Gas Interlock Systems
Certain cooking equipment can potentially generate a high output of waste flue gases which are dangerous. Current gas regulations now have a mandatory requirement for the installation of a gas interlock system in most modern commercial kitchens, which should be fitted by a suitably accredited gas engineer.
What is a Gas Interlock System?
A gas interlock will automatically cut off the gas flow. The gas flow can also be cut off if the effectiveness of the ventilation falls below a preset level. There are many different types of gas interlock systems but essentially Gas Man Services only install HSE recommended equipment. Whether it is a single system requirement or a number of systems for a major installation, we have all the necessary skills and expertise to meet your needs.
Gas Safety Inspection Certificate
Gas Man Services will provide legally-recognised safety certificates for your gas systems, following a thorough and professional-standard safety inspection. These certificates are required by law to be updated every year and must be officially registered with Gas Safe for commercial catering facilities. Any appliances, piping and fan systems linked to your gas supply must be included in the checks, plus any gas interlock if applicable.
This check is required by law and most likely by your insurers as well, who will need one or more of the following (all of which we can provide):
- CP42: Gas Safety Inspection (commercial catering app.)
- CP16: Gas testing and purging (non-domestic)
- CP17: Gas installation safety report (non-domestic)
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