Nearly a half century ago our parents started IMC. Today we continue to live up to the high standards of professional excellence they set. Enjoy this short video to learn more about our service offerings.
Chuck & Matt Mongiello
Viking Yachts, a well-known manufacturer of sportfishing and cruising yachts, produces large amounts of combustible dust due to their production processes for their boats. The company enlisted the help of our experienced and knowledgeable staff to properly and efficiently clean their facility, and help prevent a combustible dust fire.
If the amount of rainfall that Philadelphia got this summer is any indication at all of the amount of snowfall we’ll see this winter then we’re in for a long cold one…again. So it’s important to have your commercial HVAC system in peek running condition. Experienced...read more
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration better known as OSHA, defines combustible dust as “a solid material composed of distinct particles or pieces, regardless of size, shape or chemical composition, which can present a fire or deflagration hazard when...read more
Did you know that according to the U.S. Fire Administration, between 2011 and 2013 there were nearly 6,000 restaurant fires reported in the United States? Philadelphia has many different types of restaurants, from chain restaurants that are popping up everywhere, to...read more
Almost all manufacturing facilities perform some level of maintenance and cleaning routines to provide a clean and safe work environment for their employees. But did you know that a frequently overlooked cleaning routine is the removal of combustible dust?...read more
Commercial Kitchen Fires Damage 11,000 Yearly The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that 57% of restaurant fires start on cooking equipment and then move into the hood exhaust system. That’s why it’s imperative that regular maintenance of a...read more
If you’re like most people, when you think of the dust at your job you’re thinking about how you can avoid getting sick from breathing it in. It’s not likely you’re thinking that you could show up for work and lose your life in a dust explosion. But you could. In...read more
The first step in avoiding a combustible dust explosion in your facility is to realize that any combustible material can burn rapidly when in a finely divided form…a.k.a. Dust. Dust can explode when three things happen. When it’s suspended in the air When it’s in the...read more
The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), says that better indoor air quality does not just improve comfort, it actually helps to improve the health, and overall productivity of your employees. Despite this, most commercial building managers overlook air...read more