Use a digital checklist to ensure that the ventilation systems meet the legal requirements.
With this ventilation system inspection checklist mechanics can carry out preventive maintenance on an HVAC system and submit a final report.Download template
With a checklist for the maintenance of a ventilation system, information about the distribution of airflow, pressure and air quality in the ventilation system is collected. It is a tool to detect non-compliance with ventilation requirements immediately. The maintenance of ventilation systems helps to prevent the airtightness of the building, which can lead to health risks, suffocation and even death.
The maintenance of ventilation systems is one of the most important technical controls available to the company hygienist to maintain and improve the quality of the air in the working environment. Ventilation systems enable an energetically and hygienically optimised air exchange. Thus they form an important part of modern and energy-saving buildings. It is, therefore, of great importance to invest in regular maintenance. Checking the ventilation systems brings you the following advantages:
To maintain warranty claims, it is necessary to document all maintenance procedures. Proper inspection and maintenance of a ventilation system is essential to preventexcessive moisture, mould growth and the accumulation of air pollutants such as allergens, skin flakes, dust and cleaning chemical vapours. The following five steps will help inspectors perform maintenance:
Step 1: Plan inspection
A scheduled inspection gives an inspector or inspection team sufficient time to thoroughly check the ventilation system and ensure that it is operational and in good condition. It also helps to prevent unnecessary incidents, injuries and illnesses.
Step 2: Ensure that the ventilation system meets the requirements
Ventilation systems are built with different specifications and capacities. Depending on the required standards and the conditions of the facility. It is important to check the ventilation system to ensure that it meets the needs of the company and ensures compliance with the legal requirements.
Step 3: Check the ventilation system in operation
Maintenance of the ventilation system includes checking the airflow from the ventilation openings and the condition of the ventilation grilles. Particular attention is paid to the presence of bent, missing or damaged parts, so that immediate repairs can be made to prevent the filter from becoming clogged with air pollutants.
Step 4: Check for pest infestation
The different areas of the ventilation system should be checked for traces of pests during Maintenance to minimize infestation. The cause must be determined, and remedial measures for treatment implemented immediately.
Step 5: Use a checklist
A ventilation system checklist serves as a guide for inspectors during maintenance. With their support, it is easier to identify defects, damage or repair requirements. It also assists in the evaluation of a ventilation system in order to determine the need for improvement and optimization of the operation.
Traditionally, inspectors use pen and paper to maintain a ventilation system. It's a tedious endeavor, which is time consuming. That's one of the reasons it takes a lot of time to generate reports when they're needed by facility owners. Avoid these delays with Lumiform, a powerful and mobile inspection and audit app. The digital tool allows you and your team to: