Eliminate smoke and odors caused by kitchen emissions with Smog-Hog PSG air cleaning systems. Smog-Hog, a well-known name in the commercial kitchen exhaust and air cleaning industry, uses electrostatic precipitator (ESP) technology to remove grease and odors from cooking processes for cleaner air. So, there is no need for costly filter replacements—just routine service cleanings are required.
Smog-Hog kitchen emission control systems are customized, and can be installed within an existing structure as well as specified with new construction. Additionally, Smog-Hog can be programmed into a building maintenance system to operate and self clean as required by business operations.
SmogHog® Brings Mechanical Engineers, Food Service Consultants, and Others a Seminar Dedicated to Designing Kitchen Emission Systems
- Review Title 24 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York updated COOK STOVE rules, emission control device requirements established by NYC DEP
- Designing for proper access to the building space, plumbing, and electrical requirements
- Fire protection requirements and design
- NYC service requirements for air cleaners plus regulations for service techs and service companies
The Seminar instructors include Joel Berkowitz, partner/vice president of New York City-based Fireproofing, Rich Hayes, Kvent partner with 35 years of experience in kitchen ventilation design and installation and Mike Smith, with 30 years of experience in kitchen ventilation design with SmogHog share their expertise and provide specific information related to Kitchen Emission Systems.
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