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The APACE recirculating electric grill is an all-in-one kitchen unit that saves you time and space. It utilizes an integrated recirculation ventilation system, requiring less space and installation that previous exhaust systems require. Older systems needed fans, grease traps, and external ducts installed along with the installation of the grill.
The APACE requires less assembly than older electric grill systems. Our hoodless electronic commercial grill has a self-contained fire system and recirculating exhaust, keeping all the essential systems in the main grilling unit. This means easier installation, mobility, and cleaning than ever before. With our system, you can worry less about maintaining your commercial grill and spend more time cooking with it.
Downdraft ventilation is a type of ventilation in cooktops and kitchen ranges that uses a fan to pull cooking fumes and smoke downward. A downdraft ventilation feature is a substitute for a traditional range hood that sucks smoke and steam upward.
Updraft ventilation consists of a vent (or hood( located above a cooking surface. This type of ventilation is the most effective for removing smoke, odors, and particulates that naturally rise into the vent.
Recirculating ventilation uses a blower to pull air through a filtration system and exhaust the filtered air back into the environment.
UL-300: Standard for Fire Testing of Fire Extinguishing Systems for Protection of Commercial Cooking Equipment
UL-710B: Standard for Recirculating Systems
UL-197: Standard for Commercial Electric Cooking Appliances
UL-900: Standard to determine combustibility and the amount of smoke generated for air filter units under test
ETL Sanitation Mark: Indicated equipment is fit for use in production of food intended for human consumptions
ANSI/NSF (2-8, 12, 18, 25, 51, 59)
Maintenance Guide & Installation Guide