There are multiple environments that benefit from the introduction of ventilation systems. Kitchens can become uncomfortable environments to work in if a tailored kitchen ventilation system isn’t installed.
In the latest blog post by Vent Logistics, we discuss the advantages to having a kitchen ventilation system.
Improved Air Quality
Kitchens can easily become full of smoke and extremely hot environments that can pose a risk to your health. Airborne particles and odours in kitchens can cause irritation to the eyes and skin, and in some more extreme cases can also cause respiratory issues.
The odours and particles in the kitchen may also affect those outside the immediate area and spread towards the dining space that is occupied by customers.
A fully functional kitchen ventilation system will help to reduce the number of irritants in the air, as well as go towards controlling the temperature of the space.
Removes Grease Particles
A commercial kitchen that is regularly used to cook a variety of dishes will produce grease particles that become airborne and then deposit themselves onto the wall and ceilings. In order to remain compliant with hygiene standards, effective methods should be put in place to prevent this process from happening. A ventilation system will help to remove grease particles from the air, helping to keep the space clean and safe.
There are multiple regulations that employers must adhere to and the Health and Safety regulations state that employers must “provide effective and suitable ventilation in every enclosed workplace”. Failure to comply with health and safety regulations can get a commercial kitchen closed down.
Here at Vent Logistics, we have been providing high-quality, tailored ventilation systems to suit a variety of environments and can ensure you are compliant with legal requirements for ventilation. For more information on our services, please contact 01296 681752.