Kitchen Hood Systems
Kitchen fires can happen quite frequently when cooking is combined with the busyness of a commercial kitchen. People are running around, aprons are thrown everywhere, and there’s a variety of pots and pans on the stove. That’s why commercial kitchens are required by code to have a kitchen fire suppression system installed and have routine inspections conducted every 6 months. This is extremely important, as commercial kitchen hood fire suppression systems are key to preventing damage from overtaking your business in an emergency.
Kitchen Hood Inspections
Here is what typical kitchen fire suppression system inspections include:
- Testing the manual pull station
- Replacing temperature-activated links
- Checking the gauge on pressurized tanks
- Cleaning nozzles
- Documenting any issues
If any issues are found, our team is confident that we can conduct repairs with high attention to detail and customer satisfaction. Fire suppression systems for kitchen hoods are one of the most important parts of maintaining safety in the kitchen. Make sure you don’t wait to get yours inspected. This is a high-priority system that requires immediate attention.
Protex Fire Suppression System
If you are looking to install kitchen fire suppression systems, we can help give you recommendations on our favorite products. We install the ProTex Fire Suppression System because it is high quality, reliable, and loved by customers. Any businesses that prepare food should consider investing in one of these, as they could be a lifesaver during an emergency.
Kitchen Hood Maintenance
It’s important to keep up with your kitchen hood fire suppression system maintenance so that you don’t run into larger issues. Give us a call here at Safe-T Fire Protection; we’ll come to inspect your system and clean it out. Always keep an eye out for any issues that you notice stemming from your kitchen fire suppression system. Over time, you may see typical wear and tear.