Best Practices for Ventilation in Commercial Kitchens
The exhaust hood captures and filters all heat, fumes, smoke, and other air particulates that are not needed inside the kitchen.
If the kitchen is still too hot for everyone to handle, fans may be worth considering adding to your restaurant’s general ventilation.
Integrating the critical and general ventilation system with an HVAC system is one of the best ways to ensure proper ventilation in the commercial kitchen.
When you follow these guidelines, you may improve your commercial kitchen’s storage and efficiency without sacrifici
ng cleanliness or safety.
Storage and Workflow