Ventilation systems remove cooking heat, effluent and odors.


All air cleaners require periodic cleaning and filter replacement to function properly. Follow manufacturers’ recommendations on maintenance and replacement.

When seeking air purification technology, foodservice operators can choose from several options.

Three basic techniques can help achieve air purification: containing contaminants, inserting products in the air to clean it, and killing impurities.

Restaurant operators have a number of available options to make indoor dining safer for customers and employees.

Every kitchen has one, at least, and every kitchen needs to maintain them. Here are a few tips for keeping a ventilation system in good working order.

Key safety components of almost any commercial kitchen, ventilation equipment includes hoods, fire systems, pollution control units, grease extraction devices, controls, exhaust and makeup air systems.


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