Trion air filtration serves restaurants in Abu Dhabi

Trion, air filtration, kitchen ventilation
Sophisticated electrostatic air cleaners have been supplied by Trion for commercial kitchens in Abu Dhabi’s new central business district.

Trion, which specialises in air purification for commercial kitchens, has supplied a number of its Air Boss Model 75 electrostatic air cleaners to Abu Dhabi’s new central business district on Al Maryah Island. What makes this scheme unique is the level of sophistication which this particular extract solution demanded.

Graham Smith, general manager of Trion’s SAT group, explains, ‘This development is a little different to most projects since we were involved in all aspects of the design and engineering. The specification called for equipment which complied with regulations UL867 and UL710, as well as NFPA 96. The Air Boss Model 75 surpasses UL710 and is also the first to qualify for the more stringent UL YYXS, which is the only UL specification that deals specifically with commercial kitchen ventilation.’

Four air cleaners have been installed in equipment rooms serving the Sowwah Square retail development and handle air cleaning for a variety of restaurants. There were engineered and made to order.

All four units have automatic washing for efficient and effective maintenance. Each system was designed to cope with commercial kitchen smoke and odour at 12 750 m3/h and 95% DOP efficient and pre-piped for fire-protection systems. There are also BMS contacts to suit the customer’s requirements.

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