Aeroseal’s duct sealing technology is relied on by ESCOs to help projects reach their energy conservation goals efficiently and effectively. Research shows leaky duct works are a top building fault, wasting nearly $3 billion in energy every year.
Aeroseal seals leaks from the inside of HVAC ductwork by injecting a fog of aerosolized sealant particles after pressurizing the duct system. Physics ensures the sealant automatically locates and precisely seals air leaks, while the
Aeroseal system software measures and records results.
It has an average project payout of two to seven years and the work is guaranteed for the life of the service contract.
Aeroseal’s proven technology was developed in 1994 through research funded in part by the DOE and the EPA. Today Aeroseal has more than 800 dealers across the globe who have sealed nearly 200,000 buildings, realizing $1 billion in energy savings. For more information, visit us online at www.aeroseal.com