Commercial Fire Damage Repair in a Lake Worth Pizzeria
It’s Important to Have a Plan in Case a Fire Incident Occurs in Your Lake Worth Restaurant
National Restaurant Association data indicates that 57% of all reported restaurant fires involve cooking equipment catching fire. No matter how clean or professional a kitchen may be, fires can break out quickly and create soot damages that compromise assets like ovens, fryers, and even food storage. While commercial-grade cleaners are often highly effective, they are generally not suitable for tackling the damages and residues left behind by a large kitchen fire.
If your Lake Worth eatery needs commercial fire damage mitigation, IICRC-certified restoration experts from SERVPRO are a phone call away from restoring your facilities to a clean and safe condition. SERVPRO techs are well aware of local health codes, federal cleaning standards, and the unique needs of commercial eateries, and accomplishes mitigation with OSHA-approved, EPA-registered disinfecting solutions.
Common Restaurant Fire Suppression Techniques
Basic features of a suppression system include connections to both the hood over the cooking station as well as the gas line that supplies it with fuel. When this type of system activates, it shuts off fuel sources to stop flames from spreading. While a basic suppression system can combat many stovetop fires, grease fires can prove challenging to extinguish. To this end, suppression systems implement a secondary system made to put out flames.
This secondary suppression measure dispenses a water-based compound designed to combat grease fires through nozzles implemented throughout your cooking station. After extinguishing the flames, the vent fans in the hood kick on to remove smoke and minimize the spread of soot residues. Suppression systems typically have options for both automatic and manual activation.
SERVPRO's Air Purification Tools
SERVPRO technicians use a variety of equipment to pull soot and odor-causing particles out of the air, including HEPA-filter air scrubbers, axial box fans, and thermal foggers. Axial fans, in particular, are useful for many applications during the cleanup process. These high-powered box fans can circulate anywhere from 3,000 to 5,000 cubic feet of air per minute, and eliminate fumes, vapors, and residues by exchanging indoor air with clean outdoor air.
SERVPRO of Lake Worth provides local businesses with a commercial cleanup service that is Faster to Any Size Disaster. If your facilities have been affected by a disaster, you can call (561) 588-9777.
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