Improved energy efficiency of the kitchen exhaust system
AOM INTAIR determines the cooking intensity of appliances under a kitchen exhaust hood and consequently commands filtration and ventilation equipment. This can either be programmed as:
- Exhaust equipment ON as soon as cooking begins and OFF when cooking stops
- Sequential equipment use with varying fan speeds (using a VSD) and varying filtration intensity.
Optimal use of ozone for odour mitigation thus removing the risk of residual ozone discharges at the discharge point since ozone injection is tied to cooking intensity. Up to three ozone generators can connected to an AOM INTAIR system allowing for varying ozone injection up to 7500 l/s.
Improved usability of the kitchen exhaust systems particularly in situations where multiple tenancies are tied to one fan system. Up to three kitchen exhaust hoods can be connected to one automated system.
Easy to install and maintain with in-hood sensors built into the AOM kitchen exhaust hoods and all components are discrete and simply connected using standard electrical cabling.