More and more residential areas are cropping up in Dubai, and these buildings and homes are usually equipped with centralized HVAC ducts and systems. Although these are highly efficient and desirable, a large number of residents have an issue with this type of HVAC system and supply ceiling diffuser in Dubai, which is the ‘sick building’ syndrome. When a single person in the building gets sick the air is infused with airborne allergens and particles that are circulated throughout the building.
This effect can be amplified by regular maintenance and cleaning of the supply ceiling diffuser in Dubai. This practice will go a long way towards minimizing the amount of allergens and dirt floating through the air. Fortunately, it is one that is easily accomplished, only requiring a simple cleaning solution.
Preparing the Cleaning Solution:
This cleaning solution is very simple to make. Combine one measure of cleaner to two measures of warm water. Any cleaner that is labelled as antibacterial will do. If you don’t have an antibacterial cleaner, one or two capfuls of an antibacterial solution will do the trick. This solution is effective and yet gentle so as to be used on any material whether it be plastic or metal.
How to Clean the Ceiling Diffuser:
Carefully remove the dirt from the blades with a malleable sponge sheet in order to get the sponge in between the blades. Do this while the sponge is well saturated with the cleaning liquid. Run the sponge along each blade, gathering all the dirt until it comes back clean. After this step use a dry and clean cloth to wipe the ceiling diffuser dry. If you do not have a sponge sheet you can also use a cloth.
Cleaning ceiling diffusers can be difficult and time consuming, so it would be helpful to purchase high quality equipment for your needs which require less maintenance. These aren’t limited to diffusers, but also range out to motorized smoke fire dampers, and other such equipment.Tags: Ac Ducts, Motorized Smoke Fire Damper, Supply Ceiling Diffuser, Swirl Diffusers
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This post was written by KAD Air Conditioning