Trion Air Boss KES Exhaust Scrubber

Air Purification System

Kitchen Exhaust contains grease, smoke and odors which can be filtered properly to help meet EPA, state and local air quality standards. With the Trion® KES system, you'll be on good terms with both city inspectors and your commerical and residential neighbors. The KES is a multi-stage, self-contained filtration unit that ensures maximum effectiveness through the use of an Electrostatic Precipitator, a 95% DOP Media Filter, and Carbon Modules for odor control.

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Trion Air Boss KES Features

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  • High-Efficiency at Low, Constant Pressure Drop
  • Compliance with EPA, State, and Local Air Quality Laws and Regulations
  • Cleaner, Fresher Kitchen Exhaust that Fosters "Goodwill" with Commerical and Residential Neighbors along with Federal, State, and Local Government Agencies


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  • Restaurants
  • Delis
  • Hospitals
  • Schools
  • Sport & Entertainment Complexes

How It Works

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As air enters the electrostatic filter, the particles pass through a high intensity electrical field that imparts an electrical charge to the particles, which range in size from 0.01 micron to 10 microns. The charged particles pass through a series of alternately charged collector plates. Particles are repelled by plates with the same polarity and attracted to plates with opposite polarity, similiar to how a powerful magnet worksn

Operation & Design

Kitchen Scrubber chart 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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