Rotobrush Air Duct Cleaning Machine Demonstration Part #1 Of 4

Rotobrush Air Duct Cleaning Machine Demonstration Part #1 Of 4

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This is a demonstration on how to use the Rotobrush Duct Cleaning Machine.
The Rotobrush aiR+® air duct cleaning system is powerful, portable, and able to be run by a single tech. It’s a key element of our whole home air-quality and energy efficiency solutions.

11 thoughts on “Rotobrush Air Duct Cleaning Machine Demonstration Part #1 Of 4

  1. Nice video introduction to your products and how they are used for air duct cleaning. Thanks.

  2. Air duct cleaning is important no matter what method one uses. Thanks for taking your time to create this video.

  3. What tools should i have on hand or will i need initially while in the field? I have an Air rotobrush coming soon!

  4. We use the Rotobrush for our business and find it to do a good job. Thank You for this video!

  5. Beefed up shop vacs are not Duct cleaning equipment. used in conjunction with a negative air machine I would agree with. As a stand alone unit, I would not recommend it nor use it. A Nikro portable 6000 cfm machine runs 5000 these run 6500 for 500 cfm. No thanks.

  6. THEY ARE USELESS past FIVE FEET in any rectangular duct larger then 8″ x 10″ and Allllllll older homes are only built with rectangular ducts. From what I saw it doesn’t even work like it should in its one feasible application- the 6″ round duct work.
    BTW you will only find sections of 6″ round in homes less than 30 years of age; anything older then that IS ALLLLL rectangular ONLY! If u really want to clean rectangular ducts and large main trunk lines you’ll need some type “source removal” application.Why bother spending $3,000.00 on a machine that only cleans 5 feet into the main trunk line, the heart of a network???? For all that you can just go to home depot by yourself a 5 foot $5 wooden pole and scrape and vacuum those 5 feet out by hand. Saves you $2,995.00+tax and a bunch of repairs on your equipment and your customers homes from snags and such and it would be A LOT FASTER!
    My big question is how does anyone in good conscience walk into A 50 year old home like he or she is going to clean something and then pull out a “rotobrush”????
    I’m not talking to you if you are ALSO using a powerful negative pressure system. And I mean “powerful” negative pressure system- one strong enough that you create SIGNIFICANT pressure throughout the ENTIRE NETWORK. At that point the two techniques CAN complement each other VERY WELL, IF you have a cleaner motivated to do a good job. But I am talking to you, all of you, who are just using rotating brushes to clean homes.

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