Greenheck Brochure Explains Cost Savings of Variable Volume Kitchen Ventilation Systems
A new 8-page brochure from Greenheck explains how variable volume kitchen ventilation systems work and provides examples of potential cost savings.
Variable volume kitchen ventilation systems vary the speed of fans as cooking loads increase or decrease during the day. The brochure points out how microprocessor controls automatically adjust exhaust, supply and rooftop unit fans and can help save as much as $2 per cfm/year. The brochure also describes standard and optional components required for a variable volume system and answers commonly asked questions. Greenheck, a worldwide leader in manufacturing and distributing air movement and control equipment, supplies all components needed to operate an efficient kitchen ventilation system including kitchen hoods, exhaust fans, make-up air, fire suppression systems and utility distribution systems.
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