The Crack Shack—a modern, open-air restaurant in Encinitas, California serves top quality fried chicken for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This hip, new Southern California-based restaurant and one-of-a-kind culinary experience utilizes nothing but the best in ingredients and, of course, big commercial fans.
MacroAir’s big fans not only cool and enhance the visual experience of The Crack Shack, they help provide ventilation. Through MacroAir fans’ reverse function, the fans have the capability to help control hot indoor environments to prevent discomfort. The Crack Shack’s kitchen is a perfect example of where a great deal of smoke and heat is generated by the stoves and ovens. If the Crack Shack’s kitchen isn’t ventilated properly, it quickly creates a very uncomfortable environment and poor experience, for both employees and customers.
“The feature I like the most is the reverse functionality. When running in reverse, the fan actually pulls air up and away and helps ventilate the room.” – Abraham Jimenez, General Manager, The Crack Shack
MacroAir fans provide evenly balanced airflow which allows fresh air to reach the entire restaurant, and the contaminates that were previously trapped in the restaurant to be circulated out of the doors and openings in the ceiling. Fresh air dilutes the concentrated contaminates, eliminating airborne health hazards and odors.
From the food preparation space to the main seating area, the airflow created by the fans creates a more comfortable environment, which helps the employees and customers enjoy the Crack Shack’s unique restaurant experience.
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