Here at Chapman Ventilation we love to work with new technology, especially when it is game changing for our industry.
We have been working with the the Swedish cleantech company Enjay, and installing their new product into Burger King sites.
The new technology recovers the energy in kitchen fumes during cooking and uses it to heat the rest of the building, therefore, reducing heating bills by up to 90%.
Nils Lekeberg, founder of Enjay, said: “Exhaust air from restaurant kitchens has previously been considered waste, but our technology turns that waste into new energy for heating the same building that the kitchen is in. The UK hospitality industry is some of the world’s finest, and we couldn’t be happier to enter the country at such a crucial time,” he continued. “We see dramatic cost savings with every Enjay unit installed, and we’re excited to be able to offer the hospitality industry some relief at a time when it’s needed the most.”
Nigel Atkinson, who is part of the senior management team at Chapman Ventilation involved in installing Enjay systems at Burger King UK sites, said: “We are always looking for new ways to provide more innovative and efficient products to the restaurants we work with. While the UK is currently experiencing an energy crisis affecting restaurants up and down the country, it is paramount that we do whatever we can to optimise energy in every possible way.”