UV Systems & O.N. 100
The UV-O range uses UV-C technology to produce ozone and hydroxyl free radicals to oxidise cooking odours through a process of ozonolysis.
Unlike other UV-C systems, our UV-O units are located outside of the kitchen extract duct and are connected via a spigot and small diameter ducting.
Although it is widely accepted that the best way to apply UV-C light is directly in-line with the air stream itself, performance will be impacted as the lamps get dirty.
With our UV-O units the air flow does not come from the exhaust duct but from the ambient air around the unit, which is filtered on entry. This means that it is able to provide a uniform supply of ozone and hydroxyl free radicals into the extract system with an extremely low pressure loss.
Odours can also be treated by the O.N. 100.
The vapour from a specially blended neutralising agent, ELIMINODOR®, is mixed with ambient air drawn into the O.N. 100 and ionised to a negative potential of 15,000 volts. This ionised vapour then passes along a nonconductive tube to be discharged into the centre of the duct via a venturi spigot, the metal ducting is earthed through the same high tension circuit which makes the contaminant at an opposite potential to the negatively charged ELIMINODOR® vapour. This then causes the negative and positive particles to combine, so treating the malodour by chemical reaction.
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