Top ventilation for top chefs

Turbo hoods

Turbo hoods are equipped with an efficient TurboSwing® grease filter. TurboSwing® is based on rotary motion and it mechanically separates fat particles – even as small as 2 μm.

TurboSwing® is very well suited for energy saving applications with heat recovery from kitchen and/or changing air flows. Filter efficiency remains very high even at low airflows.

Read more about TurboSwing® Grease Filter


  1. TurboSwing® grease filter
  2. Exhaust air connection and damper plates
  3. LED lights
  4. Supply air unit with removable front panel
  5. Supply air connection and damper unit


Every hood module is equipped with a new generation of energy efficient LED light. Energy savings compared to fluorescent lamps up to 70%. The LED lightis integrated in the hood’s ceiling and it is hygienic and longlasting, lifeteime (COB) is more than 70 000h.

The light fixture has a cable which should be connected to a junction box with a cable lock. The connection cable must be positioned in such way that it is not exosed to mechanical or thermal stress.

IP 66 integrated LED lamp
4000 K, CRI>84
incl. 2 m HF-connection cable (Halogen Free, type 3×1,5 mm²)


Supply air hood JSI-Turbo

  1. Dirty air rises due to temperature differences against the ceiling of the hood.
  2. Dirty air is exhausted immediately through the TurboSwing® units. Since TurboSwing’s® air intake is placed close to the ceiling, the warmest dirty air is always exhausted through it. Ventilation efficiency is of the highest rate because of the correct position of TurboSwing® with respect to the kitchen equipment. When the separator plate of TurboSwing® rotates, the grease and impurities are separated into the collecting vessel.
  3. Direction air prevents leakage and directs steam and impurities towards TurboSwing®.
  4. Clean air is exhausted from TurboSwing-greasefilter to ductwork.
  5. Fresh and draught-free supply air is brought into the kitchen through the supply air columns placed on the outside walls of the supply air hood. This results in very effective ventilation in the kitchen.



Separation rate of TurboSwing® – Standard VDI 2052 Blatt 1 / Part 1


TurboSwing, spigot ø315

Air flow l/sK1 (l/s)Air flow m³/hK2 (m³/h)Pressure loss
100-20060,5360-72021820-60 Pa
 Q=Kx√Pm       Pm=(Q/K)²Pa    

Pressure loss and sound data

TurboSwing 750 rpm
Sound pressure level 10 dB(A) with room suppression and rotation speed 750rpm.

TurboSwing 1100 rpm
Sound pressure level 10 dB(A) with room suppression and rotation speed 1100rpm.

Sound power level, Lw
Sound power level Lw in each octave band is computed by adding the corresponding factor, Kok to the sound power level LpA: Lw=LpA + Kok.


Adjustment and measurement




Supply air unitø160ø200ø250
Width mm200500500
Height mm500290500
Air flow40-70 l/s60-90 l/s100-150 l/s
K1 (m³/h)77,096,0192
K2 (l/s)21,426,753,3
 Q=Kx√Pm       Pm=(Q/K)²Pa    

The canopies are supplied with suitable air flow rates for a pressure level of 25-35 Pa.


Pressure loss, sound data and throw length/supply air unit

Spigot ø250mm, 100-150 l/s. Hoods height 540 mm. Measurement after 90° curve.



Spigot ø200, 60-90 l/s. Hoods height 330 mm. Measurement after 90° curve.


Spigot ø160 mm, 40-70 l/s. Hoods height 540 mm. Measurement after 90° curve.




The sound power level (Lw) in each octave band is computed by adding the corresponding factor Kok to the sound pressure level (LpA),  Lw= LpA+Kok


Sound attenuation (dB), damper open.

Hoods heightSpigot125 Hz250 Hz500 Hz1000 Hz2000 Hz4000 Hz
330 mmø200171010111824
540 mmø1602485121724
540 mmø2501697111623

Supply air blow alignment

Jeven supply air columns deliver a controlled and flexible distribution of the supply air. It is possible to wash the supply air columns in a dishwasher and the inside of the supply air chambers is easy to clean. These columns allow an individual adjustment of air patterns and air flows, which means a better indoor climate for the kitchen staff.

Horizontal alignment of the supply air

The supply air blow direction can be aligned left or right by moving the air control plates inside the supply air units. The air control plates are marked in red in the pictures.

Vertical alignment of the supply air

The supply air blow direction can be aligned up or down by turning the horizontal air control plates inside the supply air units. The air control plates are marked in red in the pictures.

Air blow directions alignment nearby supply air column
Supply air blowing direction can be aligned by turning the rotatable blowing nozzles at the bottom of the supply air column. The rotatable nozzles are marked in red in the pictures.

Adjustment and measurement



Product info

  • UV-Turbo and Turbo Hoods

    Operating, maintenance and adjustment

  • Turbo Hoods

    Product Brochure


FX-SC control and monitoring unit


FX-SC is an intelligent and user-friendly control and monitoring unit for Jeven’s
Turbo and UV-Turbo hoods.

FX-SC comes pre-programmed with information about the TurboSwing grease
filters of the hoods, motor speeds, and UV light, and it sends reminders for
maintenance based on the selected maintenance interval.

FX-SC is equipped with a clear 10.1-inch touchscreen and can be connected to
building automation via BACnet IP or Modbus TCP interface. The unit also
includes a potential-free alarm relay with a normally open contact.




RELE-SC Control and monitoring unit

RELE-SC is a user-friendly control and monitoring unit designed to connect
Turbo-, UV-Turbo and UV-JPT hoods to building automation systems.

Hoods operation (on/off) is controlled via building automation. RELE-SC also
provides alarm indication to building automation system or alternatively
triggers a local alarm.

RELE-SC can also be retrofitted into previously delivered Turbo,- UV-Turbo
or UV-JPT project.





Ansul-Fire Suppression System is available to all Jeven hoods.

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Covering board
Covering boards to enclose the area between the top of the hood and the ceiling.

Product code

JSITURBO3000x1500x5404×2503×315 + 480 l/s550 l/s – CBFX-SCFP

  • Turbo hoods are equipped with TurboSwing filters and integrated LED lights.
  • The canopy’s base material is stainless steel, AISI 304
  • Alternative wall material Polycarbonate (S)


Electrical installation

  1. Connector cord
  2. Junction box
  3. Led light
  4. Limit switch

The HVAC designer designates the types and locations of wired products in the plans.

The electrical designer designates to the plans, the location of the safety switch (compulsory), the necessary appliance sockets and the required wiring from the group switchboard or kitchen switch to the safety switch.

The Automation designer designs the TurboSwing runtimes to match the kitchen runtimes. TurboSwing greasefilters are not allowed to run when the fan is off.


Motor operation is controlled by power supply via the automation system or via the switch at the kitchen.

A safety switch is compulsory and it should be situated close to the hood to a visible place in the kitchen. TurboSwing’s are connected as own inputs to appliance for possible branches.

The safety switch, appliance sockets and the cables marked with the dotted line are not included in the Jeven delivery.

Wiring diagram

Products which need to be wired are placed to to HPAC plan. Safety switch, switchgear and wiring from panelboard or kitchen switch to safety switch should be placed to electrical plan.
In the automation plan, TurboSwing’s runtime is designed to match the runtime of the kitchen.

Electrician installs a mandatory safety switch to the appropriate location, installs and wires outlet box in the vicinity of the hood and wires junction boxes to TurboSwings.

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