COMMERCIAL KITCHEN CLEANING
CW Group are specialists in commercial kitchen cleaning.
As it is now a mandatory requirement for every food establishment to provide evidence of their kitchen extractor system maintenance, CW Group can assist your business in becoming fully compliant.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR EXTRACTOR SYSTEM
In every commercial kitchen there will be an extractor system which comprises canopy, fan and ductwork. This system is designed to extract greasy air during cooking from the kitchen and move it outside.
Over time, the system will become clogged up with grease or fatty deposits. This will become a fire hazard if not maintained or removed.
The frequency of your extractor system cleaning will depend on your kitchen usage or insurance arrangement. The Environmental Agency can also close your kitchen if your extractor system becomes a fire hazard or non-compliant to Food Safety Regulation 1995. There could also be a devastating effect on your business in case of a fire.
Our specialist team is always on hand to assist your business in maintaining your extractor system and ensuring your business is fully compliant with TR19 Standard.
We will develop a full hygiene cleaning solution for your kitchen which will include annual extractor system cleaning, equipment deep cleaning and ongoing re-cleaning to maintain your levels of cleanliness.
KITCHEN DEEP CLEANS
CW Group will provide a thorough kitchen deep clean to kitchen equipment, including internal and external parts of ovens, fryers, grills, hotplates, worktops, ceilings, walls and floors.
By putting in place a regular kitchen extractor system cleaning will help to satisfy the requirements of The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and remove the most common cause of fires in the kitchen.
Commercial catering environments such as kitchens, canteens and food preparation areas must adhere to stringent legislation governing their condition and hygiene standards. Our comprehensive kitchen deep cleaning offers the following to your commercial kitchen:
Increased efficiency and extended equipment life
Reducing the risk of fire
Helps you to comply with Food Hygiene & Kitchen Safety regulations
Failure to meet the hygiene standards set out by the Food Safety Act 1990 and the Food Hygiene Regulations 2006 can lead to severe fines that can have a negative effect on profitability, as well as on the reputation of the business.
In addition, poor cleaning procedures can lead to bacterial contamination, a spread of diseases, pest infestations and reduced equipment life.