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Commercial Kitchen Hoods
Why should you install a commercial kitchen hood in your commercial kitchen? Installing commercial kitchen exhaust hoods, especially above your stove, is one of the best ways to control or even completely prevent exhaust fumes and smoke, grease, moisture, and even heat from escaping your commercial kitchen into other areas of your restaurant or food-service establishment.
A commercial kitchen exhaust hood typically utilizes an exhaust fan that hangs directly above the stove or cooktop. Commercial kitchen range hoods use air evacuation and filtration to help remove airborne grease, combustion products, odors, heat, and steam from the air of your commercial kitchen.
Commercial kitchen ventilation hoods were invented in the middle of the 20th century. They may be made from a large variety of materials, including copper, bronze, nickel, silver, zinc, steel, tempered glass, wood, aluminum, brass, heat-resistant plastics, and more.
Most commercial kitchen exhaust hoods include built-in lighting that may be incandescent, fluorescent, or halogen in order to illuminate the kitchen's cooking surface. In addition, some commercial kitchen exhaust hoods already include accessories such as backsplash panels, pot racks, shelf units, or dish racks.
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Our canopy hoods are made of sturdy stainless steel. These commercial kitchen vent hoods feature fully welded and polished front corners and include aluminum baffle filters, grease cups, and pre-wired incandescent lights.
Our dishroom/steam-equipment hoods are ideal for use over steamers, kettles, dishwashers, and other equipment that doesn't produce grease-laden vapors.