What are the best practices for Solid Fuel Cooking Ventilation

What are Best Practice Recommendation and Requirements for Solid Fuel Cooking in Kitchen Ventilation

Solid fuel cooking is defined by the International Mechanical Code as “any bulk material such as hardwood, mesquite, charcoal or briquettes that is combusted to produce heat for cooking operations.” This type of cooking is typically used to cook proteins (such as steaks, hamburgers, and chicken). The types of effluent emitted from solid fuel applications […]

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HVAC System on Quick Serve Restaurant Roof

Using your HVAC system to build your restaurant’s brand

Four Steps to Success To succeed in today’s ultra-competitive quick-serve restaurant landscape, it’s vitally important that brands provide an inviting atmosphere for their customers. The primary focus is of course on the food, but customers also expect an exceptional experience from the moment they walk in the door. Restaurant designers have responded with updated lighting […]

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make up air comfortable commercial kitchen

It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity!

Addressing comfort, space conditioning and make up air in commercial kitchens. I’m sure you’ve heard this before, somewhere.  It implies the heat isn’t that big a deal for comfort, it’s more about the humidity that accompanies it.  Well, that’s sort of true.  Don’t try to tell anyone during summer in Las Vegas on a 106-degree […]

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Utility Distribution System UDS

Utility Distribution Systems (UDS), Built to Adapt

Utility Distribution Systems (UDS) or also known as kitchen distribution systems are custom-built enclosures that can include any combination of gas, electrical, water, compressed air, steam, fire, and safety controls in a stainless steel structure. Utility distribution systems can be configured to be installed against a wall or for use with an island suite of […]

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