They remove odours, smoke and oil mist from your kitchen, which improves indoor air quality and provides hygienic atmosphere for working personnel. They remove oil mist which decreases the furniture and wall cleaning and maintenance work in the kitchen and provides hygienic sight. Thus exhaust fans can serve an important function in your kitchen.
The two most common types of fans are axial fans and centrifugal fans. Both available in direct motor driven type and belt driven type. Axial fans move air with blades. Centrifugal fans look like squirrel cages and generally do a better job of moving air than axial fans. Most exhaust systems consist of an exhaust fan, ducting and a pick up hood. Some kitchens have a central exhaust system, in which one fan draws moisture, odours, oil mists from several hoods of the kitchen using a network of ducts.
How to Select Exhaust
Selecting a fan depends upon
- The size of the kitchen or hall
- Number of burners
- Power availability
- Duct size installed
- Air quality required
- Type of fan preferred
We may assit you for fan selection and duct design
- The size of the exhaust fan depends on the size of your kitchen. Power required for the fan depends upon the size of the fan.
- The duct should be made for minimum loss which improves the fan capacity.
- Duct balancing is mandatory for system efficiency.