POWDER, DUST, & DEBRIS
POWERFUL, PERMANENT POWDER REMOVAL
Powder is tricky. It clings. Then, even when you think you’re rid of it, it reappears. We know that complete and permanent powder removal can feel like a frustrating goal. That's why we've developed blow-off, ionized air rinsing, and vacuum solutions that can be customized to meet your specific powder or dust removal need. Whether you need to clear small particles from a tiny corner, a staticky surface, or a wide sheet, we have the right equipment for your application.
Solving the Big Problem of Tiny Particles
We’ve dedicated our engineering team to solving the unique challenges of powder removal, like static cling and thorough particle collection. We can integrate a deionizer to help even the smallest particles separate from your product's surface.
Plus, our blower-based solutions are energy and space efficient. We don't think you should have to use large amounts of line space or resources to collect such small particles. JetAir's powder removal systems are powered by belt-free, centrifugal blowers. Because we eliminate the need for compressed air, we can help you significantly shrink your plant's energy consumption. We regularly help our customers save thousands each year.
Integrated Blow-off and Collection
The problem with fine particles is that they tend to hang in the air after blow-off. Given the opportunity, they'll resettle on your product. We won't let that happen. JetAir has engineered blow-off tunnels that keep all fine particles contained. We can also integrate a vacuum collection system so you can rest easy knowing exactly where that unwanted powder, dust, or debris will end up.
Our high-efficiency blowers and air knives can get the tiniest particles out of the smallest cracks and crevices. Whether you’re struggling to pull powder from a tight corner or dust from below a crown, we have a solution for you. Let us blow your small particle troubles away.
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PMA General Questions
How long has Property Management of Andover been in the business of property management and maintenance?
How many employees work at PMA?
Is personnel turnover a concern at PMA?
Personnel turnover is not a concern, as employee range of service at PMA exceeds 20 years for several employees.
How would our condominium community benefit from this lack of turnover at PMA?
Our teamwork program and expansive knowledge of condominium management through experience and long term relationships is beneficial to your condominium community. Management personnel turnover leads to a loss of information and the Board’s need to train managers. Our lack of turnover has contributed greatly towards the success of our teamwork approach of professional management.
How many communities does PMA manage?
As of May 2016, PMA manages 44 condominium communities.
Is there a size restriction on the communities managed by PMA?
PMA manages condominiums that range in size from 10 homes to 300 homes. There is no size restriction on communities that we manage.
Are rules enforced?
Rule and regulation enforcement is important for the upkeep and appearance of a community. They are consistently enforced in conjunction with the plan set by the governing board members.
When a caller contacts PMA, will he or she hear an automated message?
No, a person answers the phone from 8:00am-4:30pm, excluding lunch.
What automated services are offered by PMA?
Does PMA have a website?
Yes, the website is accessible through http://www.pmandover.com/ or http://www.propertymanagementofandover.com/
What services does the PMA website offer?
How does PMA manage transitions from prior management?
Who is the founder of PMA?
Jim Toscano is the founder and owner of PMA.
What designations does Jim Toscano hold?
Jim Toscano holds the PCAM designation, which stands for Professional Community Association Manager, the highest and most difficult designation available from the Community Association Institute (CAI).
What is the Community Association Institute (CAI)?
CAI is the professional organization that provides courses and educational standards for its member’s designation. CAI is a nation-wide support organization that offers community associations substantial leadership in the operation of homeowner associations.
Is Jim Toscano active in “hands on” real estate management?
Yes, Jim Toscano still manages communities that he has managed since their inception.
Does PMA charge a project supervision fee?
How often does the management fee increase?
Management fees will not increase for a minimum of two years.
How large are the increases when they are due?
Increases average 3-5 percent every 2-3 years. They depend on service levels desired by the communities.