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JanSan Manufacturing Introduces SpinDuct

Originally published: 12.21.12 by


JanSan Manufacturing Co., has introduced a residential and light commercial air duct cleaning system called the SpinDuct.  

The SpinDuct opens up new opportunities for HVACR businesses by allowing contractors to offer air duct cleaning services, says Bill Scheuneman, CEO.

The SpinDuct includes unique features such as: RotoFlex-Sweeping brush technology that contain precision angled sweeping brushes that automatically adjust to the size of the duct, and a separation of the cable/brush from the vacuum hose for increased maneuverability throughout the ductwork. 

For more information: www.spinduct.com

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