RZ-ECOSEAL®, the waterproof and fireproof solution for
dirty grease extraction systems.
A leak after cleaning with water
A grease extraction system often becomes extremely dirty as a result of intensive use.
Besides the hygienic and technical aspects, there is also a latent fire hazard, which may have serious consequences.
Impression of a kitchen after a fire as a result of a dirty grease duct
People often use aggressive cleaning agents, chemicals or mechanical methods to clean or even do it by hand using a scraper or a wire brush.
These methods are extremely labour intensive and are not without danger for the person cleaner.
Since the areas to be cleaned are often difficult to reach, the result is only partially acceptable.
There is also a considerable risk of damaging the surrounding area, for
example, as a result of a leak.
The concept consists of two phases:
Phase 1: The application of a unique coating/impregnating agent to the grease duct.
Phase 2: Maintenance of the grease duct.
A method that is less harmful to the environment, less labour intensive and safe for the person cleaning.
A significant improvement in quality of the service provided.
Dirty grease duct
Phase 1: Application of a unique coating/impregnating agent to the grease duct.
The dirty extraction system is treated with a special, environmentally friendly and non-flammable coating/impregnating agent, which bonds to the dirty surface.
Once the coating/impregnating agent has hardened, the contamination is enclosed without environmentally-harmful residues being discharged into the sewer system.
The risk of fire is then eliminated and the duct is as good as watertight. The risk of cuts or burns is restricted to a minimum or even eliminated.
Clean grease duct
A double layer of this unique coating/impregnating agent can be applied and then used as a peel coating.
Applying RZ-Ecoseal with a spray head and distance guide.
Mix RZ-Ecoseal before use.
RZ-Ecoseal is applied in a clean duct using a spray head and distance guide.
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Phase 2: Maintenance of the ‘new’ grease duct
- Regular maintenance is less labour intensive.
- Less aggressive cleaning products are required.
- The risk of damage to the surroundings is restricted to a minimum.
For specialist cleaning companies, it is commercially interesting to use this method on a large scale.
Easy to clean after sealing.
Cleaning the grease duct with a brush.