Featured Project San Ma Restaurant
The job consisted of
1- Stainless Steel Kitchen Exhaust Hood (3500 x 1100 x 750 h)
1- Kitchen Exhaust Dishwasher Hood (1000 x 1000 x 750 h)
2- Kitchen exhaust fans
1- RY5000 Electrostatic air cleaner from Air & Odour Solutions Australia
1- RY2500 Electrostatic air cleaner from Air & Odour Solutions Australia
The mechanical ventilation system has been designed and and will be installed accordance to the Australia system AS 1668 parts 1 & 2 complies with J5 of the BCA standards
The project also consisted of toilet exhaust system and make up air system and a air-conditioning system.
At the first stage of the project JC Ventilation was responsible for the design of the mechanical services of the project and later were required for installation of the project.
At the commencement of the project involved the installation of the stainless steel kitchen exhaust hood (3500 x 1100 x 750 h) and make up air was implemented in the face of the hood and dishwasher exhaust hood (1000 x 1000 x 750 h) was also installed in the kitchen area on the ground level of the restaurant. The restaurant consisted of two levels and the mechanical services was designed and installed on the second level. This also meant 2 electrostatic air cleaners were also used to implement clean exhaust air and another reason the restaurant was using charcoal cooking application and also a major factor the roof level was at low level.A Temperzone unit 44.5 kw air-conditioning unit was used to control the dining area.
The end result was the client was very happy and satisfied with the project.
Featured Project Fogo Brazilia Central Park
RB 11 Lower Ground, The dining district Central park Sydney 2000
Fogo Brazilia has opened up a new restaurant in Central Park. Fogo Brazilia is a Brazilian twist on what you love to eat.
The project consisted of
– JC Ventilation mechanical design drawings and consultation of both the air conditioning system and mechanical ventilation system
– Temperzone unit MD420 to supply and install one air conditioning system and connect into the building chilled water system.
– Supply and install 1 make up air system consisting of all ducting to run from the front of the shop into a filter box and 1 make up air fan connecting to the hood system.
– Supply and install 1 stainless stell kitchen exhaust hood (5500 x 1300 x 900) which will be made in two hoods and stainless steel grease filters to be supplied.
– Kitchen exhaust ducting and kitchen exhaust fan to be supplied and installed and as well as access panels and dampers.
The first stage of the project began by a mechanical drawing which had to be submitted implemented in the design was a mechanical ventilation system, chilled water air conditioning system and make up air system.
At JC Ventilation the mechanical engineers implemented a chilled water system for the air conditioning system. Water chillers are used in a variety of air conditioning process cooling applications. They cool the water by pumps and pipes and the water passes through the coil tubes of coil to cool air in a air conditioning system. Water cooled chillers are more energy efficient that’s why this system was chosen by JC Ventilation. And the air conditioning system included 4 0ff 400 diameter jet diffuser were installed at the face of the bulkhead and at the opposite side of the restaurant 2 linear diffuser (1200 x 150) were installed at the face of the bulkhead.
The mechanical ventilation included make up being drawn out the face of the kitchen exhaust hood. Spigot connection was installed at the top of kitchen exhaust hood for make up air flexible connection. And also a plenum kitchen exhaust ducting was installed at the top of the kitchen exhaust hood so that the exhausted air can be evenly distributed across the kitchen exhaust hood. Volume control dampers were installed as well as access panels implemented into the kitchen exhaust system. In the ventilation design included 1 kitchen exhaust fan which was a backward curve centrifugal type and then the kitchen exhaust ducting connected into the main system.
The difficult part of this project was the heights associated when the tradesmen for JC Ventilation had to install the mechanical services they had to work off scaffolds and scissor lifts but overall it was a well implemented mechanical design project which made the project more easier to complete and more successful.
Featured Project Swaab Attorney
Level 1, 20 Hunter Street Sydney NSW 2000
Swaab attorney is a law firm located in the heart of the sydney’s CBD. A major office refurbishment was required. JC Ventilation was needed to complete the commercial air conditioning part of the project but once finished client was very pleased with the outcome of the project.
This project consisted to allow the disconnection and make safe all mechanical services and supply registers in the ceiling space and the suspended ceiling grid. Also allow to undertake modifications to the existing mechanical services to suit the new layout and all detailed on the mechanical services documentation and allow to adjust and relocate the existing sensors and controls as required as documentated and supply 2 new water cooled units to the existing condensers or water reticulation pipework. Also the project adjusting the VAV unit ductwork and register to suit the new layout and detailed to the lift to lobby and tenancy A and supply and install new ductwork and registers to entertainment area and boardroom and kitchen and dining areas.
Featured Project Kuroneko Ramen
Shop 4/ 720 Old Princess Highway Sutherland NSW 2232
The first stage of the project which include design of the mechanical ventilation system and development application approval by the local council which is Sutherland Shire Council. For this project implemented on the mechanical ventilation drawing council has stated to use odour control equipment to reduce smoke and odour control. Bad discharges and odours from the cooking processes may impact upon nearby development if mechanical exhaust system isn’t designed or maintained properly. The system must be deigned to Australian standards in accordance with Australian standards AS 1668 Parts 1 & 2. What had to been implemented was electrostatic air cleaner to clean the exhaust air and a odour control system to reduce the smell from the kitchens cooking emissions.
The first stage of installation included the installation of 2 stainless steel kitchen exhaust hoods ( 2400 x 1100 x 750 ) had to be dyna bolted to the back wall and structurally hung from the structural beams above. And also on top of the kitchen exhaust hood a plenum ducting was installed to spread the air evenly across both sides of the kitchen exhaust hood. One problem JC Ventilation had to overcome was the ceiling space it was very tight for space but in the end it work out well because the original mechanical ventilation drawing was very accurate. Once the duct was installed then next to be installed was the RY5000 electrostatic air cleaner from AOS (Air & Odour Solutions) and then the 3 phase kitchen exhaust fan and the final part of the job required was the kitchen exhaust ducting connection to be made into the existing system.