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Kitchen extraction

in a hotel

Most hotels have a restaurant where all sorts of cooking activities take place. It is important that everything is arranged properly there so the cooks can remain focused on the cooking activities. Practically every hotel prepares its own dishes, as a result of which vapours and fumes can be produced at the cooking range. The work activities in a hotel kitchen are very diverse, so the pollutants vary widely too. Breakfast is prepared there, as well as lunch and dinner. Kitchen fumes and kitchen vapours are even produced at breakfast time, when frying an egg for example. If the hotel does not have a good kitchen extraction system, unpleasant odours develop in the kitchen, so the personnel continuously inhale polluted air and grease remains behind in the extraction duct. The latter can lead to a fire, or even just stench and fume nuisance for the personnel and customers.

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Which commercial kitchen ventilation system is most suitable for a hotel?

In the Netherlands the discharge of polluted air from an commercial kitchen directly to the outdoors is not permitted. It must first be cleaned. Euromate has developed an innovative system for the hospitality sector: the SFE. This system filters the stench, fumes and grease out of the extracted air. The hotel employees will not experience health problems, and customers will not smell the cooking activities. The owner of the hotel also has lower maintenance costs for the inside of the extraction duct, and the risk of fire in considerably reduced.

Benefits of Euromate kitchen extraction in a hotel

Improvement of the air quality in a hotel through kitchen extraction provides benefits, such as:

  • Greater productivity (healthy air keeps employees sharp and fit)
  • Healthy supply of fresh air through effective extraction and filtration of the indoor air
  • No more nuisance from unpleasant cooking odours that can be produced during work in the kitchen
  • Saves energy: heated and cooled air are distributed evenly through the kitchen rather than being blown out in one location
  • Fresh, inviting kitchen for personnel and customers
  • Lower cleaning costs: grease is captured in the filter, and vapours are better extracted to outdoors
  • Good image: distinguishing factor in the commercial kitchen sector

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