NADCA Releases 2021 Standard for Cleaning HVAC Systems
New standards are based on their own and associated organizations’ research based on reliable principles.
Health & Safety
The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) has published the 2021 edition of The Standard, a practical industry-backed guide for the assessment, cleaning and restoration of new and existing HVAC systems.
“The NADCA Standards Committee has worked diligently to make sure the 2021 edition covers every angle to assist individuals and entities in establishing and maintaining their professional competence while working in the duct cleaning industry,” said NADCA CEO, Jodi Araujo, “The 2021 edition will be continually reviewed, evaluated, and validated through practical application in the field, and revised as necessary.”
The new edition will also provide procedural-based guidelines for evaluating and verifying the cleanliness of HVAC systems components, prevent job-related hazards and specify the cleaning and restoration of HVAC systems to standard levels of cleanliness.
According to the NADCA the new standards are based on their own and associated organizations’ research based on reliable principles, industry-related literature and practical experience.
Are you involved in the HVAC cleaning and restoration industry and want to see the updated document? Click the link below for more information.
ACR, The NADCA Standard: 2021 Edition: http://bit.ly/3tyfEVB
Print this page
October 25, 2021