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05/11/2015

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Alisea Fire aims to prevent and eliminate the risk of fire and systems malfunctioning due to the presence of greasy, charred or viscous deposits in the extractor hoods or intake ducts for unburnt fumes used in canteen, hotel, restaurant and community kitchens.

The consequences of poor maintenance of extractor systems for unburnt fumes remarkably increase the risk of fire, causing malfunctioning and determining a problematic state of hygiene. The diagrams show the real effects of the work carried out by Alisea’s technical staff and make it easier to understand the optimal results that could be obtained than too many words by our professionalism.




1 - Extractor fan

The sediments found on the internal surfaces of the entrance to the extractor, due to their high calorie lipid components, facilitate the combustion process, causing a high risk of fire in the apparatus.


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2 - Intake ducts

Intake ducts and sensitive joints are the most problematic parts in the removal of lipid deposits. Video inspection makes it possible to evaluate where to intervene and which technique to use to do this in the best possible manner, even in the most critical points.


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3 - Extractor unit

The fans and the extractor motor require periodic maintenance and precise cleaning as greasy deposits impair their proper functioning.


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