Full list of services offered by Prestons Electrical. (Neat, Professional Work comes as standard).
- Interior and Exterior Lighting Systems
- Storage Heating
- Power installations: single and 3 phase
- Cable Management Installations:
- 3 compartment trunking / floor trunking / lighting trunking
- Installation of new distribution boards
- Office and classroom refurbishments
- Up-rating of existing systems
- NAPIT Test & Inspection
Common faults in commercial kitchen gas and electrical systems and controls
Here are a few examples of commercial faults:
Gas leaks: This is one of the most common faults in a commercial kitchen. It can happen due to a damaged gas line, loose connection, or faulty gas valve. Gas leaks can be dangerous and should be addressed immediately.
Pilot light issues: The pilot light may go out or not light at all, which can be caused by a clogged or damaged pilot tube, thermocouple, or gas valve.
Regulator problems: The regulator is responsible for regulating the gas pressure, and if it fails, it can result in low or high gas pressure, which can cause issues with appliances.
Tripping circuit breakers: This can happen if the electrical load is too high or if there is a fault in the wiring or electrical equipment.
Faulty wiring: Worn or damaged wiring can lead to electrical shocks, power surges, and even electrical fires.
Broken appliances: Over time, appliances can develop faults such as loose connections, damaged cords, or worn-out parts, leading to electrical problems.
Faulty thermostats: Thermostats are responsible for regulating the temperature of ovens, fryers, and other equipment. If the thermostat is faulty, the equipment may not heat up or may overheat.
Control board failures: The control board is responsible for controlling the various functions of appliances. If it fails, it can result in appliance malfunctions or even complete shutdown.
Sensor issues: Many commercial kitchen appliances have sensors to detect temperature, humidity, and other conditions. If the sensors are faulty or damaged, they can provide incorrect readings, resulting in equipment malfunction or even safety hazards.
It's important to have a professional technician regularly inspect and maintain commercial kitchen gas, electrical, and control systems to prevent faults and ensure the safety and efficient functioning of the equipment.