Does your business in Suffolk have a commercial kitchen? If so, there’s a good chance that you’re required by law to have a gas interlock system.
At PHS, we’re experts at the installation and repair of gas safety interlocking systems, ensuring our clients have peace of mind when it comes to the gas in their business premises.
There are loads of technical considerations to take into account when getting a gas interlock system installed, however it all boils down to the fact that if you are constructing a new kitchen, or installing specific appliances, a gas interlock system is mandatory.
Even if you don’t legally require a gas interlock system, we’d still highly recommend considering one. This is because…
it will protect your business, as well as your most valuable asset: your employees
We have been installing and repairing gas interlock systems in Suffolk for a number of years, becoming experts in the field.
If you want to talk about any aspect of gas interlock systems, why not call us today on 01206 580 481 (click to call)?
Gas Interlock System Installation in Suffolk
The installation of a gas interlock system isn’t a small job, and certainly shouldn’t be attempted by those without the required knowledge and training.
In fact, it is illegal for anyone other than a certified engineer to install a system of this type. Therefore, you should call PHS, instead of attempting to do it yourself.
Our engineers will attend your business at an arranged time and date, ready to install your gas interlock system.
As well as fitting the system, they might also recommend other features, such as a fan pressure differential switch, remote emergency stop or a fan current monitor.
Should they recommend an addition, they will explain in detail why they believe it’s needed.
Why not contact us today about gas interlock system installation and speak to an expert in the field?
Gas Interlock System Repairs in Suffolk
We also offer repairs to gas interlock systems. We can schedule a time to make the necessary repairs, however we know that some jobs are emergencies. This is why we have a 24/7 emergency callout service.
We also offer servicing of gas interlock systems, and we’d recommend that a professional regularly examines the system. This will help to prevent faults in the future. We will provide a certificate every time we successfully service your gas interlock system.
Whether you need to schedule in a routine service, or you have an emergency, please call us on 01206 580 481. There will always be someone waiting to take your call.
Areas We Cover in Suffolk
We offer our gas safety interlocking services all across Suffolk including but not limited to:
Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Sudbury, Haverhill, Lowestoft, Felixstowe and Newmarket.
If you’re unsure whether we cover your area, please call us and speak to a member of our team.
Get in Touch Today!
Whether you need a gas interlock system installing or repairs and servicing in Suffolk, PHS is the right company for you.
A gas interlock system really is a vitally important piece of equipment, so why not act now and schedule your installation or repair?
Gas Interlock Systems FAQs
A gas interlock system cuts off the flow of gas when there is an extractor fan failure. This ensures that there is no build-up of dangerous gas.
There are sensors either side of the ducts and they constantly check on air pressure. When the air pressure changes, the gas flow to the kitchen will be cut off until the air is flowing properly again.
Anyone installing a new commercial kitchen or a type B appliance must have a gas interlock system. Existing kitchens aren’t required to have one by law, however they do provide increased safety.
In a commercial kitchen, should the extractor fan stop working, there’s the potential for a build-up of gas. This could have catastrophic consequences and is prevented by a gas interlock system.
A gas interlock system can only be installed by a Gas Safety Certified engineer. You can be sure that our engineers at PHS are fully certified to offer this service.
Yes, for any new kitchen or any kitchen installing a part B appliance. This is due to the Gas Safety (Installation and Use Regulations) 1998 and the Gas Appliance (Safety Regulations) 1995 laws.
You should consider using the most experienced company, as this is such an important job. Our engineers have a huge amount of experience, so you can trust them to do the work perfectly.