TR19 Kitchen Extract Cleaning
Kitchen Extract Cleaning and Certification
Maintain compliance with TR/19 Grease and minimise your fire risk by keeping your kitchen extract system dust and grease free with our full kitchen extraction cleaning and degreasing service
On completion we provide full TR/19 certification and post clean report to satisfy your insurers, and enable you to continue to trade. With our certification and reports, you can trust that the job has been done right.
- Micron Readings Pre-Post clean
- Air quality testing Pre-Post (internal and external readings)
- Photographic evidence of cleaning
- Recommendation for future cleaning
- Schematic and technical specification of the unit
- Categorised list of maintenance concerns
- Certificate of works complete
- Neglect can also have both mechanical and environmental implications for your business’s commercial viability.
- It’s a difficult and unpleasant job, but TR/19 Grease compliance and legislation such as Fire Risk Assessment, insurance needs and EHO compliance mean you can’t ignore it.
- The consequences of neglecting your kitchen duct cleaning can be severe for the individual responsible.
- Although building owners and operators were given new duties of care in fire safety legislation in 2006, Regulatory Reform, Fire Safety, Order (RRO), there are on average 10 fires a day in London. Prevent this from happening to you, with our regular kitchen extraction cleaning service.
- As well as cleaning, PDC conducts kitchen grease extract risk assessments in line with TR19® Grease.
- It is your responsibility to ensure that kitchen grease extract systems (canopies, filters, ductwork, risers and fans) in all commercial kitchens and the like are inspected as required by your buildings insurance policy, in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and the Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations.
- Our kitchen extract cleaning service adheres to the HVCA’s TR/19 best practice standard. On completion we provide full certification and reports for you to demonstrate to your insurers.
- It’s estimated that up to 80% of kitchen extraction duct systems are never cleaned.
- With our certification and reports, you can trust that the job has been done right.
- Intervals between regular kitchen extract cleaning depends on usage. These are minimum recommended intervals according to the HVCA’s TR/19 best practice guidance.
- A new table provides clearer guidance to assist in assessing the requirements for cleaning particularly where cooking methods produce high volumes of airborne grease contaminants
- The Health & Safety Executive and industry and insurance guidance and regulations stipulate that kitchen extract systems should be kept clean to minimise fire and other risks. And the BESA specification TR19® Grease provides specific guidance on methods of measuring and defining cleanliness as a bench mark for good practice.