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Grease & Odour Concerns In Your Commercial Kitchen.



Grease Build Up


Depending on what kind of food establishment you are, grease and odour issues will vary from kitchen to kitchen. Generally speaking, fast food restaurants deal with higher levels of grease more regularly however, it’s always important to check your grease levels no matter what kind of food you’re preparing in the kitchen because once it builds up in the ventilation ductwork it can quickly turn into a fire hazard.

It could cause your fans to overwork themselves, causing fast wear down to the system. Reduced airflow would also lead to smoke and odours throughout the kitchen.




Odour


It is completely normal for odours to occur in a commercial kitchen. However, it can be unpleasant for the staff and of course the diners! It’s important that a proper odour control kitchen ventilation system is installed to help prevent odours from the kitchen festering and affecting the working environment, or from travelling to the other parts of the premises, such as the dining area.



The importance of an effective ventilation and filtration system in the customers kitchen, takeaway or restaurant cannot be understated, effective ventilation creates a safe workplace for staff and a comfortable and pleasant atmosphere for diners. To deliver the best possible solution to the client we get involved right from the design stage and after the project is complete, we can offer preventative maintenance packages to make sure the system keeps working as designed. We understand that each kitchen is different, locations differ, cuisine and cooking styles differ which is why each system we specify is bespoke to that job to meet that particular set of requirements. For more information you can contact us here.

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