AquaMatic's ETL Listed AM-SCA-N is a canopy style exhaust ventilator with
an automatic internal water wash system. The perforated linear supply air
plenum accessory (PLS) provides up to 90% make-up air.
The AM-SCA-N is a Type 1 compensating canopy
utilizing high velocity slot type grease extraction with an automatic internal
water wash system, and integrated wash and rinse cycles.
The AM-SCA-N is suitable for wall mounted, back-to-back, or single island applications.
AM-2 Control Panel provides push button operation with relay control of
the exhaust and make-up air fans as well as the cleaning cycle of the
ventilator. The time period of the rinse cycle is adjustable up to 3
minutes. The control panel includes a combination pressure/temperature
gauge, shock absorber, pressure reducing valve, water solenoid valve,
detergent pump, line strainer, and gate valve. See product specification
sheet for details.
|600°F - Ovens, Steamers, Kettles,
Open-Burner Ranges, Griddles, Fryers, Gas Charbroilers, Electric Charbroilers
Single Wall Hood
2 Wall Hoods Back-to-Back
The ventilator shall provide flexibility in designing kitchen ventilation
equipment and shall be tested and listed for use over light, medium and
heavy duty cooking surfaces, maximum 600°F.
The ventilator shall be 100% constructed of Type 304 stainless steel with #3 or
#4 polish on all surfaces. All seams shall be welded or in conformance with UL
standards. Front exposed corners shall be ground and polished to match the
ventilator grain. Individual component construction shall be determined by
manufacturer and ETL. Construction shall be dependent on the structural
application to minimize distortion and other defects. All seams, joints and
penetrations of the ventilator where grease-laden vapors and exhaust gases
are present, must be liquid-tight, continuous welds in accordance with NFPA 96.
The ventilator shall be constructed to include:
- A double wall insulated front to eliminate condensation and increase
rigidity. The insulation shall have a flexural modulus of 475 EI, meet
UL 181 requirements and be in accordance with NFPA 90A and 90B.
- A full length, horizontal exhaust inlet slot and a series of fixed
baffles for grease removal.
- An integral front baffle to direct grease-laden vapors toward the exhaust
- An integral drain system on the ventilator back. Multiple end-to-end
ventilators can be manifolded to one common drain.
- A supply air plenum to provide make-up air
through perforated stainless steel diffuser plates, designed to provide even air
- A built-in wiring chase for electrical controls on the front face of the
ventilator designed to avoid penetration of the capture area and eliminate
the need for an external chaseway.
- UL incandescent light fixtures and globes, allowing up to a 100 watt
standard light bulb, installed and pre-wired to a junction box and installed
with a maximum of 3'-6" spacing on center.
- Exhaust duct collar 5" high with 1" flange.
- A minimum of four connections for hanger rods. Connectors shall
have 9/16" holes pre-punched in 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" angle iron at the factory to
allow for hanger rod connection by others.
- Heavy duty, removable grease extracting cartridge, with size and
quantity determined by the hood's dimensional parameters, not to exceed
60" in length.
The ventilator shall be ETL Listed as "Exhaust Hoods Without Exhaust Damper", ETL Listed
to Canadian Safety Standards, ETL Sanitation Listed and built in accordance with NFPA 96.
Manufacturer shall furnish complete computer generated submittal drawings including
ventilator section view(s), plan view(s), duct sizing, and CFM and static pressure
requirements. Static pressure, air velocity and air volume requirements indicated
on drawings shall be precise and accurate and ventilator shall preform to said
specifications. Drawings shall be available to the engineer, architect and owner
for their use in construction, operation and maintenance.