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Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Exhaust With Fan to Re-integrate the Extacted air.
 

Function:
- Expel fumes.
- Retain fats.
- Condense water vapours.
- Re-integration of extracted air.
- Control the ambient temperature in the kitchen.

Components:
- Exhaust hood with filters.
- Extraction unit.
- Extraction channel.
- Fan.
- Thermoregulation.
- Channels for the emission of the treated air.

Advantages:
- Eliminates air currents.
- It does not disrupt systems in adjacent areas.
- Maintains the correct ambient temperature.
Disadvantages:
- High exchange of air in the environment.
- Cost for the re-heating of the treated air.

Disadvantages:
- High exchange of air in the environment.
- It is necessary to have natural input of fresh air via doors and windows.
- Unhealthy air currents for the kitchen staff.
- Movement of fumes to below the hood.
- Difficulty in opening doors due to slight de-pressurisation in the kitchen.
- Can disrupt the functioning of systems in adjacent areas.
- Lowers the ambient temperature.
- Expulsion of fumes.

2. Exhaust with fan to re-integrate the extracted air

Function:
- Expel fumes.
- Retain fats.
- Condense water vapours.
- Re-integration of extracted air.
- Control the ambient temperature in the kitchen.

Components:
- Exhaust hood with filters.
- Extraction unit.
- Extraction channel.
- Fan.
- Thermoregulation.
- Channels for the emission of the treated air.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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