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Duct & Ductwork Cleaning

Duct & Ductwork Cleaning

It has been found in hospitals that temperature and humidity levels allied with accumulations of dust and debris, typically found in uncleaned air conditioning ductwork, provides ideal conditions for the growth and spread of infectious micro-organisms such as MRSA. In a similar way, infections such as flu and the common cold will spread throughout the workplace if systems are not maintained and cleaned.

In order to ensure that conditions for building occupants are comfortable and safe, building owners and managers have both a 'duty of care' and legal obligations to ensure that ventilation systems are kept clean by the most efficient ductwork and duct cleaning methods.

General Ventilation Ductwork Systems (air conditioning)

The Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations require building owners and managers to ensure enclosed workplaces are ventilated with fresh and purified air and that, where this is provided by a mechanical ductwork system, it is regularly maintained, inspected and cleaned and a suitable record kept supporting this compliance.

Grease Extract Ductwork Systems

Grease accumulations in grease extract ventilation systems (invariably linked to catering and cooking facilities) present a significant fire hazard if not cleaned. It is not unusual for grease extract ductwork to run through an entire building to reach a roof level exhaust, thereby putting the whole building and its occupants at risk in the event of fire.

Thorough, professional duct cleaning to remove all fire hazardous grease deposits from the internal surfaces of the ductwork is essential.

At a recent seminar a fire authority representative stated "Uncleaned grease extract ventilation systems present probably the greatest potential fire risk in buildings with catering facilities".

The Fire Safety Order requires owners and managers of buildings to ensure the Grease Extract Ventilation System is included in the Fire Risk Assessments and action taken to eliminate any potential fire risk.

Ductwork system cleaning to Industry Standard of Excellence: B&ES TR19

All In-depth Hygiene specialist cleaning of ducts and ductwork systems is carried out in accordance with the standards laid down in the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) fully approved Industry Standard of Excellence TR19

Cleaning not carried out in accordance with this standard will not comply with the health and safety and fire safety legislation.

Useful information about rug cleaning:

  • There are many different types of rug, some are machine made and mass produced; others are rare, antique and very valuable. Safeclean will treat them all with the utmost care and attention.
  • We can clean your rug in-situ or if it’s a larger rug we will take it away and deliver it back all as part of the service.
  • All rugs are cleaned using the appropriate system from sea sponge to the latest machine technologies using our unique organic cleaning range of products.
  • Some rugs need to be cleaned using traditional hand cleaning methods in order to preserve their delicate condition.

Rug care tips:

  • Leave in the sun once or twice a year with the sun facing the back of the rug to destroy enzymes.
  • Lightly vacuum the back and front of the rug once a week - do not vacuum the fringes.
  • Beat the rug once a year over a washing line to remove dust and dirt.
  • Turn regularly to ensure the wear of the rug is even.
  • Comb or brush out fringes using a broad tooth brush.
  • Use protectors on chair legs or tables to protect the rug.

For more information, or to book a Duct Cleaning Services in Melbourne now, please call us. You can also get in touch online via our simple request form. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.

 
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