Sirius Products’ canopy containment air technology improves kitchen air quality

Published:  01 December, 2011

Sirius Products, kitchen ventilation

Filtration and air-management specialists Sirius Products have developed a range of canopies designed to improve the containment-efficiency of the hood by up to 15%. This system delivers a constant stream of high-pressure low-volume air directly into the canopy itself, creating a negative pressure along the front lower edge. Consequently, the rising convective heat and smoke created by cooking processes is drawn into the hood and towards the high-efficiency grease filters, leaving a pleasant, productive and smoke-free kitchen environment.

For more information on this story, click here: December 2011, 207

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