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Pollustop air purifier from Halton Foodservice

05 November 2009 by
Pollustop air purifier from Halton Foodservice

Heat extracted from kitchens is frequently wasted, so the Pollustop air purification system now incorporates a heat-recovery option.

It enables caterers to use the recycled heat to pre-warm incoming fresh air, pre-heat incoming hot water to the kitchen (achieving a typical 7°C rise in temperature), or supplement low- or zero-carbon technologies such as air-source heat pumps.

The heat recovery system is based on a runaround coil design optimised for use in kitchen ventilation systems that uses a copper tube with about 400 aluminium fins per metre in rows of four or six.

The system works with air velocities up to 2.4m/s at the face of the coil and comes complete with drain pan and moisture eliminators.

To buy it, callHalton Foodservice01643 666111

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