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ULC-S649:2006 (R2016) Standard for Grease Filters for Commercial and Institutional Kitchen Exhaust Fans

ULC ULC-S649:2006 (R2016) Standard for Grease Filters for Commercial and Institutional Kitchen Exhaust Fans

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Please note that this standard is available only in English/ Veuillez noter que cette norme est offerte seulelmet en anglais. This Second Edition ULC Standard has been reaffirmed effective February, 2016. There have been no technical changes made to the Standard. This First Edition National Standard of Canada has been reaffirmed effective February, 2016. There have been no technical changes made to the Standard. This Standard applies to grease filters for installation in collection hoods of commercial kitchen exhaust systems for conformance with NFPA 96 requirements. Requirements for grease filters are provided to determine their abilities to: A Remove atomized grease from the airstream; B Limit the projection of flames downstream when attacked by flame on the upstream face, after exposure to grease-laden air; C Drain off the collected grease in such a manner that it will not drip off the surface or pose a risk of fire; and D Have the structural integrity necessary for rough field handling, cleaning and maintenance.
Please note that this standard is available only in English/ Veuillez noter que cette norme est offerte seulelmet en anglais. This Second Edition ULC Standard has been reaffirmed effective February, 2016. There have been no technical changes made to the Standard. This First Edition National Standard of Canada has been reaffirmed effective February, 2016. There have been no technical changes made to the Standard. This Standard applies to grease filters for installation in collection hoods of commercial kitchen exhaust systems for conformance with NFPA 96 requirements. Requirements for grease filters are provided to determine their abilities to: A Remove atomized grease from the airstream; B Limit the projection of flames downstream when attacked by flame on the upstream face, after exposure to grease-laden air; C Drain off the collected grease in such a manner that it will not drip off the surface or pose a risk of fire; and D Have the structural integrity necessary for rough field handling, cleaning and maintenance.