Commercial kitchen ventilation has been at the core of Moduflow’ s system design for over 35 years.
Our extensive experience in designing, building and installing our bespoke kitchen ventilation systems qualifies Moduflow as an expert in the field of commercial kitchen extraction.
Moduflow can tailor their solution from a minor refurbishment, to an extensive remodelling or new build application.
All Moduflow commercial kitchen ventilation and Extraction systems are designed to meet the individuals’ requirements as well as ensuring these bespoke system designs adhere to DW144 and DW172 specifications.
With the added benefit of Moduflow’ s in house fan manufacturing, has enabled the business to develop a core range of Fans that provide excellent air movement, as well as cope extremely well with constant hot gases found in general commercial kitchen environments. These styles of fan would include the SILC and MODC centrifugal, backward curve fan ranges.
All Moduflow commercial kitchen extract or exhaust fans are manufactured in Galvanised Mild Steel, giving excellent chemical and weather protection, with all other major components being manufactured in equally high-quality materials, which allows Moduflow to offer a 24-month warranty on all its manufactured fan range.
These high-quality components and the design of the fans enables the Moduflow product to cope with the rigors of the high air temperatures found in the commercial kitchen environment. Some of these temperatures can be in excess of 100°C as well as being contaminated with grease and food residue.
With the fans being in constant use in a commercial kitchen, the direct drive motor of the centrifugal fan being out of the high temperature air stream means greater protection to the main motor bearings, this intern extends the working life of the fan motor.
With both the SILC series (3phase & 1 phase) and the MOD-C (3 phase & 1 phase) having their motors located out of the air stream allows the fans to operate moving contaminated air from the working kitchen at temperatures in excess of 100°C.