Trion Air Boss ATS Kitchen Exhaust Scrubber

Air Purification System

The Trion® Air Boss® ATS Kitchen Exhaust Scrubber Series is ideal for the removal of grease and smoke from commercial cooking applications, as well as smoke, fumes, and oil/coolant mists from industrial processes. An optional Adsorber Module helps treat nuisance odors in the form of gaseous emissions. The modular design of the ATS Series Kitchen Exhaust Scrubber allows for multiple filtration configurations, while an automated, integral water-wash system facilitates in-place cleaning of the electrostatic precipitator (ESP) filters.

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Trion Air Boss ATS Features

Trion Air Boss ATS Features
  • UL Listed as a Kitchen Exhaust Hood and Duct Accessory
  • MEA Approved for New York City Installations
  • Solid State, Pulse Width Modulating Power Supplies
  • Extra-depth Electrostatic Collecting Cells with Spiked Ionizing Blades
  • Motorized Water Wash Manifolds with Spray Nozzles (ESP Section)
  • Integral Mounting Rails
  • Optional 2nd Stage Safety Filters (Electrostatic Precipitator or Bags) and 3rd Stage Odor Control (Activated Carbon or Potassium Permanganate)
  • Optional UL 762, Grease-Rated Fan Package
  • Optional Ansul® Fire Suppression Components to meet NFPA 96 Requirements


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  • Green Emission Solution to Grease Exhaust
  • UL Listing: Covers Indoor and Outdoors Installations; Allows for Discharge at Street Level and Into Public Spaces Outdoors
  • Electrostatic Precipitator: Low, Constant Pressure Drop; Permanent, Cleanable Filters; Up to 95% DOP Collection Efficiency at 0.3 Microns
  • Spiked Ionizers: Eliminates Ionizing Wire Replacement; Reduces Maintenance and Replacement Cost
  • Self-Glazing, Ceramic Insulators: Out of Airstream; Impervious to Liquids; Provide Operational Longevity and Power Supply Life; Easy to Clean
  • Hinged Side Access: Removable Doors Facilitates Filter Access

Durable, Compact

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When you invest in a Trion ATS, you want it not only to fit your unique needs, but your individual space as well. And you want it to last. Trion ATS housings are constructed using 16-gauge zinc-coated steel. Then all welds and the finished area of welds are treated with a corrosion- and rust-inhibiting coating to assure long life. Cabinet finish is completed with a durable industrialgrade semi-gloss baked-on enamel no less than 3 mil thick. All doors are gasketed to prevent air and water leakage. Finally, the housing is furnished completely assembled for easy shipment and installation

Operation & Design

During operation, the contaminated air to be cleaned passes across Trion’s unique spiked ionizer blades which are supported between flat grounded electrodes. Revolutionary to the industry, the blades are made of stainless steel that will not rust or break, thus eliminating costly maintenance time and replacement costs. The DC voltage supplied to the blades creates a high intensity field where the particulate matter in the air becomes electrically charged. The charged particles then pass into a collector plate section made up of a series of equally spaced parallel plates. Each alternate plate is charged with the same polarity as the particles, which repel, while the interleaving plates are grounded, which attract and collect. Periodically, depending on the type and amount, the contaminant is washed into the cabinet drain basin by an automatic activated integral washing system that is located on both the upstream and downstream sides of the ionizing-collecting cell(s). “U” shaped slide rails are positioned on the air entrance and exit sides of the module housing. These rails will hold two-inch metal mesh filter panels or a 40% open perforated plate. The selection depends on the nature of the contaminant and the other modules used in the air treatment system. A programmable logic controller (PLC) and dual voltage solid state Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) high voltage DC power supply are housed in a remote-mounted NEMA 12 enclosure. The PLC controls the system functions of wash, fire suppression, and fan on/off. A 7-day clock is standard. The PWM power supply, which energizes the ionizing-collecting cells, comes standard with LED indicator lights. Optional door-mounted meters, which aid in determining cell operating status, are also available. In applications requiring extremely high collection efficiency and low resistance to air flow, two or three electrostatic sections may be placed inline to create a double or triple pass unit.

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