Grease Duct Work NYC
Grease Duct Work NYC
A grease duct is a duct that is designed to push grease-laden vapors from in and around the commercial cooking equipment, such as in a restaurant kitchen, out of the building. There are several components such as fans, make-up air however, perhaps the main thing is to have a tightly designed, easily accessible for cleaning grease duct work system NYC restaurant owners need.
Kitchen equipment such as ranges, stoves, deep fryers and woks cause flammable vapors to build up and these can sometimes ignite, causing a fire. The keys is to safely vent those vapors to the outside of a building such as through the roof. Grease ducts are regulated both in terms of their design and construction, and are closely monitored for their upkeep and maintenance.
When grease is heated, vapors are created which then harden when they cool down, and then settle on colder surfaces. It can then ignite very easily and burns rapidly. When it comes to grease duct work NYC restaurant owners know that Master Fire Prevention has been a leader in the design, build, installation, testing, inspection and maintenance of grease duct systems for commercial kitchens for over 40 years.
A cleaning schedule needs to be strictly adhered to as mandated by local fire codes. This is why the proper design of your grease duct work is a priority in terms of access, speed, functionality and cost.
Hotels, bars, restaurants, night clubs and concert venues trust the licensed, bonded and insured professionals at Master Fire because they know we pay attention to the details and can identify trouble spots quickly. That means fewer headaches for the property manager or business owner.
Call Master Fire Prevention at (917) 580-6330 and well come and survey your commercial kitchen. We install grease duct work in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Westchester, Long Island, Northern NJ, and parts of lower CT. Don’t forget to check out our YouTube Channel for lots of helpful videos at http://youtuvbe.com/fireprotectionnyc