When the door is open, cafeterias use Berner air curtains to maintain sanitary conditions as well as indoor comfort.
- Save energy
- Chemical-free insect control
- Protect indoor temperatures
- Maintain walk-in cooler temperatures
Air curtains help cafeterias meet health code when used in the back of the house. But their applications don’t stop there.
Where Cafeterias Use Air Curtains:
- Kitchen Delivery Doors: Health departments recommend the chemical-free insect control provided by an EPH Listed per NSF 37 Certified Berner Air Curtain to maintain a healthier kitchen environment.
- Walk-in Coolers: Maintain refrigeration temperatures when the door is open and thus, save energy through decreased compressor run times, as well as diminish the threat and associated costs of food spoilage.
- Outside Seating Doors: Keep cigarette smoke and flying insects out while keeping conditioned air in, maintaining the comfort of those on the inside as people go outside.
- Exterior Entrance Doors: Maintain a comfortable, welcoming entry for guests and employees with Berner’s designer air curtains for main entrances as they wait for a table or man the registers.
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