Thursday, 31 January 2013

Why You Need to Clean Your Grease Extract Fan

Grease extractor fans in commercial kitchens need cleaning on a regular basis. If commercial deep cleaning is not undertaken it can result in grease build up and the system can be damaged.  Built-up grease and other deposits will affect the airflow efficiency and it leads to a greater use of energy. More importantly excess grease is a fire risk - over 70% of fires in commercial kitchens originate in faulty ventilation due to fat and grease build up. This can have a devastating effect on your business and on your employees and customers. 

As an owner of a commercial kitchen you have a legal duty to prevent such a fire occurring as stated in fire safety legislation of 2006 (Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRO)) but in 2007-08 the London Fire Brigade recorded 166 fires in restaurants alone (including cafes and takeaway food shops) in the Capital.
Consequently many insurers now insist that grease extractor systems undergo regular ventilation and duct cleaning and testing by professional contractors.

So What Next?

Ingot Services – Specialists In Grease Extract Cleaning and Commercial Kitchen Cleaning.

With over twenty years of deep cleaning commercial kitchens and grease extract fans you can be sure that Ingot Services will clean your system to the highest standard.

Find out more about Ingot Services and your Grease Extract Cleaning options.

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