Smoke Solution, part of the Danish Longhi Group and with global shareholders, has been the market leader in design and production of smoking cabins and lounges since our establishment in Denmark in October 2001. Today, Smoke Solution is one of the largest providers of smoking cabins, smoking rooms and other air purifying equipment worldwide.
Our full focus from day one has been on a balanced combination of superior quality, reliable functionality and innovative Danish design and the result is probably the best smoking cabins and lounges available today. As a matter of fact, our cabins not only absorb cigarette smoke. Our highly effective filtering systems ensure that the air released is cleaner than the normal air we breathe every day.
Our aim is to bring smokers and non-smokers together in a well-designed, friendly and fresh atmosphere untroubled by bad smells or second-hand cigarette smoke. Denmark is known for a long tradition of high quality design and our products are no exception. Architect-designed to blend into and enhance the surroundings instead of detracting from them, we are proud to offer products that are not only beautiful but of the highest quality and functionality. Our smoke solutions are stylish features in numerous offices, public buildings, private companies, international airports, restaurants, hotels and casinos to name a few.
Smoke Solution was originally founded on an idea of improving the entire concept of smoking rooms in public spaces. Bad design and especially poor ventilation were the norm of the day in the beginning of the century and founder Martin Longhi decided to do something about it.
He teamed of with renowned Danish architect Jesper Wolff and this collaboration resulted in a highly modular system of smoke cabins and lounge accessories with focus on four major points:
Since then Smoke Solution has greatly increased its market share and is today among a select handful of manufacturers of highly capable smoke solutions in use within a broad segment of both public and private buildings.
Air is drawn into the unit to capture particles. The airborne particles pass through an electrostatic field and receive an ionized charge. The charged particles move into a collector section where each alternate plate is charged with the same polarity as the particles. This drives the particles to the second set of plates of an opposite charge to attract and collect the particles. The cleaned air is then exhausted in accordance with local, state, and federal codes.
Unlike media air cleaners that use replaceable filters that plug up when dirty, electrostatic precipitators contain permanent cells that can be washed, either manually or with an included automatic wash system. These permanent cells do not require added static pressure when they get dirty to pull air through them. This typically means motors are 1 to 2 sizes smaller, saving the operator energy costs, as well as the cost to dispose of dirty filters.