New York Hood Cleaning
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New York Hood Cleaning



New York City's best hood cleaning services can be found with New York Hood Cleaning - Commercial Kitchen Cleaners. Provide quality kitchen exhaust cl
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155 Bank St, New York, NY 10014, USA

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Address: 332 Bleecker St Unit #K37, New York, NY 10014 Phone: (917) 746-5036 Website: http://www.newyorkhoodcleaning.net/ Description: New York City's best hood cleaning services can be found with New York Hood Cleaning - Commercial Kitchen Cleaners. Provide quality kitchen exhaust cleaning solutions to restaurant owners and industrial kitchen managers. NFPA- 61 regulates standards for the prevention of fire and dust explosions in agricultural and food processing facilities, therefore implies the use of hood filtration and standard baffle filters. NFPA-30 flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, requires the use of grease cups and drains. NFPA-53 ensue practice on materials, equipment, and system used in oxygen- enriched atmospheres, where guidelines parallel HVLS- High Volume Low Speed Fans, exhaust hoods, pollution control units. NFPA-70 national Electrical Code. To list a few, these codes modify the safe and effective operation of electrical controls; canopy hood lights, circuit breaker, ECM exhaust wiring, fuses, timers, transformers, relays, and sensors. NFPA-86 standards for ovens and furnaces, require the presence of fire suppression blow-off caps, pipe fittings and ventilation hoods. While it is necessary to maintain the cleanliness of kitchen exhaust hoods, calling on a professional service provider is essential. Professional kitchen exhaust cleaners must use pressure-washing methods such as using 1500 P.S.I. of 180 degrees of hot water. Before service providers do so, they must have a throughout knowledge of the components that make up a kitchen exhaust fan. Professionals rely concepts such as noise factors to find problems involving the hood fan and security of the parts that make up the kitchen exhaust system. Professionals ensure that they limit the spread of contaminate materials by properly covering the work space around them and grease filters within the exhaust system with heat resistant plastic materials that prevent such an occurrence. Degreasing chemicals are often corrosive and highly acidic. As a result, proper care must be assured when handling these chemicals. As surprising as the notion may seem, the quality of air that circulates under the roof of a commercial food service establishment most often means a matter of good and bad health.


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