exhaust hood


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Noun1.exhaust hood - metal covering leading to a vent that exhausts smoke or fumes
covering - an artifact that covers something else (usually to protect or shelter or conceal it)
range hood - exhaust hood over a kitchen range
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A BAHRAINI man allegedly hid 10kg of hashish with a street value of more than BD50,000 in the exhaust hood of his kitchen stove, a court heard.
Now that we've moved in, we find no exhaust hood above the kitchen range.
What became apparent was the dramatic difference between the design of a fume hood and a kitchen exhaust hood. (17) Of specific interest was the fact that the design drawing illustrating best practices for a low side-wall kitchen hood recommended closed ends (Figure 4).
In order to improve the control efficiency of exhaust hood in the treatment of industrial pollutants under different technological conditions, the flow-field characteristics of high-temperature annular buoyant jets as well as the development laws influenced by ventilation system were studied using numerical methods in this paper.
This walk-in oven has 4" insulated walls throughout, an aluminized steel exterior and interior, a 2" insulated floor with built-in truck wheel guide tracks, an exhaust hood over the oven doors equipped with an 18" diameter tubeaxial fan driven by a 3/4 hp motor and an integral door switch to start the hood fan when the doors are opened and shut down the fan when the doors are closed.
In addition to improving emission cleaning and odor control, the use of UVC light keeps the Ultra-Violet Re-Circulating Exhaust Hood free from grease buildup, improving fire safety and reducing maintenance requirements, notes Giles.
Even when a new exhaust hood is correct for the job, numerous other factors may be at work.
The rationale behind this requirement is to capitalize on available transfer air (that originated as outside air and has already been heated or cooled) as a contribution to the replacement air requirement of the exhaust hood, potentially reducing the size and energy consumption of the dedicated makeup air (MUA) unit.
This walk-in oven has 4" insulated walls throughout, an alumnized steel exterior and interior, a 2" insulated floor with built-in truck wheel guide tracks, an exhaust hood over the oven doors equipped with an 18" diameter tubeaxial fan driven by a 3/4 hp motor and an integral door switch to start the hood fan when the doors are opened, then shut down the fan when the doors are closed.