Could you explain the layout with for the rug plant for flow of cleaning rugs, with the locations of each piece of equipment you are using? Also interested in where storage for clean/done and dirty rugs is with this lay out? Do you have this detailed on graph paper? I did see the sketch in the first few posts, just looking for more detail and understanding of space and sqft needed operate properly. Also what is the actual sqft used for the rug plant, minus all the office, show room, training area's? Thanks, really liking this thread!
I am waiting on the delivery of my Dust Collector. It will draw air by ductwork from inside the room They were out of stock when I ordered it. Here is a picture of it:Nice set up Tom. I'm just wondering if you vent the area with the tumble duster or is it not necessary?
The moist or humid air is evacuated outside at the same cfm it enters the drying chamber. It runs on and off on a cycle. No plan was eveer intended for savaging the humid air. Think like a clothes dryer in your home. Same principle. It is more economical than dehumidifying.Excuse my ignorance---This is the unit that pulls the air from outside, heats it and then heats your drying room? With the Exhaust coming out of the Top of the room---grin--?
Are you going to harvest any of the exhaust heat? Maybe to preheat your hot water?
Aaron Groseclose or Ruth Travis instruct an IICRC RCT course.Man, apparently I need to start becoming knowledgeable on oriental rugs so I may be able to do this one day.
I clean some wool rugs on site but honestly rugs kinda scare me.
Where's a good place for a rug newb to get started learning and training?
It's actually super smart. We've named our business similarly and it drastically helps with SEO. Customers don't care about a snazzy name, they want you to know what you're doing with their rugs.