IN-ROOM PTAC CLEANING
Keeping PTAC Units clean is crucial to their operation, and Industry studies have shown that regular deep cleaning can offer significant financial savings. By cleaning them properly, operators can extend the life of their units and ensure they are in peak condition during use.
KELLEY’S IN-ROOM PTAC CLEANING
• Equipment – Kelley’s uses professional truck-mount equipment. With water temperature between 180-200° F, combined heat and pressure significantly contribute to the breakdown of debris, and the vacuum strength produced by the truck-mount system ensures more complete extraction of wastes.
• Chemicals – Our process is GREEN. We use only the best, environmentally safe products recommended by leading manufactures.
• Process – Our exclusive 7-point deep cleaning process addresses every critical aspect required to ensure your units deliver the results you need. It’s the most thorough PTAC cleaning service available.
DELUXE IN-ROOM PTAC CLEANING
1. Testing – Units are tested before and after cleaning and the control board area is covered for protection. 2. Complete coil cleaning - Coils are cleaned with 180-200 ̊ F water and environmentally safe, non-acidic cleaner, recommended by leading manufactures.
3. Condensate pan - Dirt and organic matter are thoroughly removed from the condensate pan and other critical areas.
4. Drain line - The condensate drain is flushed out with pressurized water to prevent clogging and overflow. 5. Disinfection – A hospital-grade disinfectant is used in conjunction with 180-200 ̊ F water.
6. Filters – Filters are cleaned and sanitized to maximize airflow and prevent re-contamination.
7. Sleeve - Dirt and debris are removed from the PTAC sleeve.
Recommended for properties in high humidity areas, have smoking rooms, malodors, or other air quality concerns.
1. The PTAC cover is vacuumed to remove accumulated lint.
2. The entire unit is treated with Simple Green d Pro3. This hospital-grade product contains a high level of active ingredients effective against serious public health concerns including E-coli, HIV-1, Influenza, MRSA, Salmonella, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Athlete’s Foot Fungus, and more.
3. An EPA registered, non-chlorinated condensate pan strip is inserted for timed-released control of mold, algae, and other microorganisms between cleanings.
For a minimum amount, both packages include the addition of screws and sleeve clips to equal four.
VTAC (VERTICAL) PTAC CLEANING
VTAC units are generally manufactured in one two configurations.
1. The units resemble a cube. The evaporator and condenser coils sit back to back, as with most vtaGE and Friedrich units.
Cleaning companies will often clean the room-side evaporator coil, leaving the critical condensing coil dirty, as the only way to access it, is to remove the unit from the chassis. This is a recipe for failure. Kelley’s has a process for cleaning these units outdoors, accessing both coils in addition to other critical components.
2. The units resemble an upright rectangle. The two coils are offset, upper and lower, as in the case of most Amana and First Co. units.
Kelley’s uses an in-room cleaning process, which has been approved by First Company, a leading manufacturer of VTAC units.
FAN COIL UNIT CLEANING
Fan-Coil Units are available in horizontal, vertical and console configurations; exposed and concealed cabinets. They are part of an overall system that consist of multiple fan coil units, a piping system, chiller, and boiler. Fan coil units are generally comprised of a coil/s, condensate pan, one or more fan motors, a filter and a cabinet to house these components.
Frequent filter replacement is your first line of defense, followed by regular cleaning of the coil/s and condensate pan, and ensuring proper drainage. This will reduce the likelihood of contaminates reaching the fan motor assemblies and ensure your units deliver the results you need.
Contaminated fan motor assemblies.