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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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The difference between UV kitchen exhaust systems and corona discharge

What is the difference between exhaust hoods using Ultraviolet Light and Corona discharge ozone generators?

There is some confusion regarding the similarities and differences of kitchen exhaust hoods using ultraviolet light bulbs (UV-C) in the exhaust plenum and systems that are referred to as “corona discharge” that generate ozone. Ultraviolet Light or UV-C is a type of bulb that has a very high intensity that allows it to break down […]

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Why are Ultraviolet lights or UV-C lights used for in commercial kitchens

What are UltraViolet lights in kitchen hoods used for and what outcome can I expect when using them?

Ultraviolet Lights or UV-C lights are a type of bulb that has a very high intensity that allows it to break down organic compounds. UV has been applied in a variety of sterilization and water treatment applications for decades. The wavelength varies by application. In the case kitchen exhaust systems, UV-C light is used to […]

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