Double island canopy hood

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Definition

  • A double-island canopy hood is placed over back-to-back appliances or appliance lines. It is open on all sides and overhangs both front and the sides of the appliance(s). It may have a wall panel between the backs of the appliances. The fact that exhaust air is drawn from both sides of the double canopy to meet in the center causes each side of this hood to emulate a wall canopy hood, and thus, it functions much the same with or without an actual wall panel between the backs of the appliances.[1]

References

  1. ASHRAE Technical Committee (TC) 1.6, Terminology
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