demand ventilation

Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation System Featuring ECOAZUR

Offers significant energy savings while improving kitchen comfort!

Intellinox HoodDemand Ventilation toolsDemand ventilation is quickly becoming a popular term with universities, hospitals, prisons, restaurants, building owners, and engineers due to spiraling energy costs and the need to protect the environment.

Demand ventilation is the process of controlling ventilation based on the demands of the indoor environment. In commercial kitchen applications, demand ventilation systems automatically control fan speed of exhaust fans and makeup air units, based on the heat and smoke load in the kitchen hoods at any given time. This means the exhaust and makeup air fan speeds are decreased when little or no cooking is occurring, resulting in up to 80% in energy savings! Click here to learn more about ECOAZUR.

Air Solutions & Balancing is proud to be the exclusive factory distributor of ECOAZUR installations in the United States. Our team specializes in worry-free, turnkey installations in both new and existing environments. Please contact us for a free energy savings analysis on your commercial kitchen today!

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Sales Representative Opportunities

We are looking for individuals nationwide to be Sales Representatives of our Intellinox Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation (DCKV) products!  Contact us to learn more!

Benefits include:

  • Fully automated fan start/stop and operation
  • Customization to fit any kitchen hood configuration
  • Integration with any building automation system
  • Improvement in kitchen comfort
  • Lower energy costs.
  • Increased life of ventilation system
  • Improved fire safety
  • LEED Credit Eligible

How does the ecoAZUR system work?

The controls sense heat and smoke and automatically reduce speeds of kitchen exhaust and make-up air unit fans during idle, non-cooking periods. This reduces fan energy, a well as energy use associated with supplying tempered or conditioned make up air. A properly implemented demand ventilation control system essentially minimizes the energy burden while maximizing the ability of the hood to capture and contain cooking effluent.