Seminar 85 — Unique and Necessary Approaches and Considerations When Commissioning Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Systems


Conference Proceeding by ASHRAE, 2021



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Commercial kitchen ventilation systems present unique and challenging situations that must be considered during the commissioning process. Beyond the typical HVAC supply and return air distribution, the designer must consider items such as electrical and natural gas interlocks, fire suppression systems and demand control ventilation systems that must be verified tofunction throughout a range of airflows. This presentation will highlight these items, provide rationale for their importance and present best case practices as part of the commercial kitchen ventilation commissioning process.

  1. Commercial Kitchen Commissioning Fundamentals
    Francis Kohout, P.E., BCxP, Member, Cyclone Energy Group, Chicago, IL
  2. Air Balance in the Commercial Kitchen
    Greg DuChane, Member, Trane, Nacogdoches, TX
  3. Test and Balance Considerations for the Commercial Kitchen
    Andy Austin, Melink Corporation, Milford, OH

Citation: ASHRAE 2021 Virtual Seminar

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