Duct Truck Bag Doors – No More Getting on the Roof

November 2, 2015 by Richard Bergeron - No Comments

When we go to conventions and showcase our air duct cleaning equipment, the number one question we get asked is “Why can’t someone create a duct truck that no longer makes you get on the roof to open and close your bag doors?”

no more getting on the roof

Getting on the roof has become second nature for duct cleaners ­ but there is a better way

The H2 Duct Truck design has now solved that problem. No more ladders, no more getting on the roof, no more slipping and falling, it’s all done.

H2 Duct Truck in operation with bag door open

H2 Duct Truck in operation with bag door open

To open the door, literally, you just have a simple pole ­ there’s no motors, no tracks, no gizmos, no gadgets to get the door open ­ it’s literally as easy as taking the pole and pressing up on the door. The gas shocks do all the work of opening it. Quick and easy.

Simple pole used to open the bag door

Simple pole used to open the bag door

To close it, simply jump up top, put your single big bag away (traditional multi­bags tied together are also available on the H2), and pull your door shut. You’re done. It’s that simple. No more getting on the roof.

Use the rope to close the door quickly and easily

Use the rope to close the door quickly and easily

To learn more about the H2 Duct Truck, click here.