As COVID-19 continues to impact on businesses, Airmaster’s business development manager and air conditioning specialist ‘Energy Ian’ Fisher shares how the company is supporting its maintenance customers at no additional cost during the crisis
The Airmaster team are constantly monitoring the COVID-19 situation and complying with government advice.
We want to keep our own staff working safely and have procedures in place for that, but also want to help our customers to be more confident in using their air conditioning systems, while trying to make their buildings a better place to be as much as we possibly can.
It’s now more important than ever to keep systems clean and we are doing what we can, where we can, for as long as we can during this time and are implementing added value to maintenance at no additional cost to all our customers to try and help keep the wheels of business turning.
So, all Airmaster maintenance customers during the COVID-19 outbreak restriction periods will receive, at no additional cost, during their maintenance visit:
- Disinfection of air-conditioning units or air handling units coils and cleanable filters with QX-60, a chemical cleaner that kills 99.9% of bacteria and fungi in 60 seconds or less while also improving indoor air quality.
- Documented and dated disinfection for every unit serviced.
If buildings are at low or no occupancy, this provides our team easier access and a safer environment for our engineers to work in. In coordination with our in-house fully accredited TM44 Air conditioning energy assessor, we are going to help our customers with:
- Optimisation with the controls for systems in empty areas or to suit low occupancy, which can provide you a considerable energy saving.
- Setting up ‘night purge’ to refresh the building with clean, fresh, outside air ready for the next day, every day – (please note optimisation and night purge can only be set on systems with the capability in place to do so).
If you are not currently a maintenance customer of Airmaster, but our service is of interest to you, get in touch now to see how we can help.
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Official guidance from REFCOM at time of going to press is that maintenance of air conditioning and ventilation systems should be continued. For further information on the likelihood of how an air conditioning system can or would spread a virus such as COVID-19, and what building owners can do to prevent the spread through common ventilation systems,