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What Can Electrostatic Spraying Be Used For? (Commercial Cleaning Applications)

Limiting the spread of pathogens has long been a priority in schools and colleges, nurseries, hospitals, and commercial kitchens, where the health and welfare of service users is at stake. Outbreaks of infectious illness in recent years have heightened the need to find effective ways to treat surfaces in order to eliminate bacteria and viruses; however, some conventional cleaning methods offer limited scope, particularly when widespread disinfection is required or pathogens may lurk in difficult-to-reach places. Electrostatic spray technology has revolutionised commercial surface sanitisation, facilitating more rapid and thorough coverage of large or complex working areas.

By |February 23rd, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

What Is Anti-Bacterial Fogging?

Sometimes, intensive cleaning techniques (e.g. chemical wipes, vacuuming, and boiling water flushes) aren’t practical, effective, or economical to use. Not every machine and surface can withstand day-to-day abrasion and submersion in cleaning fluids. Contact cleaning also misses airborne pathogens, aiding the spread of COVID-19 and other dangerous respiratory diseases, among other contaminants.

By |February 16th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

What’s the Difference Between Misting and Fogging?

The rise of COVID-19 made rapid cleansing essential for indoor public spaces. Ammonia and chlorine bleachers (e.g. soap, wet wipes, spray, hand sanitiser) are highly useful when used as routine disinfectant cleaners. However, they can’t always catch everything nasty that’s floating around within ventilation systems and ductwork. Additionally, scrubbing isn’t suitable for wiping down every surface to remove bacteria and viruses. Electronics, machinery, and scientific instruments are too vulnerable to cross-contamination, corrosion, and shorts to risk washing without expensive, time-consuming shutdowns.

How Often Should A Kitchen Extraction System Be Cleaned?

In commercial kitchens, extraction systems are essential to maintain a clean, healthy working environment, preventing the accumulation of grease, smoke, or other particles that can harm product quality or the health of catering staff. Typically featuring a canopy design above cooking surfaces, an extraction system can be highly effective in removing contaminants but will, over time, become clogged and inefficient.

How Often Should Grease Traps Be Cleaned?

Efficient and thorough cleaning of grease traps is an essential part of commercial kitchen maintenance. Unless grease traps are regularly cleaned, fats, oils, and grease (FOGs) will accumulate, eventually causing fats to seep into the drainage system. This can cause frustrating and potentially costly drain blockages on your premises and contributes to a wider problem: fatbergs in communal sewers. Fatbergs have featured prominently in the news and are an environmental catastrophe that all businesses have a moral duty to try to avoid.

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