Industrial & Facilities Cleaning Services
Get the proper care to prevent safety hazards and lost profits.
Service-Tech services our HVAC units, cleans our walls and ceilings and equipment. They even pressure-wash our tunnels. Their guys are qualified in a number of specialized services and are very good at following details to meet our specific requirements. When the job is done, you know it’s been done right.
We offer a wide range of industrial cleaning and maintenance solutions to keep your buildings running safely and efficiently (see services listed below). Our certified technicians are trained in OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), IKECA (International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association) and NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning) protocols. Click to see our list of certifications. Service-Tech’s expertise and specialized equipment allows us to handle your most challenging industrial cleaning needs. In all projects we take on, our managers work closely with each customer to establish an efficient plan to complete the project with minimal disruption to your daily operations.
In recent years, there are growing concerns about the risks of combustible dust — the fine particulate dust generated from products such as wood, metals, grains, chemicals, plastics, paper and certain textile materials. In some circumstances, these dusts can cause deflagration, other fires or an explosion. Our technicians are trained and experienced in using our specialized equipment to safely remove combustible dust. To learn more about how you can prevent combustible dust in your facilities, click to read Service-Tech president Alan Sutton’s article published in the Ohio Public Facilities Maintenance Association (OPFMA) newsletter: Prevention of Combustible Dust Article.
Industrial curing ovens
A recognized leader in the field of industrial process oven cleaning, we offer extensive experience in cleaning various thermal curing ovens, such as pin ovens, inside bake ovens, wicket ovens and continuous film ovens.
Process exhaust and dust collector systems
Accumulation of debris within the ductwork of process exhaust systems decreases the system’s ability to properly expel dust and fumes from the building. This contributes to poor indoor air quality as well as increases the risk of fire and other safety hazards. A proper cleaning will: 1) remove potentially hazardous residue 2) improve the health and safety of employees and 3) lower operational and maintenance costs.
CO2 blast cleaning
CO2 or dry ice blasting uses tiny dry ice particles propelled by compressed air to remove contamination from surface areas. Upon impact, the solid dry ice expands and then converts to a harmless gas. This results in a clean, dry, undamaged surface, with no secondary waste to clean up. The process is very versatile; it can remove dust from delicate electrical components or layers of heavily encrusted coats of paint.
Industrial cleaning and maintenance services:
- industrial exhaust systems
- blowers / fans
- dust collecting systems
- stack cleaning
- industrial ovens
- fire damper inspections
- conveying systems
- restroom and general exhaust systems
- overhead structural steel, ceilings walls and cranes
- computer room sub-floors
- lab hood exhaust systems
- laundry exhaust systems
- Hot/high-pressure cleaning
Additional specialized industrial cleaning services:
- space heaters and make-up air systems
- interior/exterior wall cleaning
- paint spray booths and stacks
- roof fans and ventilators
- filter changing and cleaning
- heat exchangers and tube cleaning
- personnel and pedestal fans
- light fixture cleaning and re-lamping
- other specialty cleaning services per your specs
You actually exceeded my expectations. I figured you were just going to scrape and vacuum the inside of the stack. Plus you guys had everything covered and then cleaned up so that there wasn’t a mess. Thank you!
New Horizons Baking Company – Norwalk
Our technicians are certified and receive annual training in several industrial standards in order to provide safe cleaning practices and building safety. Pictured here is a kitchen exhaust system properly contained before cleaning the adjacent industrial ovens. Such containment procedures are critical to prevent any cross contamination. This is just one example of industry protocols we follow to protect your equipment and building occupants.
We strictly adhere to OSHA safety regulations, including those listed below. Service-Tech employees also receive our own corporate safety and health training program, followed by an annual safety review. Additionally, we administer a Drug-Free Safety Program, as well as pre-employment and random drug testing.
Each Service-Tech location offers industrial cleaning:
Our regional offices serve customers throughout the country. Click Contact Us to see which of our locations can best serve you.