Although shopping centres mostly contain shops, they also include restaurants and cafés. A restaurant makes use of a kitchen, and the food preparation produces unpleasant odours and greasy air (from deep-fat fryers, for example). Grease in the air can cling to the exhaust duct, posing a fire hazard. Unpleasant odours can also be blown through the exhaust duct into the shopping centre or the restaurant. Adjacent shops will also be unhappy about this situation. This problem can be taken care of with kitchen extraction in shopping centres.
Euromate has developed an extraction system specially for commercial kitchens in shopping centres that can separate out the greasy air and remove the unpleasant odours. This system for commercial kitchen ventilation is called the SFE. Contaminated air passes through the SFE, first through a mechanical pre-filter which filters out the coarser grease particles. Then the air goes through an ionisation process in which the smaller grease particles are removed from the air flow.
The removal of grease and fumes with this solution has another beneficial side-effect, namely that most of the odour is trapped in these particles. Restaurants in shopping centres that make use of the SFE will therefore have less risk of fire as well as less odour nuisance. And it is a good thing, too, because the government is employing ever stricter standards for this.
Improvement of the air quality in shopping centres through kitchen extraction provides benefits, such as:
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