Resources - Commercial
Most Popular Resources for Commercial/Industrial Contractors
ACR, The NADCA Standard for Assessment, Cleaning & Restoration of HVAC Systems
Assessment, Cleaning, and Restoration of HVAC Systems (ACR) is an industry standard that establishes criteria for evaluating the cleanliness of HVAC system components, and for cleaning and restoring systems to a specific cleanliness level.
Introduction to Commercial HVAC Cleaning: A Guideline for Commercial Consumers
This short booklet provides commercial HVAC system cleaning consumers with the information needed to understand the procedures used by NADCA members. It outlines the inspection, maintenance and restoration of commercial HVAC systems. This publication also covers tips for selecting a qualified contractor and managing successful projects.
HVAC Inspection Manual – Resource CD
This CD was developed to assist inspectors with conducting comprehensive examinations of HVAC components and systems. It is also used as a study guide for the Certified Ventilation Inspector (CVI) designation. By following the methodologies presented in this manual, HVAC inspectors can objectively determine whether a system is contaminated with a significant accumulation of particulate or microbial growth or if HVAC performance is compromised due to contamination build-up.
Cleanliness Verification Template
This template is one of several tools needed to perform the NADCA Vacuum Test, which determines cleanliness, which is defined in NADCA’s ACR Standard.
Safety Manual – Resource CD
This CD contains more than 300 pages of information on safety procedures and OSHA regulations. Many questions on the Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) examination are taken directly from this manual.
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RIA Guidelines for Fire and Smoke Damage Repair have been revised and expanded with updated information, new material, and a more extensive glossary. Deemed as a valuable reference tool, the manual defines restorer-client-adjuster relationships and provides a basis for the proper training of estimators, project managers and insurance claims personnel. Utilized by restoration professionals worldwide, the RIA Guidelines address hundreds of issues including water damage, inspections, corrosion, restoration value, clothing and textiles, thermal shock, electronic equipment, sealing & encapsulation, and wall finishes.