Ducting and Canopy Cleans
Kitchen extraction/canopy systems are ‘out of sight out of mind’ to many kitchen managers, many are not aware of the hazards that are building up in their kitchen extraction systems and ducting.
High profile fires, increasing pressure from insurance companies and new fire regulations has identified the need to clean systems thoroughly by qualified engineers.
The Service include:
• Site Survey/ Inspection
• Proposal of costs and requirements to clean the system
• Pre and post site survey
• Installation of access panels where necessary
• Provide fan replacement where necessary
• Provide a detailed photographic report including micron levels
• The setup and management of a cleaning schedule for multiple sites
Kitchen extraction cleaning is a fundamentally difficult and dirty job. Busy caterers do not possess the knowledge or time to be able to check that the work has been properly carried out. The heart of the problem is that ductwork can be difficult to access and often only the areas that can be seen are the only areas cleaned. Legislation governing Health & Safety compliance in commercial properties is constantly evolving. Over the years it has changed dramatically putting even more responsibility on business owners to safeguard their staff and customers.
The law requires that the business owner or the responsible person carries out a documented Health & Safety risk assessment each year, paying particular attention to potential fire hazards like build-up of grease and dirt that accumulates within kitchen extraction systems and ductwork.
FREQUENCY OF CLEANING
|Usage||Hours per Day||Cleaning Frequency|
|Heavy Use||12-16 hours per day||3 monthly|
|Moderate Use||6-12 hours per day||6 monthly|
|Light Use||2-6 hours per day||12 monthly|
All CCS Facilities projects are cleaned by qualified engineers to industry specific standards (HVCA TR19) and are supplied with pre and post clean photographic evidence. A Certificate of Cleanliness is also supplied post cleaning for your Insurance Company and Environment Health Officer.