SpeedClean Mini-Split Bib Kit
The Mini-Split Bib Kit is the fastest way to clean ductless mini-split coils, blower wheels and more. If you are a contractor, you simply have to have one, or two, in your truck. This kit allows you to safely and quickly clean virtually any mini-split system the correct way using pressurized water on coils, blower wheels and more. The patented technology keeps water away from walls and other surroundings and directs it into the 5 gallon bucket for disposal, so it’s clean and safe all around.
- Quick to set up and easy to move from job-to-job.
- Includes 8' drain line for high mounts.
- Keeps walls and floors safe from water and over spray.
Clean mini-split evaporator coils fast. Mini-Split HVAC systems are the fastest growing segment in HVAC installations and cleaning mini-splits can be very profitable. In fact, almost a million units are installed annually, and there are millions of units already in service. However, until now, there's been no easy way to properly clean mini-split HVAC systems. It’s been a labor intensive and tedious process. The patented Mini-Split Bib Kit from SpeedClean changes all that. It attaches quickly to mini-split systems up to 44" wide using special brackets. It uses the custom 4mil plastic bib section to create a barrier against the wall and other surroundings, so that you can clean the coils, fan blades and more with pressurized cleaning systems, like pump sprayers or our CoilJet Portable Coil Cleaning System.
The system is simple to use. Simply slide the brackets in behind the corners of the mini-split air handler. Attach the bib and protective wall plates and tighten. Then place the bottom of the bib funnel into the included 5-gallon bucket. All coil cleaner, water, and debris are safely funneled into the 5-gallon bucket. No mess, and no fuss.
HVAC School presents The Professional HVAC Contractor’s Guide To Coil Cleaning and Mini-Split Maintenance
Cleaning coils saves money through increased system efficiency and longevity. This isn’t a hypothesis, It’s a proven fact. However, cleaning coils isn’t just throwing water on them. Depending on the coil type, the type of debris and the type of system, different cleaning methods should be used to get the best results. To help contractors identify faster, easier, and more profitable methods for maintaining mini-splits, SpeedClean partnered with HVACR School, a leading professional education site for HVACR contractors to create a guide. The complimentary guide is packed with information like:
- Importance of Maintenance
- Step by Step Maintenance
- Do's and Don'ts of Mini-Split Maintenance
- Cleaning Tools and Material
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