Air Hygiene is part of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992. This requires that mechanical ventilation systems used for providing ventilation are maintained and cleaned as appropriate. You are also required to ensure that the ventilation in any enclosed workspace is effective and provides a sufficient quantity of fresh or purified air, the guidance states that this fresh air supply rate should not fall below 5 to 8 litres per second, per occupant.
For new ductwork installations Guide to Good Practice and Specification for Sheet Metal Ductwork state that where specific cleanliness levels are required (for instance in Hospitals) or where sheet metal is used then the ductwork should be cleaned prior to commissioning.
Some of our air hygiene services include:
- Installation of Access Doors
- Filter Replacement
- Ductwork Cleaning
- Ductwork Modification and Repairs
- Air Handling Unit Cleaning and Disinfection
- Food Preparation Extractor and Vent Cleaning
- Spray and Fogging Disinfection
- Pre Commissioning Cleaning
Disinfection is applied by the means of a fine biocide mist or fog into the supply system immediately after the cleaning works are complete. The formulation of this biocide is reviewed and changed bi-annually to prevent acquired immunity building up within the system.
Our customers are treated as individuals, each with their own special needs. We pride ourselves to be able to tailor make services to meet these needs. Our philosophy is to maintain an efficient, cost-effective and friendly relationship. Our company aims to create the highest level of customer satisfaction to sustain a long-term relationship with you.
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Contact us to find out more about our air hygiene services. Call 07830 284951 or email firstname.lastname@example.org