UTILITY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
Multiple utility drops every 12 to 24 inches and gas quick disconnects make it easy to change or move equipment, expand operations, or even relocate to a new facility.
Both pre-engineered and custom-designed units are available and quite affordable-costing the same or less than custom built utility walls. Adding a little more capacity than current needs require positions any food service business for future expansion and growth.
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- Passive enclosure located in cooking battery island or attached to ventilation system above and behind cooking line.
- Pre-engineered, customized unit-based on current and projected kitchen appliances and hood length-that includes the following components:
> Supply riser – utility main supply connections are house
> Plumbing chase – individual water, gas and steam distribution lines
> Electrical chase – wiring and electrical housing
> Pedestal – provides room for rough-in services
- Provides centralized, rather than individual and independent, utility connections
- New or upgrading food service facilities.
- Modular design
- Enclosed piping, wiring and insulated steam pipes
- Ground fault protection
- Gas/fire fuel shut-offs
- Point-of-use or panelboard electrical systems
- Steam purging
- Magnetic motor controls
- Emergency shut down devices for gas and electric
- Gas drops every 12-inches
- Water drops every 24-inches
- Island, wall, counter and overhead models
*Listed features offered by some, but not necessarily all vendors.
- Allows rapid change and expansion without expensive remodeling
- Easily relocate one unit or whole system
- Makes sanitation and maintenance easier
- Connects gas, water, steam, electricity and air in single unit
- Same or lower first cost than conventional installations