Reynolds & Son

Extraction Cleaning in Northamptonshire

Phone Number: 01604 454263

Mobile Number: 07837 104 269

How To Clean an Extractor Fan

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  • 14-09-2017
How To Clean an Extractor Fan

How To Clean a Kitchen Extractor Fan

Our typical technique of cleansing the extraction motor is to set up gain access to panels either side.  We do this by removal of the extraction grille or via the extraction filter real estate in the canopy. 

The fan blades, motor and casing will be cleaned to gain access. If access panels have not been fitted prior to our arrival. We will certainly install these wherever the system permits it. All job is undertaken in accordance with current guidelines. This will be certificated on completion, along with a detailed report.

All work requirements satisfy the Food Safety Acts and remain in conformity with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974. We are qualified to understand threat assessments. We are also knowledgeable in fire protection. We offer both a photographic record and certification. These abide by HVCA requirements.

The requirement for specialist cleaning of air flow systems will depend on the degree of usage. This depends on the kinds and quantity of food and various other danger elements. This can include venerability of the system to fire up and influence constructing residents.

We embark on one of the dirtiest tasks in the cleaning sector. We give you peace of mind that the kitchen extract system has actually been cleaned and degreased. This is done to the highest requirements to guarantee it abides by TR19 Guidelines.

Kitchen essence cleaning is a compulsory requirement for your building insurance. This is in order to help lower the threat of fire and to comply with insurance coverage guidelines. 

A risk analysis must be carried out at the very least yearly by the building's owner or office supervisor. This is to include an inspection of the extraction system. This will remove all traces of grease and carbon that would be a feasible reason for fire as this deposit is highly flammable.