Kitchen pollution control unit

Greenheck has introduced the Grease Grabber Triple Play and Power Play pollution control units.

01/09/2012


Greenheck has introduced the Grease Grabber Triple Play and Power Play pollution control units, designed to eliminate both smoke and grease particles from commercial kitchen exhaust systems, with odor control modules that eliminate odors or reduce them to acceptable levels. The Grease Grabber Triple Play, featuring a three-stage mechanical filter arrangement, is coupled with activated carbon panels to remove odor molecules prior to discharging the air, reducing the impact of kitchen exhaust on the surroundings. The unit’s permanent electrostatic collector section removes grease and smoke particles from the airstream, while its integrated self-cleaning wash sequence allows for low maintenance and constant performance. Both units are ETL listed to the UL 710 standard and built in accordance with NFPA 96.

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