Money savings on cleaning costs, one of the highest safety levels and a must for a sustainable heat recovery.
The Capture Ray™ technology neutralises grease particles and vapours, radically limiting grease deposits. It leads to huge money savings on cleaning costs and prepares the air for sustainable heat recovery. In addition, exterior odour emissions are greatly reduced, which is a huge bonus to restaurants in dense urban sites.
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What is the difference between exhaust hoods using Ultraviolet Light and Corona discharge ozone generators?
Posted: January 21, 2020
There is some confusion regarding the similarities and differences of kitchen exhaust hoods using ultraviolet light bulbs (UV-C) in the exhaust plenum and systems that are referred to as "corona discharge" that generate ozone.
Ultraviolet Light or UV-C is a type of bulb that has a very high intensity that allows it to break down organic compounds. UV has been applied in a variety of sterilization and water treatment applications for decades.
What are UltraViolet lights in kitchen hoods used for and what outcome can I expect when using them?
Posted: September 26, 2019
Ultraviolet Lights or UV-C lights are a type of bulb that has a very high intensity that allows it to break down organic compounds. UV has been applied in a variety of sterilization and water treatment applications for decades. The wavelength varies by application. In the case kitchen exhaust systems, UV-C light is used to break down grease particles through two processes: photolysis and ozonolysis. The photolysis process breaks the molecular bond of grease whereas ozonolysis is a process that oxidizes the grease molecules.