Demand Control Ventilation for Commercial Kitchen Hoods

Posted on Apr 10, 2017 by Tam Nguyen in Kitchen Sustainability

Demand Control Ventilation for Commercial Kitchen Hoods, a new and underutilized technology within the foodservice industry

Similar to Lighting Control systema Demand Control Ventilation for commercial kitchen hoods, an intelligent network based ventilation control solution that modulate exhaust and supply airflows to match cooking demands with the use of one central computing device.

The following feature outlines key component considerations for demand control ventilation for commercial kitchen hoods within the foodservice sector.

Benefits

This new technology is applicable in buildings with large kitchen facilities such as: hospital, school, prison, housing, hotel, theme park, sport stadium, country club.

Key Factors component

With demand control ventilation for commercial kitchen hoods, the system is employed to maximize the energy savings from the energy system, satisfy building codes, or comply with green building and energy conservation programs. The system potentially produces savings from reducing heating and cooling, savings up to 90% in fan energy and 50% in conditioned air.

How Does it Work?

The system measures the temperature, steam and smoke under the hood, it also adjusts the fan speed accordingly to save both fan energy and conditioned air. During actual cooking, the speed increases as needed up to 100% until smoke and vapors are removed, keeping the kitchen environment temperature comfortable.

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