Unified Brands Kitchen Ventilation Systems User Manual

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OPERATORS MANUAL

This manual provides installation & operating instructions for

KITCHEN VENTILATION SYSTEMS

BUILT IN

ACCORDANCE

WITH

NFPA 96

NOTIFY CARRIER OF DAMAGE AT ONCE.

It is the responsibility of the consignee to inspect the container upon receipt of same and to determine the possibility of any damage, including concealed damage. Avtec suggests that if you are suspicious of damage to make a notation on the delivery receipt. It will be the responsibility of the consignee to file a claim with the carrier. We recommend that you do so at once.

Information contained in this document is known to be current and accurate at the time of printing/creation. Unified Brands recommends referencing our product line websites, unifiedbrands.net, for the most updated product information and specifications.

P/N OMANUAL_KVS-8/10/04

1055 Mendell Davis Drive

Jackson, MS 39272 888-994-7636, fax 888-864-7636 avtecind.com

Retain this manual for future reference.

NOTICE: Due to a continuous program of product improvement, Randell Manufacturing reserves the right to make changes in design and specifications without prior notice.

NOTICE: Please read the entire manual carefully before installation.

If certain recommended procedures are not followed, warranty claims will be denied.

MODEL NUMBER

SERIAL NUMBER

INSTALLATION DATE

Service & Parts

800-621-8560

Safety Procedures

Always disconnect power cord before attempting to work on or to clean equipment. Turning the switch off is insufficient as the power remains live to the cabinet and can be a hazard.

Route the power cord so that it is not likely to be walked on or pinched by other appliances.

Do not overload outlets with too many appliances. This can result in fire or electrical shock.

Disconnect plug when the appliance will be idled for a long period of time.

Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as removing covers may cause unnecessary exposure to dangerous voltage.

•Never connect the unit to a power source while standing in water. Wet hands and wet floors should be avoided when connecting any electrical appliance to a power outlet.

Index

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Installation Requirements for Randell Air Systems Hoods .................................

page 2

Canopy Hoods ......................................................................................................

page 2

Low Side Wall Ventilators ....................................................................................

page 3

Pizza Oven Hoods ..................................................................................................

page 4

Exhaust Fans & Ducts ............................................................................................

page 5

Fresh Air Supply Fans ............................................................................................

page 6

Hoods with Air Volume Controllers - Adjustment Instructions .............................

page 7

Side Skirts .............................................................................................................

page 8

Top Enclosure Panels .............................................................................................

page 9

Stainless Steel Wall Panels ...................................................................................

page 10

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS START - CHECK - BALANCE

FINAL AIR BALANCE

Direct Draw Hoods ...............................................................................................

page 11

Make-Up Air Hoods ..............................................................................................

page 12

Make-Up Air Hoods .............................................................................................

page 12

Air Balance Report ...............................................................................................

page 13

Notes and Worksheet ............................................................................................

page 14

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Installation Requirements

FOR ALL RANDELL AIR SYSTEMS HOODS

Randell Air Systems hoods are provided with slotted hanging brackets designed to receive 1/2” threaded rod with a 1/2” bolt and washer. Supporting rods must be connected to all factory installed brackets. Recommended hanging height is 6’-6” above finished floor for canopies. Low side wall ventilators should be installed directly upon a Randell base or on a fire rated wall. If wall mounted, the bottom of the vent should be 36” above

finished floor.

ALL RANDELL VENTILATION SYSTEMS MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH NFPA-96, REMOVAL OF SMOKE AND GREASE-LADEN VAPORS FROM COMMERCIAL COOKING EQUIPMENT.

CANOPIES 1. Check all local codes prior to installation. Special requirements may be necessary depending upon building material construction.

2.Move crated hood to location of installation and very carefully uncrate hood.

3.Raise hood to proper hanging height.

4.Suspend hood from adequate roof supports using 1/2” threaded rods with nuts and washers (See Fig. 1)

5.Level hood left to right and front to back.

6.Brackets hare provided for hoods which are to be installed end to end or back to back. Bolt brackets together using 3/8” bolt through holes provided. (See Fig. 2)

7.Install “C” channel where the ends of hood meet and install “T” moldings on front face of hoods where they join. High temperature silicone can be used to install “C” and “T” moldings. (See Fig. 3)

8.For Make-up air hoods, the supply collar with built-in U.L. listed fire damper, and air volume damper must be installed per instructions on collar.

9.Provide a removable service door in supply duct near fire damper. (See Fig. 5)

Mitchell

Moulding

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LOW SIDE WALL VENTILATORS 1. Check all local codes prior to installation. Special requirements may be necessary depending upon building material construction.

2.Move crated hood to location of installation and very carefully uncrate vent.

3.If vent is base mounted, base must be installed and leveled front to back and left to right.

4.Place vent on base. Secure vent to base by screwing side walls of vent to base. (See Fig. 4)

5.If vent is wall mounted, place vent on wall, level front to back and left to right, then bolt metal hanging bracket located on top of hood to wall. (See Fig. 5)

6.Bottom of ventilator should be 36” above finished floor. (See Fig. 5)

7.Fluid weld exhaust duct to hood exhaust duct collar. (See Fig. 5)

8.For Make-up air ventilators, the supply collar with built-in U.L. listed fire damper, and air volume damper must be installed per instructions on collar.

9.Attach air supply duct work to supply collar. DO NOT SCREW INTO FIRE DAMPER.

10.Provide a removable service door in supply duct near fire damper. (See Fig. 5)

Punch holes in flange to match stud locations

top & bottom of wall mounts

Tackweld & silicone supply duct

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