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Kitchen extract ventilation systems

Grease and oil particles in a kitchen extract ventilation system can accumulate creating a fire hazard. So if you own or manage the premises, carrying out fire risk assessments for your kitchen extract system is not only essential, it’s the law according to the Fire Regulatory Reform Act 2005.

We have extensive experience of kitchen extract system cleaning to a recognised industry standard – B&ES (formerly known as HVCA) TR/19 – which means the building’s ventilation system is well maintained, an essential requirement for securing and maintaining insurance policies.

Take a look at our example before and after images.

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In order to meet the standards promoted by the B&ES TR/19 protocol, you must have a regular cleaning programme in place to reduce the risk of fire. This table shows recommended cleaning frequencies for kitchen extract ventilation systems based on kitchen operating hours as advised in B&ES TR/19.

kitchen extract cleaning intervals table

Our comprehensive service comprises complete and detailed pre-works surveys, transparent quotations, professional site service rounded off by detailed post works reports and evidence including:

  • Digital images before and after works are carried out
  • Hygiene validation certificates
  • System diagram showing access points and areas cleaned,
  • Written report including pre and post works deposit measurements.
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