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In any commercial catering environment, it’s crucial that hygiene levels meet or exceed legislation standards.

Consequently, areas such as kitchens, canteens and food preparation areas should be deep cleaned on a regular basis to maintain their sparkle.

Industrial Kitchen CleaningAny catering business, regardless of its size, is subject to stringent legislation on the standards of hygiene required to reduce the risk of contamination to its customers and employees – which is why it pays to team up with the industrial kitchen cleaning specialists by clicking here.

By trusting the experts to maintain the cleanliness of your kitchen, it offers unrivalled peace of mind that your business’s contamination risks are managed in an eco-friendly manner.

But what does the service actually involve?

Kitchen deep cleaning

Although a daily round of cleaning the kitchen area can maintain a decent level of hygiene, other surfaces such as walls, ceilings and lights can accumulate large deposits of grease and fat, which is a thriving breeding ground for all sorts of nasty bacteria. The deep cleaning experts can sort this for you.

Grease trap cleaning

Whether you own a commercial kitchen or a food processing plant, it’s a guarantee that a grease trap will be part of the furniture. Designed to prevent grease, fat and oil entering your drainage system, a grease trap can potentially block, which renders them useless. The industrial kitchen cleaning experts will clean the traps and ensure that the waste is removed safely without disrupting your business’s operations.

Drain blockage prevention

As you’re no doubt aware, under the Water Industry Act 1991 section 111, it is a criminal offence to discharge into the public sewers any matter which may interfere with the free flow of the sewerage system – which is why waste food, fat and grease could be costly to your business if not dealt with by a specialist team.

Kitchen ventilation cleaning

Any type of cooking in a commercial kitchen is guaranteed to release grease, carbon and steam into the air – and that can cause condensation on the inner walls of your kitchen duct work. Failure to have the ventilation area cleaned regularly can result in blockages, which reduces airflow, emits bad odours and presents a very real fire hazard.