In most industries, there will come a day when the facility will shut down for repairs and cleaning. The question of whether or not to shut down just doesn’t come up. Most likely it will shut down.
It’s very hard for some industries to sacrifice their production to shut down for repairs and cleaning. The facility is in business to make a product and if it’s not making a product, well, there’s nothing to sell.
There are alternatives, but it takes some advanced planning.
It’s possible to close down selected areas in rotation and still keep production going. That’s where an experienced industrial service provider is most valuable. For instance, an experienced industrial cleaning service can use barriers and containment rooms to contain the dusts and other pollutants created during renovations or cleaning. This not only protects equipment and makes cleanup easier, but also helps protect the health of people who might be exposed to the dusts. The barriers also help prevent the dusts from spreading from the work area to other parts of the building.
Again, it takes some planning, but cleaning and maintenance can often be done without disrupting production. We've cleaned industrial facilities for years and know what it takes to get these cleaning jobs done, often without a shutdown.
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