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post #1 of Old 01-20-2015, 06:48 PM Thread Starter
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Airtech viper air duct cleaner

Start your own air duct cleaning service without going into debt!

The patented Airtech Viper was designed to be less evasive with no damaging brushes or cables to break. More efficient than rotary brush systems. You can clean the entire home duct system in the same or less time it takes to clean the carpets.


Easy to use and very compact. You can start making money the day you receive it. Whether you are starting a new air duct cleaning service or adding it to an existing carpet cleaning business, this is the most cost efficient system on the market. Odd shape duct work or larger ducts are not a problem with the Airtech Viper.

How it works: 1) Insert the air duct snake in each vent.

2) Connect your vacuum source and air compressor hose to the multi-port connection.

3) As you pull the Airtech viper through the vent, open the air compressor valve and let the reverse skipper ball and vacuum nozzle do the work. As dust/debris is dislodged, it is blown towards the vacuum nozzle and collected.

With 25 ft of tubing you can keep your vacuum source nearby.
Allows you to use a shop vac, portable carpet cleaner or truck mount carpet cleaner as your vacuum source.

Use air compressor with at least 120 psi but no more than 300psi.

The Airtech viper can pay for itself with just 1 job!!

Takes up minimal space on the van or you can even store it in the trunk of your car.

You will receive (1) 25 ft I Helix vacuum hose 1.5 inch in diameter with cleaning head and multi-port connector for air and vacuum connection.

No more cables to break and replacement of damaging brushes to worry with.

You will need:

1)A vacuum source such as a shopvac/ portable carpet cleaner or use your truck mounted carpet cleaner.

2) Air compressor available at most hardware stores- 120 psi minimum.


Airtech Viper model 25 Patent pending 2014.
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post #2 of Old 03-24-2015, 02:24 AM
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Beginning your own air shaft cleaning company without going into financial obligation!
The patented Airtech Viper was designed to be less evasive with no destructive brushes or cable televisions to break. More effective than rotary brush systems. You can clean the entire home duct system in the same or less time it requires to clean the carpets.
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your idea is good for cleaning carpet without debt.
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