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These products refer to
US & CAN market

Commercial kitchen

AirMaid® is proven to be one of the most compact and cost-effective ways to reduce odors from restaurant exhausts and contribute to less grease build-up in your kitchen duct works.

In US and CAN since 2014NFPA 96 compliant, installed on the Clean Air side (make up air) | ETL listed by Intertek under file number 5028734, UL 867 standard US & CAN/CSAE60335-1(-2)....... | Nation wide Partner Network | Over 15,000 installations around the world

Odor & Grease Mitigation

The next level of efficient air treatment

LOW MAINTENANCE COSTS

Our technology has a proven ability to lower your maintenance costs to the lowest in the industry

ODOR

One of the most cost-effective solutions for removing unwanted odors. Contributing to happy restaurant neighbors! 

PREVENTIVE FIRE HAZARD

AirMaid's air treatment technology helps to reduce the grease build-up in your exhaust ducts and thus prevents the risk of fire

Cooking odors are sulphur and  acetaldehyde-based compounds which are readily detected by the human nose. One quality of ozone is that it is highly reactive with sulphur, readily reducing these compounds, primarily to water vapor and sulfites. Benefits realized by the chemical reaction of ozone in a kitchen duct air stream are a reduction of both the cooking odor expelled from the facility, and the flammable grease buildup inside the ducts.

We thrive in the kitchen

No space for a PCU? Tired of high costs? Tight budget? We are happy to introduce AirMaid® trusted by tens of thousands of restaurants exhausts in over 30 countries around the world. We serve everything from hamburger restaurants to Asian cooking to the occasional Michelin restaurant to name but a few. AirMaid® is as easy to install as retrofit as well for new construction. Our project service is ready to  help you find the most cost-effective solution for your kitchen ventilation.

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Product

VENTILATION

We are experts in odor and grease reduction in commercial kitchen ventilation systems. Our proven AirMaid®  air cleaning technology is used in most cooking processes from fast food restaurants to Michelin restaurants around the world. Our solutions are the most compact designed air cleaners, easy to install, require little maintenance and thus contribute to being one of the most cost-effective PCU alternatives on the market.

Airmaid® - Air treatment

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V-series

The V-series is equipped with our unique CGC cells and is specially developed for restaurants and commercial kitchens where the requirements for odor and grease reduction are very important. With a continuous and efficient cleaning of the exhaust ducts, you can effectively reduce sweep chimney costs and enable heat recovery in your building.


Areas of use:

  • Restaurant ventilation ducts

  • Commercial kitchen

  • Dark, ghost and cloud kitchens

  • Delivery hubs

 

Odor reduction

Odors from all types of cooking leave the channel and therefore do not get stuck in a conventional filter. With AirMaid® V, these odors are reduced by up to 95%.
 

Grease reduction

The grease is greatly reduced in the ventilation ducts (mist ducts) by the ozone from our unique CGC cells. When a grease molecule encounters an ozone molecule, a chemical reaction called ozonolysis occurs. Ozonolysis is a process in which ozone reacts with a carbon-carbon double bond or a carbon-carbon triple bond, breaking the bond and forming smaller molecules. Breaking down the grease particles into water and minerals that are removed in the air stream.

 

Fire safety and sweeping

The service life of the ventilation system is increased by reducing the grease and also reducing the risk of fire. The number of expensive sweeping occasions can also be reduced.

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AirMaid® air cleaning technology has proven to be one of the most cost-effective solutions for effective odor and grease build-up reduction on the market.

  • Compact design

  • Easy to install

  • Low energy consumption

  • Minimal maintenance 

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