Commercial kitchens aren’t exactly the safest places to be. You certainly wouldn’t want to leave youngsters unsupervised in one. In a commercial kitchen, cross contamination, sharp kitchen equipment, and slip and fall risks are all conceivable. The riskiest of all is the possibility of a flash fire. With hot appliances, exposed flames, and grease accumulation, a kitchen fire isn’t entirely out of the question.
Aside from keeping excellent practices in your commercial kitchen, it’s also vital to contact Flue Steam, Inc. for advice on how to effectively halt a possible fire in its tracks. At Flue Steam, we can help you by ensuring that your commercial kitchen complies with fire safety rules and regulations, ensuring that you do not incur a hefty fee as a result of operating a dangerous kitchen.
We provide a number of services to ensure that your commercial kitchen is as fire-safe as possible. Kitchen exhaust cleaning, grease filter replacement, and swamp cooler servicing are all services we provide. Also available are automated fire suppression systems and portable fire extinguishers, which we provide and install.
Above all, our team is aware with the codes that relate to your particular business. Our staff understands how many fire extinguishers your commercial kitchen need and where they should be placed, how frequently your kitchen exhaust steam should be cleaned and maintained, and where ventilation devices such as swamp coolers should be put. This is something we know not only because of reasoning, but also because of the law.
We have been in business for decades and have the tools, supplies, and knowledgeable staff to assist you in maintaining a fire-safe commercial kitchen. Even if you just cook once in a while in your industrial kitchen, you’re still vulnerable to a fire. Not only is safety important, but you must also maintain a specialized commercial kitchen atmosphere in order to avoid and extinguish a flash fire if one develops.
And by doing so, you and your company will gain as well. It means you’ll have fewer resignations or even lawsuits from employees who were hurt in a kitchen fire, fines for not having the proper fire suppression system in place, and equipment or structural damage caused by uncontrolled flames.
To learn more about how Flue Steam can help you, contact us now at 800-700-FLUE.