Air Conditioner Wet Wash Association (ACWWA)
The Air Conditioner Wet Wash Association (ACWWA) is an association for the rapidly emerging industry of ductless air conditioner cleaning.
ACCWA's charter is to establish nationally recognizable minimum standards of customer service, equipment, chemicals and experience.
To become Certified we had to meet all of their requirements as a minimum, and that we did.
What does this mean for you?
Our water pressure machines are class leading.
Products are non-corrosive & environmentally friendly.
Comply with ACWWA guidelines, everytime.
Return every aircon to 'as new' hygiene quality, everytime.
Although levels of usage, number of habitants, pets and humidity will vary the pace of contaminate growth, a ductless air conditioner will always be more hygienic and efficient if it is returned to "As New" hygiene at least once every twelve months.
If you have health concerns we recommend multiple times per year.
We recommend at least monthly, this ensures the dust doesn't get through and keeps the airflow to its potential.
An ACWWA Certified HVAC Wet Wash Specialist demonstrates to the association they have met the following requirements and complete the Certification Process
- Completion of a Lock Out/Tag Out training certification.
- Completion of a site safety certification. This could be a construction industry White/Blue Card or other safe working certification recognised in your state or territory.
- Have completed a HVAC Wet Wash specific training course either through a registered training provider or structured training by a private training provider.
- Demonstrated experience of at least 12 months as a wet wash cleaner. As this is a new industry, applicants who are unable to demonstrate the appropriate experience, can still apply if they can show ongoing mentoring support from an ACWWA Certified HVAC Wet Wash Specialist or through their provider.
- Completion of the ACWWA certification process including a declaration of voluntary compliance with the ACWWA HVAC Wet Wash Guidelines for Ductless Split Systems and the ACWWA Code of Practice.
No, not if they don't carry out any electrical or refrigeration work, then they must be licensed.
An ACWWA certified member has carried out the lock-out; certification, which means the power is isolated and safe to work on.
We don't carry out any repair works.
Interestingly, tradesman don't participate in any wet wash certification during their apprenticeship. So, they are no more qualified to clean an aircon.
Yes, we use a multi-enzymatic cleaner for soaking and cleaning the aircons.
Our natural oils solution used in the drains is 100% natural, not synthetic.
Yes, we don't repair aircons.
Since 2013, through research and development, we have combined the best in class equipment, chemical and processes.
This is why we're proud to be ACWWA certified as this validates our pursuit of quality.
Yes, in fact we offer a 100% money back guarantee if within 7 days of your aircon clean you are not 100% satisfied.
We'll also welcome the opportunity to rectify.
PS. Since 2013, we have only refunded 1 job, no questions asked.