3 Things You Need to Know About Industrial Ceiling Cleaning, Ceilings in factories and office buildings are often overlooked when it comes to cleaning, but ceilings also require attention. Dry ice blasting is a particularly effective method for cleaning commercial and industrial ceilings that have corrugated steel panels and grids.
Sandblasting can be done as part of routine cleaning, after a fire, or in cases where paint is peeling and flaking in your manufacturing and processing areas. Dry ice blasting is also ideal for cleaning production residues on these surfaces, such as grease, oil and dirt.
Before you start hiring a team to clean the high ceiling of your commercial or industrial facility, we have some tips for you. Here are three things you need to know about superior ceiling cleaning:
3 Things You Need to Know About Industrial Ceiling Cleaning
Sediments can be hazardous to health
Dust and coatings that accumulate on the ceiling are more than just an aesthetic problem, even if the places look worn and in poor condition. Dirt that accumulates on ceilings can also be a potential health hazard, leading to dangerous conditions for your employees.
Another problem with accumulated deposits is that debris can fall into production and processing areas, affecting machinery, disrupting production lines and ultimately affecting product quality.
Dry ice removes rust, accumulated grease, grime and even paint to keep your facility as safe and clean as possible. Regular dry cleaning can promote a cleaner, safer and more productive fabric. You can even crawl your pond after cleaning!
Attic cleaning can be done with limited downtime
The biggest hurdle in high-end commercial and industrial cleaning is finding the time to do the job. Companies are reluctant enough to stop production, but with Wickens you can reduce factory downtime.
Dry ice blasting is a completely dry technique that gets into all the harder corners and crevices of the roof and grills. It generates little or no secondary waste, so there is minimal disruption to your company’s production. We also offer the flexibility to schedule the cleaning according to your needs, so that the cleaning process is as efficient as possible.
The work of experts only when verified
Advanced cleaning is dangerous. It is very important that the employees of the company that you use to carry out the cleaning have completed the training for advanced operations approved by the Master of Prevention and released by the regular training provider. If the cleaning company cannot ensure that their staff complete this training, they may not know how to safely clean your facilities.
With years of experience in the cleaning industry, our technical team is prepared to perform safe work at the highest level to ensure that cleaning is carried out safely and efficiently.
If your ceilings might need a little TLC, contact Fineclean to learn more about deep cleaning ceilings. We are happy to help you plan your cleaning options and even create a cleaning schedule for your business!