Airepure’s Kaire® Unit is a multi-staged, combination filtration system. The Kaire® Unit is designed and tailored to control kitchen exhaust emissions of all types of cooking applications except for solid fuel exhaust. Kaire® Unit is designed to operate at 1.8m/s to deliver a minimum 0.3 micron (most penetrating particle size) particulate removal efficiency of 95% (EN1822.5:2009) with an energy effective pressure drop.
This system incorporates four stages of kitchen air filtration to control medium to heavy smoke, grease and cooking odours.
The first three stages utilise industry standard mechanical filters to deliver particulate filtration with increasing efficiency at a minimal cost and the fourth stage uses activated carbon media to remove the odours. The standard stages consist of:
Stage 1 – Pre filtration stage: Airepure G4 Pure-V 50mm deep pleated panel filter with a hot melt seal into an aluminium outer frame which creates self-supporting rigid v-form pleats with no wire/mesh and no contaminant bypass.
Stage 2 – Intermediate filtration stage: Airepure F7 AirePak 380mm deep 8 pocket bags that are sonically sealed, moisture resistant and constructed with spun glass instead of synthetic media to improve performance and structural integrity against the rigours of kitchen exhaust.
Stage 3 – Final filtration stage: Airepure H11 AireFlow-V 300mm deep mini-pleat filter that is 95% efficient at 0.3 micron as per EN1822.5:2009 standards. The AireFlow-V consists of moisture resistant micro glass fibre media in multiple mini-pleat V-banks. The mini pleat banks are bonded with an EVA hot melt adhesive to ABS plastic casing with a polyurethane sealant.
Stage 4 – Odour control stage: Airepure PM18 450mm deep carbon modules filled with Purafil Purakol Media. There is a minimum of 31.7kg / 610mm x 610mm filter of activated carbon media providing an initial contact efficiency of 99.7% at 1.8m/s.
This system incorporates stages 1, 3 and 4 from above, the intermediate filtration stage is removed to save on capital cost and energy costs from the intermediate stage pressure drop.
One piece factory construction utilising 2mm powder coated galvanised steel ensures the structural integrity of the unit and allows easy and simple installation.
Quality Airepure filters ensure reliability, high performance and low operating costs.
The replacement cycle ratio of the filters for Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4 is usually 4:3:2:1 with Stage 4 generally lasting for 1 year; however the ratio and frequency of filter replacements is highly dependent on the cooking load.
The use of a load reducing mechanism at the hood, such as a high efficiency hood filter (Captrate® Solo) is highly recommended and can significantly reduce maintenance costs on the Kaire® Unit.
The information provided is accurate at the time of website upload to the best of Airepure Australia’ knowledge, however, it should not be relied upon. Circumstances differ with every installation and location therefore suitability of all Airepure products should be confirmed with a qualified Airepure Technical Representative. ©Airepure Australia 2016