Cleanair UK offers professional kitchen extract cleaning in Canterbury and nearby areas. Over time, kitchen ductwork systems and extract canopies can become clogged with grease and debris, posing a serious fire hazard to your establishment.
Surveys show that about 80% of kitchen extract systems in the country have never been cleaned, increasing the risk of fire caused by grease-laden air. Grease in your air ducts is highly flammable — a small fire could ignite the debris in your ducts and may even spread through the entire building.
Cleanair UK has a proactive approach to kitchen extract cleaning — we have a comprehensive canopy, ductwork and extract fan unit cleaning process that is in line with the highest industry standards. We can greatly improve the safety of your kitchens and restore its performance.
Arrange your kitchen extract clean today by contacting our Technical Sales Team at 0800 29 22 400 to receive a quotation. You may also fill out our enquiry form.
Clean Air UK allows you to fulfil your legal duties and comply with industry regulations. According to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order of 2005, business premises are responsible for carrying out risk assessment and maintaining a proper fire management plan for their buildings.
The Health & Safety Executive and the Association of British Insurers specify that all kitchen extracts be kept clean to minimise fire and other risks. The frequency of your cleaning schedule depends entirely on your system usage and the guidelines specified in your insurance policy.
By maintaining a regular ductwork cleaning schedule, we can help you satisfy fire safety regulations and keep your kitchens safe.
Listed below are recommended cleaning guidelines from B&ES TR19 Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems, the frequencies relate to kitchen usage/grease loading on extract systems.
|Heavy Use||12 – 16 Hrs per Day||3 Monthly|
|Moderate Use||6 – 12 Hrs per Day||6 Monthly|
|Light Use||2 – 6 Hrs per Day||Annually|
All of our work is carried out in accordance with B&ES TR19 Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems Guide to Good Practice Section 7 Specific Considerations for Kitchen Extract Systems.
We ensure you remain compliant with the Health & Safety Executive, Workplace Directive, Fire Safety Order and your Buildings Insurance Provider.