FILTERS

Electrostatic Filter

O SERIES

Electrostatic filters pass the oil particles contained in
the exhaust air through the high-voltage ionizer into negative charged ions, through which they pass through the collector cell consisting of positive and negative row plates and these oil particles are retained by positively charged plates.

Thus, exhaust hood exhaust air is discharged to the environment at a rate of approximately 99% (in double pass) to the nature free of cooking oil, smoke and soot.

Electrostatic Filter

F SERIES

Electrostatic filters pass the oil particles contained in
the exhaust air through the high-voltage ionizer into negative charged ions, through which they pass through the collector cell consisting of positive and negative row plates and these oil particles are retained by positively charged plates.

Thus, exhaust hood exhaust air is discharged to the environment at a rate of approximately 99% (in double pass) to the nature free of cooking oil, smoke and soot.

PARTICLE

SMOKE

ODOUR

FAT

Micro Glass

FIBER FILTER

The high quality glass fibre media used in MPF filter supply optimum performance with suitable pleat height. The water resistant frame provides extra assurance in high-humidity applications.

UVC Ozone

CHAMBER

The units feature high output UV-C lamps which produce ozone. Grease and odours from the cooking process are attacked first by UV-c light in a process known as photolysis. Ozone then continues to act as the exhaust air moves through the ductwork by a process known as ozonolysis.

Activated Carbon Granule

Activated carbon filters are well known for their use in controlling gaseous odours. Traditionally, they are used as a sponge, absorbing gaseous odours as air passes through. The downside is that they quickly get saturated, and so need regular replacement.

Newer ozone-based (ozonolysis) technologies are proving to be an increasingly popular and effective alternative for gaseous odour control.