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