Content Tagged With: “grease removal”

Find us on Fixxbook: Aqua Pro Inc. is a Service Channel Connected Contractor.

You may have never heard of Fixxbook or Service Channel. You may be asking yourself, how does this affect who I should go with when choosing a contractor? Fixxbook is a social media platform for the commercial facilities service management industry. Fixxbook provides a global, modern, online marketplace that provides unprecedented transparency, efficiency, automation, and […]

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Keeping Grease Build Up Levels Low Will Greatly Reduce Risk of Grease Fire.

If you read the graphic above, you’re probably thinking to yourself: 0.002 inches is extremely minimal. Technically, yes… it’s a very small amount. Unless that amount is grease build up in your kitchen hood and exhaust system. When it comes to the cleanliness of your kitchen, this rather small amount adds up very quickly. This […]

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Properly Installed Grease Filters Are Your First Line of Defense In the Event of a Kitchen Fire. What you should know.

Grease filters, when installed correctly, are the first line of defense in case of a fire in your kitchen. The picture above is the reality of cooking techniques used daily in restaurants. Flames are often within inches of the grease filters. Filters must be maintained and cleaned by the establishment or have a filter exchange […]

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Kitchen Cleanliness is Not Only Safer For Your Employees and Customers, but First Responders Too!

AQUA PRO Inc is a member of IKECA, the International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association. IKECA is a global trade association representing cleaners and inspectors of commercial kitchen exhaust systems. In cleaning or inspecting, the job is all about providing a safe environment. As a member of IKECA, we are dedicated to fire prevention and the […]

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Even Medium Size Kitchens or Restaurants are Subject to Semi-Annual Inspections by AHJs

We’re quite sure if you’re a restaurant owner or kitchen manager, you already understand this. Restaurants, kitchens, and other establishments that serve food to the public are held to extremely tight regulations (depending on state). The important thing to remember as a food service operator is to be prepared for these semi-annual inspections and that’s […]

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