November 12, 2013
Air Curtains: An Overview
Air curtains create a barrier to help regulate temperatures and repel pests. Here is an overview of this foodservice equipment segment.
How to Know When to Replace an Air Curtain
Depending on the unit and usage, air curtains can last anywhere from two to 30 years. But here are three signs that an air curtain may have reached the end of its service life.
Air Curtain Applications
Although air curtains can serve multiple functions, specific features and installation options can make certain units more effective for particular applications. Here is a closer look at the way foodservice operators use air curtains.
Nobody wants to work the window!
Stop fumes, cold air, and insects with Berner’s Drive-Thru Air Curtain, designed specifically for installation and use in Quick Serve Restaurants. Compact, effective, and good-looking, Berner’s Drive-Thru model decreases employee turnover and saves energy.
Maintaining an Air Curtain
Like all equipment, air curtains need to be regularly cleaned and maintained to operate properly. Here are a five maintenance tips to help extend the service life of an air curtain.
Spec Check: Air Curtains
When specifying an air curtain, it’s important to look at the main goal and where the unit will be used. Here are five factors operators and their supply chain partners should consider when specifying an air curtain.
Energy Efficiency and Air Curtains
Because air curtains can help maintain heated or conditioned air temperatures, these units offer operational savings and a quick ROI.