A street level discharge is required where there is no means of ventilation through a mechanical riser and the only way to discharge the kitchen exhaust air is horizontally on street level, better known as a street level discharge.
When discharge smoke, grease, odours at a low level, a combination of kitchen exhaust treatment technologies is often employed to achieve the most cost effective outcome. The factors that must be considered include having to be close to the boundaries, windows and air intakes or natural ventilation devices.
This filtration system technique can remove particles through a cooling effect. They are specifically designed for solid fuel applications including wood fire ovens and charcoal applications which utilise solid fuel such as hot coals and woods for cooking.
A tenancy lease agreement would indicate kitchen exhaust filtration system to be installed in the premises as a condition of the lease. Usually duct connection is installed in the tenancy and the owner must maintain and have full responsibility of the kitchen exhaust filtration system.
An individual tenancy filtration system maybe installed because issues may arise with residential tenancies which live above the retail precinct. The local the council who protect the local residence are becoming less tolerant of offensive smoke and odour from ventilation systems.
AOS kitchen exhaust filtration system can be retrofitted on site into any existing kitchen exhaust applications. If a restaurant owner has any issues that may arise due to smoke, grease and odours associated during the cooking process.
Plant rooms have a large amount of exhaust distributed through the building. The AOS electrostatic and carbon filtration system can be installed in the plant room to remove smoke and odours from the cooking process.