Enviro Dangers Recommends Fogging Machine as New Way To Kill Toxic Mold
Enviro Dangers advises using a mold fogger to kill toxic mold in hard-to-reach areas in heating and cooling equipment, ducts, and elsewhere.
December 24, 2012 (FPRC) -- Enviro Dangers recommends the use of a mold fogging machine as a new and effective way to kill toxic mold spores and mold growth in all of the nooks and crannies of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment and ducts and on all horizontal and vertical surfaces of fogged rooms, attic, basement, and crawl space.
The mold fogger creates and transports a fog or mist containing mold-killing, EPA-registered fungicidal products such as TimBor to coat all surfaces of the HVAC or areas being fogged. TimBor is available at www.timborprofessional.com.
The Enviro Dangers Fogging Machine has a precision regulating valve for adjusting flow rate and particle size. Smaller fog particles are most effective for killing mold.
An included 18 inch flex hose enables a property owner, manager, or employee to direct the fog into narrow spaces and around corners, under carpets, above ceilings, and between, beneath, and behind furniture as well as into the return air duct of HVAC systems,
The mold fogging machine is available in both 110 volts standard electrical outlet for use in the USA and Canada, and 220 volts for worldwide use. While the mold fogging machine is very light in weight, its liquid storage reservoir can hold up to 1.6 gal of solution so that users waste less time refilling. A power-line reel keeps the power cable organized.
If you have mold fogging machine questions, please visit the websites www.moldfoggingmachine.com and www.moldexpertconsultants.com, or email email@example.com, or phone mold expert Phillip Fry 1-480-217-7173.
For more information contact Phillip Fry of Enviro Dangers (http://www.moldfoggingmachine.com)
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