ETL Listed – Halton’s Model KEFB restaurant exhaust fan is a commercial kitchen roof top exhaust fan designed to effectively contain grease and rainwater, mitigating contamination of the roof and the environment.
Halton Model KEFB belt drive restaurant exhaust fan is a commercial kitchen roof exhaust fan designed to effectively contain grease and rainwater, mitigating contamination of the roof and the environment.
This effective grease management system also meets the new requirements of many municipalities for stormwater control in commercial kitchens. The system is designed for an easy connection to the building grease interceptor (trap). The grease management system returns collected grease from ﬁlters, duct, and fan to the grease interceptor where it can be collected for proper disposal or recycling. Since 1996 hundreds of heavy commercial kitchen installations have proven the cost-saving dependability and efﬁciency of the Model KEFB.
Institutional: The standard sealed construction belt drive KEFB with VFD controls and energy-saving backdraft damper provide an energy-efﬁcient and reliable system that is extremely easy to maintain.
Heavy Grease: The liquid-tight welded KEFB designs is ideal for heavy grease applications.
The KEFB is designed speciﬁcally for compatibility with M.A.R.V.E.L. variable volume control platform and Capture Jet series of hoods.
Installations with Special Environmental Requirements: All KEF exhaust fans can be ﬁtted with discharge extensions to clear roof parapets or other obstructions and eliminate re-entrainment of the exhaust plume.
Listed to the following standards:
Provide Halton Exhaust Fan Model KEFB_______, as shown on the plans and in accordance with the following speciﬁcations.
The roof exhaust fan shall be a high-velocity upblast belt type. The fan wheel shall be a single width, single inlet plenum fan of welded aluminum, and shall include a wheel cone matched to the inlet cone for precise balancing. Wheels shall be statically and dynamically balanced. The fan housing shall be constructed of 18 gauge 304 stainless steel, #2B ﬁnish, and continuously welded transition and fan housing.
Motors shall be heavy-duty ball bearing type, matched to the fan load, and furnished at the speciﬁed voltage, phase, and enclosure. Motors and drives shall be mounted on vibration isolators and out of the airstream. Motor shall have a separate access door and come complete with a belt tensioner and spare belt. Drive frame assemblies shall be constructed of heavy gauge steel and mounted on vibration isolators.
Precision ground and polished fan shafts shall be mounted in permanently sealed, lubricated pillow block ball bearings. Bearings shall be selected for a minimum of (L10) life in excess of 100,000 hours at maximum cataloged operating speed. Drives shall be sized for a minimum of 150% of driven horsepower. Pulleys shall be of the fully machined cast iron type, keyed and securely attached to the wheel and motor shaft.
A disconnect switch shall be factory installed and wired from the fan motor to a junction box installed with the motor compartment. A conduit chase shall be provided through the curb cap to the motor compartment for ease of electrical wiring. Each fan shall bear a permanently afﬁxed manufacturer’s nameplate containing the model number and individual serial number for future identiﬁcation.
Fan shall be listed to the following standards:
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