At the time of a system survey we can produce a detailed Pre-Clean Report.
The report includes:
- Photographic evidence of the system.
- A detailed schematic or system description highlighting any known areas of the ducting which are currently inaccessible and therefore, can not be cleaned.
- We advise clients of any known inaccessible areas, the reason for their inaccessibility and, if possible, the likely cost to provide full and free access.
Post-Clean Verification of Cleanliness Report:
On completion of a clean we issue our clients with a Post-Clean Report (PCR).
The purpose of a PCR is to demonstrate to the client, that Commercial Deep Clean have undertaken the fire safety cleaning of a grease extraction system, in a competent manner and in accordance with TR/19. The PCR can be used in any dispute of performance or insurance claim as evidence of the system status following cleaning.
If a certificate of completion is produced and supplied to a client it must clearly state if the whole system has been cleaned.
The report includes:
- The System(s) cleaned description highlighting the key risks and fire risks under Article 11 the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO).
- A clear yes or no as to whether the system was cleaned in its entirety.
- Additional works carried out (if any): If no to the above question, the reason why it was not cleaned in its entirety and a suggested solution.
- Other hazards that have been identified.
- Micron readings for the test locations.
- The current cleaning frequency.
- A recommendation of a new cleaning frequency based on the micron readings.
- A sufficient number of before and after cleaning photographs of the system to give a true representation of the system condition.
- A schematic diagram of the system layout showing the system that has been cleaned and any areas that could not be cleaned. Access panels and test locations identified on the schematic.
- Test locations identified on the schematic.
- A certification of fire safety summarising the cleaning works completed.