- Variable refrigerant flow HVAC systems
- Commercial and industrial kitchen exhaust hoods
- Fabric Duct
- Make-up air
- Rooftop package units (RTUs)
- Building and specialty ventilation
- Split systems
- Ductless mini splits
Kitchen Exhaust Hood
Any commercial kitchen operator or restaurateur knows that if the correct kitchen exhaust fan is not in place a grease fire can wipe out the entire area. Even with a sprinkler system thousands of dollars in damage can happen in an instant. While insurance may replace the area that has been damaged, what happens to all the sales that were missed because of downtime?
Kitchen exhaust fans have kept up with advancing technology. Wall hoods are now available where the kitchen owner can purchase a single exhaust only canopy or go all out with a wall style compensated exhaust canopy with external front or rear supply plenum .
For all those salad bars and steam tables there are now a host of different Island Hood choices. There is a simple island style exhaust canopy, an internally compensated exhaust canopy or a single island compensated exhaust canopy with perforated face – and everything in between. Plus there are low wall hoods as well as specialty hoods.
One thing that a buyer wants to be sure of is that the company manufacturing the hood can also provide pre-piped fire suppression systems that can be completely integrated for safer operation against grease and other types of food preparation fire hazards. It gives everyone greater peace of mind knowing that the new kitchen exhaust fan works hand in hand with other products that have great features and benefits.
Fabric duct products are used to distribute and disperse air in both open and finished ceiling architecture.
Different than conventional metal ductwork, fabric duct products are engineered and manufactured for each project. Designs can be simple, straight systems or very intricate layouts which incorporate fittings such as radius elbows, Ts, and transitions. Sections are zippered together to form extended lengths with diameters from 8 – 80 inches (203mm – 1,524mm). Whether industrial, retail, education, commercial, government, warehousing, laboratory, food processing, temporary or permanent, fabric duct offers a proven choice.
There are five key elements to consider when configuring a fabric duct system.
- Shape/Suspension/Fabric Retention
- Layout Fittings
- Air Dispersion
To ensure proper system design for your fabric duct system, Inside Sales and Engineering staff are available for assistance.
Several installation videos are now available in our video library. Find out how easy it is to install a fabric duct system, and save time and money compared to installing metal ductwork!
Quality Air Mechanical offers make-up air units for commercial, industrial and kitchen applications. Heating options include direct fired gas, indirect fired gas, steam, hot water and electric resistance. Available cooling options are evaporative cooling, direct expansion coils and chilled water coils.
Rooftop units and systems are unitary systems manufactured in various configurations providing single or multi-zone heating, cooling, and ventilation.
All of our commercial rooftop units and systems are designed to address today’s comfort demands, superior indoor air quality, straightforward installation and minimized energy consumption. Dedicated digital controls enable the use of building management systems to allow for efficient operation and system monitoring to ensure performance to design.
Building and Specialty Ventilation
Roof Mounted Fans and Gravity Ventilators
- Inline, Ceiling and Sidewall Fans
- Utility, Centrifugal and Radial Blowers
- Kitchen Ventilation Systems
- Dampers, Duct Heaters and Louvers
- Energy Recovery, Make-Up Air, Air Handlers, Fan Coilers, Coils
- Fume Exhaust and Vektor Laboratory Exhaust System