Whether you’re a university or elementary school, use air curtains when the doors are open to:
Keep flying insects out – chemical-free
Protect the comfort of students, staff, and visitors
Keep out cigarette smoke, vehicle emissions, and other pollutants
Conserve energy and save money
Where Schools Use Air Curtains:
Main Entrance: You can use bothambient and heated air curtains main entrances, along with or instead of a vestibule. This protects common areas and hallways from outside temperatures and traffic fumes as students, parents, and staff come and go.
Service Door: Facilities Managers use air curtains over man and loading dock doors, thus protecting back hallways from outside temperatures, secondhand smoke, truck exhaust, and flying insects.
Kitchen Delivery Doors: For chemical-free insect control, health departments recommend an EPH Listed NSF 37 Certified Berner Air Curtain. Therefore, this installation helps to maintain a healthier kitchen environment.
Interior Entrance Doors:Keep smells inside the cafeteria with an Architectural or Commercial Low Profile Air Curtain, for example.
Walk-In Cooler:Maintain cooler temperatures when the door is open and thus, save energy through decreased compressor run times. Plus, lower the threat and associated costs of food spoilage.
Outside Seating Doors:Maintain the comfort of those on the inside as people go outside by keeping flying insects out and conditioned air in.