Cleaning Intervals – Commercial Kitchen Canopy Cleaning

Kitchen Canopy & Filter Cleaning Services

Having your kitchen canopies cleaned is essential in removing all carbon, grease and fatty deposits which can build up over time. Carrying out regular cleaning reduces the risk of fire, it also reduces wear and tear on equipment due to fatty buildups and improves the airflow and ventilation in your kitchen.

Our canopy cleaning service includes a full deep clean to the canopy and plenum chamber using our unique Tegas foaming solution. Our highly qualified and experienced technicians are able to carry out their work according to the BESA TR/19 Guide to Good Practice. Using a wet film test and evidencing the clean with Pre & Post photographs you can be confident that our kitchen canopy cleaners will thoroughly eliminate dirt and grease from your filters and extraction system.

Kitchen Canopy Cleaners

The different types of filters e.g mesh or baffle etc may require different cleaning process, which come as a standard part of our service at Lex Hygiene. Filters are made of different materials and react differently to particular treatment methods, whether this be aluminium, stainless steel or other metals. Our onsite operatives will be able to offer you as to whether you will need to repair or replace any damaged filters. This is detailed in our Post cleaning report

Once the work has been carried out and any areas that need attention have been highlighted to you, you will receive a Certificate of Compliance in line with TR19 standards.

Frequency of cleaning as recommended by BESA TR/19 7.35

We work with you to undertake the cleaning at times that is convenient for you and your business needs.

Usage Daily Usage Frequency of Cleaning
Heavy Use 12-16 hours per day Every 3 months
Medium Use 6 – 12 hours per day Every 6 months
Light Use 2 – 6 hours per day Every 12 months