Ventilation for commercial kitchens

There may be a lot of fat around us, but Kesair steam-extractor hoods and filters ensure that you won’t have any fat and grease fumes or smoke in the kitchen and that moisture doesn’t cling to your skin.



The AHL steam-extractor hood has a frame made from stainless steel profile and sides from wired glass, laminated glass, or acrylic resin. The lower profile forms a grease duct, which gathers any grease flowing along the sides. At the same time, the profile functions as a support structure. The design of the structural elements offers possibilities for various customisations in accordance with the requirements of the individual installation site. The roof of the hood has a cassette-type structure made from stainless steel sheets. The material for the casing is usually the same as the roof material. If any side of the hood will be in contact with the wall, it is recommended that the wall be equipped with a covering plate or, if the wall has a tile surface, a roof-bracket strip. Kesair grease separator models ARV, ARA, and AR# are suitable as grease filters for our extractor hoods, and their top portion forms a basis for the hood roof’s cassette components. A grease filter is not included in standard hood deliveries.


The AHP steam-extractor hood is made completely from steel, and it is a self-supporting hood structure without a separate frame. The lower edges of the sides also form a grease duct, which, in addition to gathering grease, makes the structure sturdier. Stainless steel is used for the entire hood. Thanks to its large and uniform surfaces, the AHP hood is easy to keep clean. All AHP-model steam hoods are made to measure.


It should be remembered that the lower the hood’s bottom edge, the less you end up extracting expensive heated air from the kitchen. The recommended height for the steam hood’s bottom edge is 1,900–2,000 mm from the floor. The sides of the hood must be designed to extend 200–400 mm further than the appliances below them, so that smoke and vapours do not end up creeping beyond the hood area. The hood roof is normally level with the upper edge of the glass, though the roof can be higher – for example, at the height of the base’s upper edge. If the hood roof is aligned with the upper edge of the base, either a folded casing or a double casing is necessary; the need depends on the location of the room’s suspended ceiling. Our hood delivery can also include lighting to be attached to the roof’s cassette components at the factory. The installation method for the steam-extractor hood and any use of a base are determined in accordance with the installation location, the extraction duct, and the beam and pillar structures in the room (if any).


When ordering steam-extractor hoods, you must specify

  • the hood type
  • lenght L (mm)
  • width B (mm)
  • height H (mm)
  • for AHL hoods
    • HL = height of glass
    • HS = height of base
  • for AHP hoods
    • H1 = height of the wall section
    • H2 = height of base
  • the material for the frame, roof, and base


Grease filters

Kesair grease filters are manufactured from stainless steel. The grease-filter sections are easy to install and can be conveniently detached for cleaning. The ARV model is a V-shaped grease filter, the ARA model is an A-shaped filter, and the ART model is a plane filter. All of these grease filters include a casing, a grease-accumulation basin, and the number of filter sections determined on the basis of the desired extraction air-flow rate.

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