Copyright © 2019 Imperial Machine Company Limited
Website by Edge of the Web - Web Design UK
When installing a kitchen ventilation solution there are many hazards that need designing around, such as fire risk, dangerous fumes and odour nuisance.
It makes sense to choose a specialist who has the experience to make your life easier.
For anything from a dishwasher canopy to a multi million pound ventilation contract . . .
Fort Blockhouse - Portsmouth: Fort Blockhouse in Portsmouth is one of the oldest fortified positions in the UK that is still in active military service. The main kitchen is ventilated using a Heydal ventilated ceiling system that provides a clean line of sight across the kitchen, rather than utilising conventional extract canopies.Download Case Study
The National College for School Leadership was created to develop world-class school leaders. A rectangular canopy would be unsightly in this location so Britannia designed a canopy that incorporates a curved front valance to match the radius of the servery counter.Download Case Study
HM Prison Parkhurst on the Isle of Wight was originally built as a military hospital back in 1805. Now used as a prison, a Silverline ventilated ceiling system installed to provide robust ventilation from a single unit which incorporates supply air and integral lighting.Download Case Study
Pizza Express has opened a restaurant adjacent to the new Lowry gallery in Salford, which incorporates a centralised cooking operation which forms the focal point of the restaurant. Ventilation is provided by an extract canopy which has a four metre diameter valance surround, manufactured from satin polished stainless steel.Download Case Study
Wadham College in Oxford had a stone vaulted ceiling of architectural merit and English Heritage would not allow new structural fixings to be used to support the large island canopy. To avoid this problem Britannia designed an integral stainless steel structural support framework, with vertical legs which run down the service distribution unit.Download Case Study