Kitchen extraction duct cleaning in 2006 a duty of care safety legislation order )RRO) Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order for owners and operators of Kitchens, by 2007 in London alone there were 166 fires in restaurants recorded, the consequences of neglect can be severe for the individual/company responsible. But neglect can also have both mechanical and environmental implications for business and commercial viability.
The association of British insurance insurers’ also recommends that extract systems should be cleaned and certified as per the HVACS tr/19 BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES
Clean Sweep Group will meet all your requirements and shall provide all the necessary documentation required by law, photographs of before and after will be provided throughout the system, certificate, insurance certificate, current HVAC TR19 regulations.
The deep cleaning of AHU ducting systems as per the Clean Air Act 2008
This is commonly known as sick building syndrome (SBS) There is a growing concern over the quality of the air we breathe, and for most of us that means a long period of time breathing air supplied to us through air conditioning systems. The legal answer comes under the COSHH regulations, EURO directives and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) It is the company responsibility to ensure the health and safety of your workers, visitors or tenants by providing clean fresh air into the building with regular deep cleaning of Air intakes/ extracts ducting/filters \and fan motors.
These ducting systems should be cleaned on an annul basis here at Clean Sweep Group we have the latest rotary brush systems designed to travel through the ducting up to 35metres with HEPA Hoover systems cleaning the system, we also have inspection cctv units which can also be placed into the ducting for inspection work.
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Coil cleaning, dirty coils can increase your electricity rate by up to 30% per annum. Clean Sweep Group have various steam cleaning generators to remove the waste blocked between the coils ensuring that the system is running back at the manufacturers specification reducing your costing.
Dry ice blasting
Boilers, Oil Spills, Waste Removal (licensed Carrier), Building and House
Dry ice pellets which are pure solid carbon dioxide, are made by decompressing liquid CO2 to create CO2 snow. The snow is then compacted and extruded through a die plate to form solid CO2 pellets.
Dry ice is unstable above minus 78.6 °C at atmospheric pressure, but instead of melting into CO2 liquid when it warms up, it sublimes directly into CO2 gas. It is this sublimation process that creates the cleaning effect when dry ice is used as a blast medium.
During blasting the pellets are accelerated to speeds between 200 and 300 m/s using compressed air. They break up as they travel through the blaster and arrive at the work surface as fast moving pinhead sized particles. The particles embed themselves in the pores and cracks of any surface deposits and very quickly sublime into a much larger volume of CO2 gas. This rapid generation of gas within an enclosed space breaks up the surface deposit, releases its bond with the substrate and blows it away. The CO2 diffuses into the atmosphere leaving no debris other than the material removed, which is usually found as a fine dust.
To see an example of Dry Ice Cleaning, go to the Video page