No Smoke, No Odors... and... No Noise.
How often do you cook up a storm and then have to work up the courage to turn on the noisy exhaust fan? Well, if that's your situation, you've come to the right place.
If you don’t want to hear the roar of a (not so) cheap kitchen exhaust hood right over your head, what are the options?
Here is the basic idea. Take a high quality fan, mount it remotely from the hood, and make sure the fan noise does not get transferred back to the hood. There are a couple of trick involved in this process. Not all fans are created equal. Simply listing x-CFM on the side of the box does not prove that the fan will deliver when needed. When connected to ductwork, fitting, grease filters, and a roof cap, that fan has to work had to push and pull air. So listing x-CFM without the other parameter of static pressure is like only disclosing your "downhill" miles per gallon !
Kitchen Exhaust Products
Inline fans with metal housings. Metal housing is a requirement for any type of kitchen ventilation.
Inline silencers for noise reduction. Backdraft dampers to prevent air infiltration.
Duct and duct fittings to build exhaust air systems. Ductwork, clamps, y-fittings, reducers, tape, etc.
No need to be frightened..
- What type of cooking do you do ?
- How large is your cooktop ?
On-line Kitchen Configurator
why buy from us?
We're engineers passionate about home ventilation and serious about customer service – so you can count on us for carefully-selected equipment and expert advice to ensure your project is a success from specification to installation.
Your call is answered by qualified people who will gladly discuss your project in detail, advise you professionally and never sell you inappropriate products.