Kitchen Extractor Canopy

Kitchen Extractor Canopy

Commercial Kitchen Extraction Canopy

Full stainless steel kitchen extraction cooker hoods. Our kitchen extractor cooker hoods come with a full length grease capture tray and stainless steel baffle filters. 

We finish all sharp stainless steel edges with a safety edge fold for safety and ease of cleaning.

Our standard kitchen canopies are manufactured from 430 Grade Catering Stainless Steel with a brushed finish externally and smooth internal finish for easy cleaning.
Our commercial kitchen canopy comes with stainless steeel commercial baffle filters with handles for ease of removal.
All of our standard kitchen extract hoods are in stock and ready to go.  They can be collected the same day  if needed or will be dispatched the next day.
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Commercial Kitchen Canopy Hood 1200mm

Commercial Kitchen Canopy Hood 1200mm (4 Foot) Welcome to the best value commercial extracti..

£249.17

Commercial Kitchen Canopy Hood 950mm

Commercial Kitchen Canopy Hood Welcome to the best value commercial extraction canopy manufactur..

£191.67

Commercial Kitchen Extractor Hood 1500mm

Commercial Kitchen Extractor Hood 1500mm   Dimensions: 1500mm (L) x 1100mm (Depth)  Heig..

£275.00

1800mm Commercial Extraction Hood

1800mm Commercial Extractor HoodFull Stainless Steel constructionStainless Steel Baffle Filt..

£500.00

2000mm Commercial Kitchen Extraction Hood

COMMERCIAL Kitchen Extraction Hood 2000mm   Dimensions: 2000mm (L) x 1100mm (Depth)  Hei..

£550.00

2480mm Commercial Extractor Hood New Product

2480mm Commercial Extractor Hood

COMMERCIAL Kitchen Extraction Hood 2480mmFull Stainless Steel ConstructionWelded corners..

£570.00

Commercial Kitchen Cooker Hood 3000mm

Commercial Kitchen Cooker Hood 3000mmStainless steel construction 240 Grit brushed finish DP1/PC..

£840.00

3500mm Commercial Extractor Hood

COMMERCIAL Kitchen Extraction Hood 3500mm   Dimensions: 3500mm (L) x 1100mm (Depth)  Hei..

£960.00

Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Regulations

Careful consideration should be given to the design and type of extraction system that is installed.

Ideally this should be done at the planning stage before anything is fitted and it is often a planning condition that a certain standard of extraction unit is installed. Occasionally businesses will find themselves having to consider what they can do to their existing system if, for example, a complaint is made to the Local Authority and it is found that an odour nuisance is being caused.

The aim of any kitchen ventilation/extraction is to ensure that no nuisance, disturbance or loss of amenity is caused by odour, fumes, food droplets or noise, to nearby properties. Additionally, the visual appearance of the flue may be important and the flue itself may require a separate planning permission. Enquiries should be made to the Local Authority Planning Department regarding this matter.

 

There are many different types of odour abatement available, not all types are suitable for all cooking methods. In each case, grease filters must be installed.

Activated Charcoal Filters These are installed in the extract duct and filter out most of the cooking smell. They are usually disposable and will last for around 6 months to a year, depending on their use. It is essential that they are of adequate size for the volume and type of odour.

Ozone Systems  These systems are split into two main types.  Ultraviolet lamps, these product ozone by means of specialised lamps.  The ozone can be be used either by mounting the unit inside the ductwork or more efficiently by injecting the ozone into the ventilation system, where it can then mix with the dirty air.

Electrostatic Precipitators - These simply use electrostatic energy to scrub the air clean.  They are very good where there is a lot of smoke and / or grease.

Air Dilution This method involves diluting the fumes with fresh air, with the mixed air being passed through the exhaust at an increased velocity. Whilst the final effluent itself may smell less strong, the amount of odour within it is the same so this method is only likely to be effective where the problem arises from smells trapped in an enclosed area – e.g. if surrounded by higher buildings and air can not escape. Care should be taken to ensure this method does not just move the problem to another location.

Odour Neutralisation This method works by spraying an odour neutralising chemical into the air stream as it passes along the ductwork. If you are considering either installing an extraction system or making alterations to your existing one then you should contact a suitably qualified and experienced person who has specialist knowledge of ventilation schemes for advice.