Kitchen hood exhaust system cleaning is the removal of grease, debris and other contaminants that accumulate on the components of a Kitchen hood exhaust system. Grease and particulate buildup in the exhaust system is a fire hazard, and greatly impacts on the efficiency and lifetime of mechanical equipment.
IMC technicians perform the work in accordance with NFPA-96 Standards. Cleaning includes the fan, hood (external and internal surfaces), filters, and associated horizontal and vertical ductwork. IMC can provide your Kitchen facility with a cleaning maintenance schedule based on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual program.
International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association (IKECA) member since 2006. IKECA is a leader in educating its members about safety, cleaning techniques and many other areas. Since its inception, IKECA, a not-for-profit trade association, has established stringent Standards & Practices for contractors engaged in kitchen exhaust cleaning, conducted a variety of educational programs, and worked with influential code setting bodies such as the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to improve existing codes and regulations.
IMC provides kitchen exhaust cleaning maintenance programs for facilities and institutions that expect exceptional service. Our customers include hospitals, schools, government facilities and fine restaurants that recognize the importance of keeping their systems properly cleaned, and their occupants safe from fire hazards.
Partial Customer list:
Chester County Hospital
Community College of Baltimore County
Curran Fromhold Correctional Facility
Delaware County Memorial Hospital
Fox Chase Cancer Center
John Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Northern Burlington County School District
Sunrise Assisted Living (over 200 locations)
Weis Markets (over 115 locations)
William Penn School District
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