Britannia Kitchen Ventilation has announced the relaunch of its Refresh Ultima recirculation range.
The company said it has “extensively re-engineered” the product to incorporate new technology, creating a system that works using multiple stages of highly efficient particulate and odour filtration.
Britannia claims Refresh is the only recirculating unit to have been installed at more than 70 sites throughout the UK and is ideal for providing commercial kitchen ventilation solutions where ductwork routes to atmosphere are restricted.
Typical applications include sports stadia, airports and railway concourses, existing installations where additional capacity is required and listed buildings where planning restrictions preclude the use of traditional ducted systems.
Jim Dixon, production manager at Britannia, said: “We always aim to stay at the forefront of innovation in kitchen ventilation and this range of products demonstrates our commitment to investing in the development of new ideas.
“The relaunch of Refresh is a timely event considering that we reach our twentieth anniversary next year. It clearly shows that we are still leading the way.”
Steve Cheese UK sales manager at Britannia, added: “We work hard to foster a creative atmosphere to generate new concepts at all levels. It is extremely pleasing for me to see many of these concepts reaching the production stage and that British innovation is having a real impact, not only in the UK market place, but all over the world.”