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Achieve a defined and measurable level of cleanliness of ventilation systems.
Guide to Good Practice - Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems (UPDATED), offers practical guidance on testing and cleaning of air distribution and kitchen extract ventilation systems to meet required standards. It incorporates reference to UK and European Standards for cleanliness of air duct systems. It also highlights best practice for ensuring that kitchen extract ductwork is maintained to minimise the risk of fire associated with grease accumulation a subject not covered by EN15780.
In this Third Edition, Section 7 has been withdrawn and has been superseded by TR19® Grease, a new, stand-alone specification for Fire Risk Management of Grease Accumulation within Kitchen Extraction Systems.
The Ventilation Hygiene Elite Scheme (VHE)
Developed for the industry by the industry, the VHE Scheme allows businesses to self-certify their specialist hygiene works to the required industry TR19® Specification. Find out more about the Scheme and how you can improve the service you offer clients through demonstration at the highest level of compliance and competence. You’ll receive a TR19® Certificate of Company Registration and be able to offer your clients complete peace of mind. Visit the Ventilation Hygiene Elite Scheme website.
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