Most of the tasks in commercial kitchens are accomplished with relatively simple tools: stoves provide a flame for cooking, refrigerators keep food cold, and knives chop.
But one of the key exceptions to this principle is with a commercial kitchen ventilation system. What looks to be a simple box that allows air to escape is, in fact, a complex system of interconnected parts that must operate together for efficient ventilation.
In the harsh environment of a commercial kitchen, it’s critical to rely on an effective hood system to keep the work environment safe and clean, as well as to protect expensive equipment from damaging grease build-up. Thankfully manufacturers now produce ventilation systems that are lighter, more durable, and more able to handle the rigorous demands placed upon them.
Removing the amount of smoke and debris necessary to keep a commercial kitchen ventilation system running is a complex process. There are numerous functioning parts of an exhaust system, beginning with the equipment directly above the cooking surface and running all the way to the roof of the building.
Anatomy of a Restaurant Ventilation System
Types of Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Hoods
Types of Exhaust Fans
Types of Replacement Air Systems
Types of Commercial Hood Filters
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