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    Fire the cannons!

    Holy smokes! Cleanest kitchen I've ever seen but greasiest rooftop units! Yikes
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    What in the world is that cannon like thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R600a View Post
    What in the world is that cannon like thing?

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    Lol..I'm not too sure I think they are exhaust units for some stovetops. That's where the grease came from. I'm not super well versed on commercial stuff I mainly do residential

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    what does the parking lot look like due to the size of that exhaust fan? no grease oil trap container on the bottom of it?

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    LOL !

    Gross !!
    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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    I bet some folks have fussed about what was on their cars... after they had dinner at this place...
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    That is called a utility exhaust fan and is supposed to discharge straight up....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayr View Post
    That is called a utility exhaust fan and is supposed to discharge straight up....
    They probably had to tilt them after getting complaints of downd planes from greasy windshields.

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    After seeing the greasy mess that comes out of that fan i would think twice about eating at this place

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    That’s nasty - hate kitchen grease! Usually see them discharge straight up and have seen a few discharge out the side of a wall. All that I have see have a drain built into than so they don’t blast grease all over everything. Wonder if they took the coalescers out of the hood.

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    Grease Cannon

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    Is that a line of grease spraying out of the blower? Look at the top edge of it -the whitish 'mist' shooting straight out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opcom View Post
    Is that a line of grease spraying out of the blower? Look at the top edge of it -the whitish 'mist' shooting straight out?
    I don't think so, looks like glare on the camera or something

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    Surroundings are clean.

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