Halton has the solution for your Ghost Kitchen ventilation system.
Halton provides the solution for Ghost Kitchens that will meet all your ventilation needs.
Halton’s Adaptive Hood System addresses the key concerns and challenges for Ghost Kitchen ventilation while addressing energy efficiency, environmental factors, and fire safety.
From the design concept, Halton is prepared to meet with your design team, contractors and tenants to review the system and its capabilities.
Typical challenges for Ghost Kitchen Ventilation Systems
Ghost kitchens are unique in that the kitchen ventilation system is often utilized not only for kitchen exhaust but for a significant portion of HVAC comfort as well. The absence of dining rooms complicates the situation by requiring all the replacement air be concentrated into each small kitchen space. Therefore, the HVAC system must not only mitigate the internal loads, but all of the outdoor air loads as well. Finally, with the density of kitchens in one location, the volume of smoke and odors generated and discharged from a Ghost Kitchen may necessitate the use of a filtration system and odor abatement technology where it is critical to mitigating this effluent.
Why Choose Halton?
Halton’s Adaptive Hood System addresses the key concerns for Ghost Kitchen ventilation while addressing energy efficiency, environmental factors, and fire safety.
To meet the demand of the rapidly growing prepared food delivery market, Ghost Kitchens also known as Virtual Kitchens are being created. These kitchens are characterized by the availability of multiple cooking spaces without customer seating. The sole purpose of Ghost Kitchens are to improve the efficiency of the cooking and delivery process of remotely ordered prepared foods. Having a system capable of being adjusted remotely or updated for new appliances and/or tenants without wholesale changes to the property infrastructure is paramount.
Halton has the solution to the challenges associated with Ghost Kitchen Ventilation.
Maximizing infrastructure flexibility
Repurposing of existing facilities such as malls
Availability of space for the widest number of kitchens
Providing a comfortable environment while minimizing energy use
Isolating menus by ethnicity or religion preparation requirement (Halal, Kosher)
Enabling independent operation of each kitchen space even when tied to a common duct and fan
Minimizing duct runs and exhaust systems