Kitchen extractors draw grease, hot air and odours away from cooking areas. With use, layers of fat and oil build up on the inside of the metalwork. When exposed to high temperatures and naked flames, these deposits could ignite, and a fire would spread quickly.

Accumulations can also lead to unpleasant smells, contaminated air flowing back into the kitchen and pest infestation, the TR-19 Guide to Good Practice (2013).

Regular assesment and thorough cleaning reduce these risks, and we ensure that your premises’ ductwork complies 100% with current legislation.