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Swiftclean Equipment in exclusive deal with Hoom Technik

Ventilation ductwork cleaning expert Swiftclean has been appointed the exclusive distributor of Hoom Technik ductwork cleaning products in the UK.

This follows a successful trial use by Swiftclean of the range in its work over the preceding 12 months, including an award-winning project providing kitchen extract fire safety cleaning to a major fast food franchise. Hoom Technik products are designed specifically to remove grease deposits, dust, debris and other impurities from ventilation ductwork and kitchen extract ductwork, aiding compliance with TR19 and TR19 Grease.

Swiftclean Managing Director, Gary Nicholls said: “It has been our prime concern for many years to promote good indoor air quality and to minimise fire risks through regular cleaning to TR19® and TR19® Grease requirements. To find a range of products entirely devoted to achieving the same cleaner air objectives has been very rewarding, even assisting us in winning an award for our kitchen extract cleaning work. We were therefore delighted to be able to reach an exclusive agreement to provide these products to the UK market. We anticipate an enthusiastic welcome by specialist cleaning providers aiming to comply with to TR19® and TR19® Grease.”


26 August 2020


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