disinfect their properties before reopening and will depend on local government guidance and requirements for public health. In compliance with recommendations from local public health authorities, we follow these practises in their entirety.

There are many types of buildings and facilities. Buildings and facilities with a large number of people coming into contact with people carrying the virus will require more frequent treatments to ensure the safety of users. The entities must disinfect their properties before reopening and will depend on local government guidance and requirements for public health. In compliance with recommendations from local public health authorities, we follow these practises in their entirety.

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