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Commercial Range Hoods
Whether you run a restaurant or a catering business, you need a commercial range hood to handle the demands of your kitchen. Commercial kitchen range hoods provide the high-level ventilation and durability necessary to keep your operations running with good air quality.
At CopperSmith, we carry commercial kitchen range hoods that pair outstanding performance with aesthetically pleasing designs. Browse our selection online to find the perfect complement for your restaurant, luxury rental, or boutique hotel.
Why choose a commercial kitchen range hood for your business?
A commercial kitchen range hood from CopperSmith meets the unique needs of your food preparation business with several advantages:
Construction: Our commercial range hoods are made from heavy-duty materials, making them more durable than standard residential ranges.
Ventilation: A commercial gas range needs a hood that matches the capacity of your stove. Our commercial range hoods have high cubic feet per minute (CFM) ratings, which means they're powerful enough to remove dangerous combustion gases and unpleasant odors from your kitchen.
Safety features: Our commercial range hoods include many safety features, such as lights that turn on and off based on the level of combustion in the kitchen, speed settings, and other advanced options.
Lighting: Our commercial range hoods provide enough lighting to help you keep an eye on what's happening in your commercial kitchen. Most come with multiple lighting options, so you can use the appropriate setting to reduce glare and shadows at any time of day.
Appearance: Our commercial range hoods are highly functional and beautiful pieces of art that make a statement.
Benefits of buying commercial range hoods from CopperSmith
When you purchase your commercial kitchen range hood from us, you'll benefit from:
Exceptional quality: We handcraft our commercial range hoods from premium materials to give you a highly durable, long-lasting product.
Custom options: We design your commercial range hood to your exact specifications. Choose the size, style, texture, and finish that best fits your kitchen.
Innovative technology: We use sophisticated 3D imaging technology to create a realistic image of your hood that you can review and approve before you buy.
Expertise: We maintain highly skilled and experienced teams of designers and artisans that build every detail of your masterpiece to perfection.
Convenient shipping: We deliver your new commercial range hood right to your business's doorstep.
Rewards opportunities: We offer additional discounts through our Trade Program.
Purchase your commercial kitchen range hood online today
Keep your commercial kitchen running smoothly with a range hood from CopperSmith. Our commercial range hoods remove heat, steam, smoke, and toxins from the kitchen, creating a safer, more comfortable cooking environment. With our customization options, you'll get a commercial range hood that perfectly complements your kitchen's design.
Get in touch with us today to learn more about our commercial kitchen range hoods and discuss your needs with one of our experts. We'll be happy to answer all your questions and guide you to the best options for your requirements.
Have questions about commercial range hoods? Check to see if they're answered below!
How much does a commercial range hood cost?
If you're running a commercial kitchen operation, your exhaust hood system needs are much the same as a residential kitchen, just on a different scale. As such, CopperSmith commercial range hoods have the same base price scale as the rest of our hoods, from $3,200-$4,500. Customizations, both aesthetic and practical, will affect the price.
What is a Type 1 and Type 2 kitchen hood?
The two types of commercial kitchen exhaust hood have much in common. A type 1 hood is suited to filter contaminated air from any and all kitchen equipment: it removes grease, smoke, heat, and condensation.
Type 2 hoods, sometimes called condensate hoods, are equipped to remove heat and condensation alone. Often placed above ovens, rice cookers, or the stations of commercial dishwashers, type 2 hoods can't process grease, so their application is more limited.
What type of range hood is needed for a gas stove?
For a gas stove, which creates pollution both through the burning gas itself and through the grease which cooks atop it, a type 1 range hood is needed. All World Copper Smith range hoods function as type 1 exhaust hoods, but also fulfill the role of a type 2 hood.
Do you need a hood for a deep fryer?
If you care about the quality of the air in your kitchen, you definitely need a range hood above your deep fryer. Grease hoods capture the gases and particulates released from a fryer, filtering the air and diminishing heat in the kitchen. Importantly, a hood will also collect the grease which inevitably sprays out, coating your cooking equipment with grime and making cleaning even more of a pain.
How do you ventilate a commercial kitchen?
Proper ventilation is one of the most crucial aspects of a commercial kitchen. Without it, your workspace will be hotter, dirtier, and even unhealthy to breathe in. To filter air hoods need accurate placement above cooking spaces; they also need to be the correct dimensions: a vent hood that's too small will be much less effective.
World CopperSmith's team of ventilation experts is ready to help you determine your range hood needs. It could be that one range hood, with perfect placement and design, is enough to handle your kitchen's exhaust requirements. Or it could be that two or more hoods are needed to accommodate your unique space. CopperSmith range hoods will make ventilation one of the most beautiful and functional parts of your entire kitchen with the highest level of craft and attention to detail.
How do you calculate CFM for a commercial kitchen hood?
Calculating hood exhaust rate, measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air moved, depends on several factors.
The size and nature of your kitchen (eg: sq. footage, open-plan, high-ceilinged)
Your stove (electric vs. gas, though almost all commercial kitchens use gas)
The kind of cooking you do - certain cuisines use ingredients that produce more grease than others