I'm looking for a high performance kitchen extractor

Postby mikeyoung » Fri Jun 15, 2007 11:58 am

I'm looking for a high performance kitchen extractor, something you would find in a kebab restaurant for instance.

Any ideas would be much appreciated...


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Postby sparx » Sun Jun 24, 2007 8:10 pm

Hi MIKE, if going into the wall or window direct then SIZE MATTERS!, the bigger the better!
however if going into smallish duct then use a centrifugal (drum) type rather than an impeller (FAN) type as more pull through upstream filters, also if duct longer than abt 1 mtr it needs to be insulated or cooking oil/fat will condense/ congeal -yuck! on inside of duct!, fit drain point or slope duct down to out side! regards SPARX
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