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Updated: The Specification for Kitchen Ventilation Systems (DW/172) From BESA

Updated: The Specification for Kitchen Ventilation Systems (DW/172) From BESA
James Ford
January 30, 2018
The awaited new revision of "The Specification for Kitchen Ventilation Systems (DW/172)"  from BESA (The Building Engineering Services Association) was officially launched earlier this month (January 2018).  The DW/172 is the industries go to guide for kitchen ventilation design and sets the benchmark for safe and effective ventilation in commercial kitchens.The new revised DW/172 Specificatio...
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Activated Carbon Filters – Half and Third Discarb Cells

Activated Carbon Filters – Half and Third Discarb Cells
James Ford
March 23, 2015
An Activated Carbon Discarb Filter offers a compact and convenient solution to mounting Bonded Activated Carbon Panel Filters (sometimes known as biscuits) using a range of filter housings.  A Carbon Discarb Filter Cell can contain up to 12 Bonded Carbon Panels which are sealed into a galvanised steel casing.Carbon Discarb Filters can be installed into ventilation ductwork using suitable sealing...
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Kitchen Extract Odour Control : DEFRA Guidance

Kitchen Extract Odour Control : DEFRA Guidance
James Ford
May 20, 2012
We are often approached by entrepreneurs, architects, consultants and restaurant owners who need to address odour control at the planning stage of opening a new catering establishment. Odour and nuisance control are a common requirement of local authority environmental health for a new restaurant or take away to gain planning permission.It is not written in stone what a local authority will de...
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Introducing “Nidor” – The Domestic Odour Adsorber

Introducing “Nidor” – The Domestic Odour Adsorber
James Ford
January 15, 2012
Introducing the new convenient odour controller that can be used wherever it is needed, from shoes to car boots itwill absorb even the worst odours. Simply hang, drop, squeeze or stuff the bag wherever you wish to absorb unwanted odours.Bad smells come from a wide range of sources and can be incredibly annoying for the sufferer. If that is you then The Nidor Odour Absorber could be just what...
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Kitchen Extract – “Wheel Of Nuisance Control”

Kitchen Extract – “Wheel Of Nuisance Control”
James Ford
November 15, 2011
Whilst creating a mailer for our clients, we came up with the "Wheel of Nuisance Control" as an easy to read diagram explaining the various products that Airclean offer for Kitchen Extract, grease, smoke and odour control.The products in this diagram includes all of the air filters that we manufacture in our Kent factory and the systems that we incorporate them into to offer full nuisance contro...
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World Cup 2010 – Pubs and Bars are you ready for it?

World Cup 2010 – Pubs and Bars are you ready for it?
James Ford
May 23, 2010
With the Fifa World Cup only two weeks away, we are asking if our Pubs and Bars are ready for the surge of football fans coming through their doors. Some basic filtration checks could help bar staff and chefs keep cool in this busy period. Here are our top 5.1. Check all Air Conditioning Filters- Dirty Air Filters in Air conditioning systems can reduce cooling efficiency and air flow, resul...
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How long does an Activated Carbon Filter Last?

How long does an Activated Carbon Filter Last?
James Ford
August 8, 2009
It is extremely difficult to calculate in advance the life expectancy of an Activated Carbon Filter. Generally speaking, accurate information regarding concentration and details of all contaminants in the airstream are not available and in any case these are often constantly changing.However, reasonably accurate life expectancy levels can be obtained by a method known as CTC testing which is o...
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Kitchen Extract Solutions from Airclean

Kitchen Extract Solutions from Airclean
James Ford
May 4, 2009
Kitchen Extracts in commercial kitchens are designed to provide operatives with a safe and comfortable working environment. To achieve this, the by products of cooking must be removed from the cooking area including heat, humidity, grease, smoke and odour.These are removed from the cooking area by the kitchen extract and are usually discharged outside of the building. This discharge point can ...
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