Virtually every non-domestic premises will have a ventilation system which will have associated ductwork within the walls/ceilings or both. Almost all ventilation systems are hidden from view in which means that the accumulation of dust debris is not apparent. This can then become a breeding ground for bacteria and mould especially if raised temperatures and humidity is also present.
To be compliant with TR/19, ventilation supply and extract ductwork must be classified at one of the three levels, according to the area of the building that it serves. Each system is classified as high, medium or low which reflects the purpose and function of that specific area of the building. From this and with help from our professional trained and experienced team, you should be able to establish which category your ventilation system falls into and therefore shall determine the frequencies of testing and cleaning.
Aqua Environmental Services specialises in tailored hygiene maintenance schedules to ensure that you achieve compliance with TR/19. To ensure compliance with the regulations and associated approved codes of practice from the health and safety commission which states that all mechanical ventilation systems should be regular and properly cleaned, tested and maintained to ensure that they are kept clean and free from anything which may contaminate the air.
How we can help?
Aqua Environmental Services Ltd ductwork cleaning services includes the following;
Rapid response to site
Work carried out in accordance with relevant BESA & Health & Safety Guidelines and regulations
Risk Assessments and Method Statements provided are site specific as required.
Post verification report including;
Pre & post clean photographic records of the clean
Pre and post clean Deposit Thickness Testing
CoSHH data on any chemicals used
Recommendations for future cleaning
Insurance recognised certification following the clean