An in-line filter is installed in the grease feeding line to guarantee that the distribution of grease is free of any extraneous particles. The filter’s construction makes it simple to disassemble it for cleaning.
The filter’s stainless steel cartridge has a steel mesh with a 160 micron rating.
Grease filters are intended to filter grease vapors from the air stream coming from kitchen exhaust hoods.
Insufficient, damaged, or missing air filters in exhaust systems make them more likely to accumulate deposits of highly flammable grease across the whole duct system.
The Global Kitchen grease filter market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Upper and lower baffle assemblies on a grease filter create sinuous channels for exhaust air to travel through.
The upper and lower baffle assemblies are joined by a hinge that allows them to swivel from the closed position to the open position.
All surfaces of the assemblies are accessible while they are in the open position, allowing for effective cleaning.
On the side of the assemblies opposite the hinge, a locking mechanism holds the baffle assemblies in the closed position.
Additionally supplied are a grease filter cleaning technique and a kitchen ventilation system.
Another feature of the invention provides a mechanism for ventilation in a kitchen. The system consists of a food preparation device—either a grill, a broiler, a range, or a stove—and a canopy placed above the device to exhaust air coming upward from the device that is contaminated with grease and/or oil vapors.
As previously mentioned, a grease filter is positioned inside the canopy’s mouth and is detachable for cleaning.
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