Rotobrush Unveils New Laboratory
May 7, 2007
GRAPEVINE, Texas - Rotobrush® International LLC opened a new training laboratory to hundreds of students in the first quarter of 2007. The new lab, a designated 3,600-square-foot training facility near the Dallas-Fort Worth airport, offers hands-on stations addressing multiple field scenarios. Stations include extended plenum, radial perimeter, flex duct, and service openings. Each uses both the Rotobrush aiR(+®) air duct cleaning system and Atlantic Engineering Ultralite II equipment. The facility has a job site feel specially designed to mimic real rooms.
Students are able to use the equipment in different scenarios and interact with instructors and other air duct cleaners from around the United States and other countries.
“The facility is so large and it’s all state of the art. The training that you get when you purchase a machine is phenomenal. They take you through everything step-by-step,” said Rick Guiterrez, a Rotobrush customer and trainee, “Now that I’ve come to the training facility and met people that are in the same line of business, we talk to each other and we network with each other.”
Rotobrush staff instructors, who include nine Air Systems Cleaning Specialists (ASCS), lead students in the monthly Rotobrush-certified training program. In addition, training includes classroom participation on topics including HVAC systems, IAQ, microbial contamination, the air duct cleaning process, equipment and maintenance, and business planning and marketing.
For more information, visit www.rotobrush.com.
Publication date: 05/07/2007