The cooker hood filter is installed above the stove and is designed to capture and remove smoke, grease and debris to prevent them from entering the ventilation system.
Without these hood filters, grease, particulate matter in smoke and other types of debris can accumulate in the air ducts and may cause a fire.
Cooker hood filters are very important for home and commercial kitchens.
In order to meet the international fire regulations and the National Fire Protection Association regulations, residential and commercial kitchens must be equipped with cooker hood filters.
These organizations recognize the importance of having cooker hood filters to improve kitchen air quality, protect ventilation systems, and help prevent kitchen fires.
Cooker hood filters have many advantages. They help prevent kitchen grease from catching fire, trap grease and smoke, and prevent them from polluting ecosystems. Cooker hood filters also help maintain the cleanliness and operating efficiency of air ducts, kitchen exhaust, and the entire HVAC system.
Many people don't realize that grease, smoke and kitchen exhaust are all transmitted in the form of vapor. If they are not trapped by cooker hood filters in commercial kitchens and civil kitchens, they can cause serious problems. Housing, hospitals, warehouses and industrial kitchens should ensure that cooker hood filters are installed to ensure safety and improve indoor air quality.
Cooker hood filters play an important role in keeping the kitchen safe. In terms of preventing fires in grease pipes, they are regarded as the first line of defense. Therefore, it is essential to clean, maintain and replace them regularly. Many kitchen fires that cause serious injuries and extensive and expensive damage can be attributed to excessive accumulation of grease and debris on the hood filter. This material is extremely flammable and may ignite under the most undesirable conditions, with serious consequences. Commercial kitchen hoods are easily affected by this situation.