The cooking-related grease and odours produced on a daily basis in professional kitchens can accumulate in the ductwork or fans of the commercial kitchen. A good filter system eliminates the negative consequences, such as high risk of fire and cleaning costs.
Polluted air that passes through the kitchen extraction system first passes through a mechanical pre-filter that removes the larger particles. Then the air goes through the ionisation section in which the remaining small particles are electrically charged. The polluted air then passes through the collector unit, where the electrically charged particles stick to earthed plates. Before the air flows into the ventilation duct a mechanical final filter ensures a balanced discharge of the airflow. The kitchen extraction system requires regular maintenance. This prevents grease from accumulating, which can have a negative impact on the operation of the system.
Our kitchen air filtration units remove the smallest grease and soot particles from the air and capture bothersome odours. More benefits: