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Kitchen extraction

in a restaurant

The kitchen is the most important part of a restaurant. It is therefore important that everything is arranged properly there so cooks can concentrate on their cooking activities. Practically every restaurant prepares its own dishes, as a result of which vapours and fumes can be produced at the cooking range. The activities that take place in a restaurant kitchen are very diverse. As a result, the variety of pollutants that can enter the air is also very diverse. It is not healthy for staff in the kitchen to have to continuously breathe in the smoke, vapours and odours as well as the greasy fumes that can cause problems in the extraction duct, such as pests or fire. The unpleasant odours in the kitchen should not end up in the dining area, because they will greatly detract from the dining experience. Kitchen extraction in a restaurant can prevent these problems.

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

Direct extraction from the kitchen to the outdoor air is not permitted. Polluted air must first be filtered so the pollutants cannot enter the outdoor air. Euromate has developed commercial kitchen ventilation for the hospitality industry that thoroughly filters the kitchen fumes and vapours and removes grease and odours. This extraction system is called the SFE. This allows the air to be blown outdoors without problem, and it will not cause a nuisance for anyone. The personnel will not experience health problems, and customers will not smell the cooking activities. The restaurant owner will also have lower maintenance costs for the inside of the extraction duct, and the risk of fire will be significantly reduced.

Benefits of Euromate kitchen extraction system in a restaurant

Improvement of the air quality in a restaurant 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 the hospitality industry

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