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  1. #1
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    May 2011
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    Kitchen exhaust systems

    Great question and can never get a real good answer if one exist..

    What can be done to solve issues of grease exiting out of a exhaust hood in a commercial kitchen?
    Some restaurants have no grease issues while many others do.
    Come things I have to check are filter at hood installed properly, motor speed and belt size any thing else or a common issue?

    One case in particular is a restaurant with about a 70 foot horizontal run with atleast one 90 degree turn and they still have some greasing coming out the end and it drips right into a parking lot. So that want to try to resolve the issue. Most guys just say that's just the way it is and not much you can do but I have seen plenty of units with no grease coming out.

  2. #2
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    Jul 2011
    East coast USA
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    whats the temps, if the grease vapors get by the grease grill traps and it stay warm and finally condenses out at the end.

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