Animation - The Art of Layout and Storyboarding by Mark Byrne

By Mark Byrne

Animation - The artwork of format and Storyboarding

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Refrigeration units should also not be positioned in direct sunlight. 1. Good airflow to the refrigeration compressors is also essential. 2. Allow adequate space above, behind and to the sides of the appliance to ensure free air circulation. Typically, a minimum of 50 mm to the sides and 200 mm to the top and back is recommended; however this should always be checked with the appliance manufacturer at the planning stage. It is also important not to position refrigeration appliances where they will become covered with any material that will prevent air flowing around the cabinet sides.

Typically these will include: Section summary — purchase price ● — installation costs — operating costs, including energy, water, chemicals, labour etc. — servicing and repair costs — disposal costs, less any resale or scrap value. Consider current and future capacity requirements when sizing appliances, to ensure they are correctly sized. ● Make sure the designer is aware of the kitchen’s energy saving strategy. ● Ensure sufficient quantities of correctly-sized utensils are available in the kitchen, and that kitchen operators are trained to use them.

Often, operators will leave infrared heating turned on unnecessarily in order to indicate to potential customers that the kitchen service is still open; consider installing alternative florescent lighting for this purpose since fluorescent lighting uses far less energy than infrared heating systems. 4 Kitchen heating controls Many commercial kitchens have a heating system that is fed from the building’s main heating system. The main heating system may form part of the building’s building management system (BMS) or energy management system (EMS).

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