The newest standards from the National Air Duct Cleaners Association will be discussed at the group’s Sept. 26-28 annual fall conference in Atlanta.
Association President Bill Benito will introduce NADCA’s updated 2013 assessment, cleaning and restoration standard.
“The standard sets an expectation for cleaning and restoring HVAC systems to a specific level of cleanliness,” Benito said.
This year, members of the Indoor Air Quality Association will be attending the conference and will present a session on the use of air scrubbers during duct cleaning. Other sessions on safety and use of aerial lefts are also planned.
“Our organization prides itself on promoting the highest standards in the industry.” Benito said. “The fall tech conference is an opportunity for professionals to come together, network, exchange ideas and participate in hands-on training.”