Auto scrubber self-cleaning hood system

Greenheck’s GWAE self-cleaning auto scrubber hood system cleans both sides of the filters in place along with the inside of the exhaust plenum.

10/18/2016


Greenheck’s GWAE self-cleaning auto scrubber hood system cleans both sides of the filters in place along with the inside of the exhaust plenum. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck's GWAE self-cleaning auto scrubber hood eliminates the need for daily removal and cleaning, reducing operating costs and increasing worker safety. The drastic reduction of grease build-up on the filters, ductwork and fans decreases fire potential as well. The auto scrubber is ideal for heavy grease producing appliances such as char broilers, woks, fryers and griddles, facilities with long duct runs and facilities with long hours of operation. Additional features include a 2-in. gravity drain that captures grease from the pitched grease trough, and a single control panel that controls multiple hood sections or duct sumps. Tool-less access panels provide easy access for maintenance and inspections and allow for safe removal of filters.

Greenheck

www.greenheck.com



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