Kitchen Exhaust Systems


A typical kitchen ventilation system includes an exhaust hood or canopy, ductwork, fan system, and a means of providing adequate make-up air (air that is lost through the ventilation process). The entire system must constitute a fire-safe assembly within the building.  Kitchen fumes are sucked into the hood, travel through  vents, and are blown out of the building through the fan system itself.  An equal amount of replacement air (or make-up air) from outside is drawn into the kitchen through make-up air vents.

ESP – Order Control units with Electrostatic precipitators

Kitchen Exhaust Hoods

Make-up Air Supply Systems ( fresh air Supply systems)