Press Release Summary:
Capturing waste heat produced by cooking appliances that would otherwise be exhausted from kitchen hood, Energy Recovery Filter System preheats portion of incoming water supply that is directed into energy recovery filters, helping to save energy in restaurants.Â As added benefit, water flowing through filters naturally lowers hood temperature, condensing more grease from airstream. System also removes 88% of grease particles at 8 microns, minimizing hood and duct cleaning.
Original Press Release:
Greenheck Introduces Energy Recovery Filter System for Kitchen Hoods
Greenheck’s new Energy Recovery Filter System incorporates energy recovery technology into kitchen exhaust hoods. The Energy Recovery Filter System captures the waste heat produced by the cooking appliances that would otherwise be exhausted from a kitchen hood and uses it to preheat a portion of the incoming water supply that is directed into the patented energy recovery filters. The water flowing through the filters captures the waste heat from the exhaust airstream, preheating the water supply. Preheating water before it enters a conventional water heater saves energy and reduces a restaurant’s water heating costs. As an added benefit, the water flowing through the filters naturally lowers the hood temperature, condensing more grease from the airstream. Independent third party testing shows the highly efficient Energy Recovery Filter System removes 88% of grease particles at 8 microns resulting in reduced hood and duct cleaning costs as well.
Greenheck is the worldwide leader in manufacturing and distributing air movement and control equipment.
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