Clearance Reduction System
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Our new Zero Clearance system uses one-inch thick insulating material on the back, sides, and top of the hood as needed. This allows you to use hoods in spaces not commonly available for new hood installation and being able to satisfying both safety standards and codes, these would include being mounted closer to combustible surfaces such as low ceilings, cabinetry, wood walls and wooded trusses.
Overview of reduction system
- One inch of non-organic insulation to be mounted inside of stainless-steel stand-off
- The Zero clearance system is a listed component of Hoodmart's UL 710 hood listing
A bed of insulation installed on the top of the hood allows the hood to be mounted adjacent to a combustible or limited combustible surface.
Insulation which is installed inside the integrated 3-inch air space allows the hood to be mounted adjacent to a combustible or limited combustible surface.
Insulation is installed in a one-inch stainless airspace. The insulation to be enclosed in stainless-steel on the side(s), allows the hood to be mounted adjacent to a combustible or limited combustible surface.
A structural stainless-steel front is provided to allow hoods can be mounted adjacent to a combustible or limited combustible surface and is aesthetically pleasing.
- Clearance reduction system is factory installed on the hood
- Material is attached to the hood using adhesive compound or self-ahering pins