The ecoAzur® technology integrated by GINOX allows hoods to contribute to significant energy savings
driverGINOX offers its customers an ideal user experience, tailor-made and high quality catering solutions. Our ventilation hoods are distinguished by their filtration efficiency, durability and sleek design. The Swiss Made engineering of GINOX ventilation hoods is the result of continuous research and development for 50 years. The R&D department is attentive to users and integrates the latest technological innovations in the field of filtration, cleaning, connectivity, flow regulation and energy saving.
GINOX equips your kitchens with the state-of-the-art ecoAzur® technology of optical detection of cooking activity, at the forefront of its industry, allowing you to generate substantial energy savings. Thanks to sophisticated algorithms, ecoAzur® increases the performance of your kitchen ventilation system with modulating flaps that allow you to independently adjust the extraction rate of several hoods linked to the same extractor. A Cloud platform allows you to remotely monitor the status and performance of your installation. Plan for the future and make sure you reach your return on investment goals. You can also compare your restaurants with each other and discover the recipe for your best performing sites!
Ready-to-use solution for any kitchen and ventilation system
Can also be integrated into existing hoods (retrofit).
Modulating shutters installed without the need to weld or clean existing ducts.
Fits hoods of all sizes, styles and technologies.
Compatibility with all makes of frequency inverters.
Optimized energy savings
Up to 70% energy saving.
The only product on the market that can continuously modulate flow rates between 0% and 100%.
Probe always active, immediate reactivity.
Unsurpassed robustness and performance
Water and grease resistant.
Hygienic and safe design.
Continuous automatic calibration.
Simple and intuitive operation for the cook.
Ginox service over the lifetime of your installation
Energy consumption study.
Design and interface with ventilation engineers.
Installation and commissioning.