Backshelf hood

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Definition

  • Also referred to as non-canopy hood, low-proximity hood, or sidewall hood (where wall mounted). Its front lower lip is low over the appliance(s) and is typically set back from the front of the appliance(s), which means there may be no front overhang of appliance(s). It is always closed to the rear of the appliances by a panel where freestanding or by a panel or wall when wall mounted, and its height above the cooking surface varies. This style of hood can be constructed with partial end panels to increase its effectiveness in capturing the effluent generated by the cooking operations.[1]

References

  1. Standard 154-2011
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