How To Solve The Biggest Problems With Dust Explosions

The average person has absolutely no idea that the dust from a number of everyday materials can become explosive under the right conditions: grains, sugar, metals, plastics, coal, coffee creamer, corn – just to name a few. Checkout our combustible dust post called 101 Things That Explode. Due to … [Read more...]

OSHA Cites Georgia Manufacturer After Combustible Dust Fire Burns Worker

Every day, workers depend on their employers to keep them safe on the job. When an employer fails to address safety hazards, workers can suffer the consequences. According to OSHA on Sept. 23, 2015, a 33-year-old maintenance technician was the victim of a Georgia auto parts manufacturer's … [Read more...]

3 Signs You Should Invest In Commercial Duct Sealing Solution from Aeroseal

Last week we began our commercial duct sealing series discussing common scenarios that building managers face and how a duct sealing solution from Aeroseal can help. Today we’ll wrap up the two part series discussing three more common problems building managers face. Building managers facing any … [Read more...]

3 Things Aeroseal Can Do For Commercial Operations

Commercial buildings can have a multitude of problems. Possible problems for commercial building managers include but aren’t limited to energy consumption, poor indoor air quality, or commissioning the HVAC system. Regardless of the problem we want building managers to know that we believe Aeroseal … [Read more...]

Don’t Forget To Service Your Parking Garage HVAC

During spring cleaning it can be easy to overlook the HVAC system in your parking garage. Parking garage heaters help prevent pipes from bursting when temperatures are low. Parking garages usually have a number of heaters heating air in the space to about 50 degrees. The heaters perform the … [Read more...]

The Hidden Dangers Of Combustible Dust

The average person is completely unaware that dusts from common everyday materials, like coffee creamer for example, are explosive when exposed to sparks or flames. Other common materials that are explosive are: grains, sugar, metals, plastics, coal, and corn – just to name a few. See our list of … [Read more...]

Matt Mongiello Inducted Into NADCA 2016 Hall of Fame

I don’t normally like to toot my own horn but just this one time I’m going to. I wanted to take the time to thank all of our customers for trusting IMC with their business, and to let you know that on March 8, 2016 NADCA, the HVAC Inspection, Maintenance, and Restoration Association, recognized and … [Read more...]

4 Tips On Cleaning Philadelphia Restaurants

Philadelphia has always had a very competitive restaurant scene. But in a time of social media, and smart phones nothing will cause your restaurant to lose valuable customers and reputation more quickly than Facebook pictures of a dirty kitchen, or rumors spread on social media that someone got sick … [Read more...]

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Kitchen Cleaning – What Philadelphia Restaurants Need To Know About Grease Filters

Most Philadelphia area restaurant managers likely think of grease only as a liquid, but as kitchen exhaust cleaning professionals we know grease can travel by vapors and smoke. That’s why it’s important that the exhaust effluent is properly cleaned and filtered. At IMC we properly clean the … [Read more...]

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Kitchen Cleaning – Determining If Kitchen Exhaust Systems Are Properly Cleaned

Only a few weeks ago a large fire destroyed a popular Asian restaurant, the House of Jin, in the Germantown section of Philadelphia. So we thought this might be a good time to remind restaurant owners that the first and most important step for Philadelphia area restaurants to take towards preventing … [Read more...]

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