Kitchen Published by Heriberto chucho, Sunday, March 19th 2017, 06:37:58 AM.
Extraction fans can spoil the look of a beautifully designed kitchen. Not only that, but some can emit nasty smells or intrusive noises, spoiling the overall atmosphere of the room, so it pays to invest in a good system.
In a 24x7 environment, kitchens in commercial establishments hardly find a rest period and therefore, demand extreme care. Try to divide the kitchen into segments (usually the layout itself act as a division, wet area, dry area, burners, chillers, etc.). It is ideal to select one area during any particular time (preferable night time, when the traffic/rush is low) to concentrate on its cleaning.
Mold can grow in the kitchen! First and foremost, all homeowners should be aware of the potential for mold. Not surprisingly, most people only consider the possibility of mold growth when they think about their bathrooms. While it is true that showers create atmospheres of humidity and dampness and are prime for mildew, kitchen plumbing is susceptible to the invasive substance, as well.
So what are the differences between an extractor fan in the kitchen or in the bathroom? Simple really, but a bathroom extractor fan must be safe for use in the bathroom environment where contact with water is unlikely, but entirely possible. Therefore for the bathroom, fans must be low power and well covered.
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