28 December 2018
Twintech Electrical have a serious knack for making things work. When one visits a restaurant or cafe, one can quickly be taken aback by the location's stunning and well-laid out common dining area. Also the intricately designed lighting fixtures and wall art, however, unbeknown to the everyday consumer is a cafe's kitchen layout. In this example with Six Feet Under, we look at the technical aspects of the cafe's kitchen - especially, parts of the kitchen that relate to airflow, mechanical servicing, and overall ergonomics.
Six Feet Under in Newstead is built into one of Newstead's famous Woolstores. Six Feet Under is open 7 days per week and caters to the discerning coffee connoisseur. So, it is vital that all equipment and devices are running optimally, at all times. Twintech Electrical assisted the cafe with installing and servicing its range hoods, as well as exhausts with ductwork running through the roof. The purpose of this work is to help circulate the air flow and to keep the kitchen balanced and pressurised without affecting dining areas. Fans used within the cafe are known as variable speed drive fans (VSD) to help regulate pressure and temperatures. UV light machines were also installed to help zap fat and oil particles, and in an attempt to prevent fat build-up in vents and piping.
Twintech Electrical are specialists in cafe kitchen equipment repairs, installs and servicing. If your have a business that needs an electrician you can trust, look no further than the team from Twintech Electrical. Call them today on 1300 650 727 or set aside some time to visit their office Unit 11/254 S Pine Rd, Enoggera QLD 4051.