HoodnDuctCleaning.com offer a broad range of fire system installations that comply with the new UL300 parameters and that are specifically designed to meet the needs of your commercial or restaurant kitchen. We have over 34 years of experience with fire system installations and service Seattle, Washington and the Puget Sound area. We are available to service your fire system 7-days a week, 24-hours a day. We also provide a complimentary free fire system inspection.
Since 1989, IKECA has been the industry leader in setting the highest standards for kitchen exhaust cleaners internationally and in the US, and Canada. Hood and Duct Cleaning have been long standing IKECA members and we provide the highest degree of integrity, standards, and professionalism. All our technicians have been certified by the Seattle Fire Department and are authorized distributors and trained by Kidde-Range Guard, Ansul, Pyro-Chem and Amerex. We follow the most current edition of the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association). Our Fire Safety Compliance Specialist of HoodnDuctCleaning.com’s first step is to perform a complimentary inspection of your kitchen’s grease exhaust system and provide you with a detailed estimate of the costs to clean your system and any special requirements that may be needed.fd
Fire Suppression System Compliant
Commercial and restaurant kitchens are considered to contain all of the elements necessary for a fire to occur. When a fire breaks out in your kitchen and you are not compliant with your local fire department, your insurance may not cover your fire damages. If your restaurant or commercial kitchen is older than 20 years and you have not updated your system, your fire system may be outdated and out of complaint. Your kitchen may be in significant danger of a potential fire, especially if you are using “high efficiency” fryers or cooking with vegetable shortening or mineral oil. Over recent years, kitchen appliances have changed dramatically and the combination of factors has created a more serious fire potential. The National Fire Protection Association revised the code on January 1, 2014 and requires all restaurant or commercial kitchen systems meet the new UL300 code. With these updates, the newer standards require a wet-chemical system, more nozzles, and a manual pull station. The dry chemical systems have not been able to meet the UL300 for fryers and other appliances.
If you are not sure if your commercial or restaurant kitchen suppression system is complaint with UL300 and would like to get more information on new fire system installations, call HoodnDuctCleaning.com, Seattle, Washington, servicing the Puget Sound Area, at (206) 992-7126 for a free fire suppression system inspection.
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