How to Succeed

Over 20 years of experience has allowed us to map the most common mistakes made during design and installation of ozone systems. Consequently, we have compiled 20 key points that we believe should be taken into account in order to succeed with your ozone installation. The precondition for a successful and efficient air treatment is that the entire kitchen exhaust air treatment chain is too adapted to the local conditions.


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Read more in our brochure The Right Product for the Right Application for more information on high-performance ozone generators (ICT) and air-fed air-cooled ozone generators (FTX)

20 critical questions to be asked

1 Purpose of the Treatment Fat reduction and fire safety, energy recycling or odor reduction?
2 Type of Cooking What is the fat load in the exhaust air? What are the fat and cooking odor sources?
3 Air Flow What kind offlow needs to be treated? High or low?
4 Number of Hoods/Kitchens Do you need to treat several hood/kitchen exhaust? Multiple injection points?
5 Exhaust Air Where is it discharged? On the roof, from the facade or into a courtyard/pedestrian street?
6 Ducts What is the length and dimensions of the duct? Is the optimal reaction distance reached?
7 Cleaning Capacity Is it the right amount of ozone for the flow and type of cooking?
8 Ventilation Balance Is the ozone system allowed to affect the balance in the building’s ventilation system?
9 Energy Recycling Should heat be recycled? What type of heat exchanger is used?
10 Injection Point Where is the injection point? Is the most flammable part of the duct treated?
11 SFP value Does the intended ozone system affect the SFP value?
12 Filter Is an additional filter required?
13 References How does the product work in similar installations?
14 Choice of Material What material is used in the generator? Stainless steel or ozone resistant stainless steel?
15 Product Specification Is the product approved according to BVD3 ”Building Material Assessment”? Does the product have a calibration certificate?
16 Operating Cost What is the actual operating cost?
17 Maintenance What type of maintenance is required? How often? What are the costs?
18 Noise Level How much noise is generated from the generator?
19 Experience What experience does the supplier possess? What do other customers think of them?
Last but not least…
20 Do you have ”The Right Product for the Right Application”?