Ductbusters conduct maintenance work aboard luxury cruise vessel: A Case Study

Early last year, Ductbusters was contacted by a leading facilities management company. They reached out regarding a cruise vessel operated by their client, a leading, luxury cruise vessel operator. The company offer a range of fine dining experiences aboard its state-of-the-art fleet.

Large scale public attractions such as these require considerable care and attention to avoid issues developing due to the high numbers of people involved and the potential risk. This is amplified in the case of specialised environments such as a cruise vessel.

The facilities management company in question required us to conduct a series of tasks aboard the vessel, ensuring customer and staff safety.

Having made their way to the vessel using a smaller boat, Ductbusters operatives boarded and got to work. In the kitchen, our operatives installed access doors to enable a comprehensive clean of the kitchen extract ductwork and general supply ductwork.

Following our extensive efforts, both systems received a TR19 and LPCB cleaning certificate to prove the facilities had been cleaned.

Work such as this is of increased importance when dealing with warm conditions, such as those experienced last year in the U.K.

Ductwork that is not cleaned regularly and professionally is prone to becoming clogged, at which point it fails to perform its function and begins to pose a health and safety risk. As well as this, ineffective ductwork begins to pose an increased fire risk.

If you’re concerned about the condition of your ductwork as the temperature begins to rise once more, contact us today.


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