What are the best practices for ventilation systems after the pandemic

What are the best practices for ventilation system for restaurants and food service facilities re-opening after the pandemic?

With restaurants and other food service facilities fully opening, albeit with reduced capacity, key questions have arisen regarding best practices for ventilation systems. We questioned Dr. Andrey Livchak, Halton’s Global Technology Director, and member of ASHRAE for some answers. Q: What are your recommendations for starting up the HVAC system that may have been idle […]

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Ghost Kitchen Ventilation Virtual Kitchen Ventilation

Ghost Kitchen Exhaust Success Routine

The commercial kitchen ventilation (CKV) industry has done a great job of defining the step by step approach for optimizing CKV design by focusing on the four key areas of: exhaust hood, exhaust fan, replacement air and controls. The goal of course is to develop a design that effectively captures, contains and exhausts the heat […]

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Halton Pizza Oven Exhaust Hood

Finding the Right Exhaust Hood for Your Pizza Oven

To deliver consistency for their customers and drive speed, most large pizza chains utilize conveyor ovens to cook their pizzas and other menu items. These ovens are typically configured with one, two or three ‘decks’ and utilize impinger technology to rapidly cook pizzas. In addition to high velocity fans, the ovens consume a lot of […]

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Cfm and static pressure in Commercial Kitchen Ventilation

Cfm and static pressure … what does it all mean?

Whenever the topic of commercial kitchen ventilation crops up, you know, like when you’re at a dinner party, or it’s the holidays, and Uncle Bob wants to chat, there are two terms that regularly interfere with a complete understanding.  Cfm and static pressure,  these terms go hand-in-hand (like Uncle Bob and Aunt Brenda) though we […]

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