Kitchen ventilation impacts so many parts of a Florida restaurant or foodservice operation. From staff comfort to energy savings, there are many reasons to consider demand control kitchen ventilation. But what does demand control ventilation, specifically Halton's M.A.R.V.E.L. technology, look like when compared directly with temperature-only systems?
Nothing has greater impact on operating costs and employee well being than commercial kitchen ventilation. And when you consider regulations and energy efficiency certificates like LEEDS and ASHRAE, there are even more reasons to consider advanced concepts like demand control kitchen ventilation.
So much time and effort goes into the lead up of a steak coming off the grill. There's the ordering and the prep. There's the menu and the processes that bring it to life. There's even the hiring and training of the staff that will cook it and deliver it. But what about those moments after the steak? What about the important features of your foodservice establishment that don't get all the attention? What about commercial kitchen ventilation?
There could be as many as hundreds if not thousands of Florida schools that do meet current energy standards as set forth by the U.S. Department of Energy's ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2010. But what are these regulations, what do they mean for your Florida school cafeteria, and how can deficiencies be corrected in a timely and cost-effective manner?
Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation, or DCKV, is quickly becoming the norm rather than the exception throughout Florida's commercial kitchens. Without this innovative technology, managing the changes in exhaust volumes and building pressure inside facilities has been a challenge. But what about now?
What is typically one of the most annoying pieces of equipment in any Florida commercial foodservice operation is also one of the most important. When it comes to safety, energy savings, and customer comfort, ventilation is critical to creating an environment that is both safe and efficient.
Whether you're renovating a historical building in Downtown St. Petersburg or creating a futuristic restaurant design in Miami, your vision should not be limited by technology. At the same time, your design should also deliver important benefits like efficiency, ease-of-use, and operational satisfaction.