Il Forno Classico® Exhaust Hood, eyebrow style, mount on single oven stacked on deck oven, grease gutter with removable grease cup, stainless steel baffle filter on 45°, oven vent connection, stainless steel construction, with out fire damper, (Ready to accept Fire Suppression piping) & NFPA 96
BAKERS PRIDE BAKERS PRIDE VENTLESS HOODS SERIES: PB EYEBROW HOOD
The Bakers Pride® exhaust hood helps remove biproducts of combustion and grease-laden vapors. The
eyebrow style is a direct mount to our FC series ovens
and Il Forno Classico brick ovens. Refer to each deck
oven manual for calculation of CFM required to evacuate
total heat load.
Make-up air must be supplied for replacement of air
exhausted through all kitchen exhaust systems.
Make-up air should be delivered through registers at
ceiling height & distributed throughout the kitchen.
75% to 80% of the replacement air should be fresh,
outside air, conditioned (heated or cooled), distributed
directly into the confines of the kitchen – with the
remaining 20% to 25% allowed to flow into the kitchen
from adjacent areas.
EXHAUST FANS/MAKE-UP AIR UNITS:
Exhaust fans are to be provided and installed by others in
compliance with local codes.
Fans should be induced draft, squirrel cage design,
equipped with backward inclined blades. Fans shall e
sized to meet design air volumes and static pressure
drop for the entire system, including the ductwork.
Discharge ducts should be vertical and located at least
ten feet away from supply air intakes. Supply fans
or make-up air units to be furnished and installed by
others in compliance with local codes. Supply units to
be capable of handling the required air quantity at the
total system static pressure and should be electrically
interlocked for simultaneous operation.
NFPA Standard No. 96 and local codes require a fire
extinguishing system for protection of the duct collar
and plenum of non-waterwash ventilators. Hood shall
be designed to accommodate piping for Ansul R-102
fire suppression (plenum and duct protection). Fire
protection system provided by HVAC contractor or other
prescribed contractor. Consult local fire officials for exact