It is possible to install a charcoal oven under the same extractor hood where there is a gas kitchen? I have been searching the answer on the NFPA 96 but I have not found it.
Thank you for your help.
The answer is NO
Will have to look for a section that says that.
Look for "Solid Fuel" appliance. Solid fueled appliances are required to have their own hood and duct system.
This is from 2011::
14.1.6 Solid fuel cooking operations shall have spark arresters to minimize the passage of airborne sparks and embers into plenums and ducts.
14.3.3 All solid fuel cooking equipment served by hood and duct systems shall be separate from all other exhaust systems.
14.5.2 If airborne sparks and embers can be generated by the solid fuel cooking operation, spark arrester devices shall be used prior to the grease removal device to minimize the entrance of these sparks and embers into the grease removal device and into the hood and duct system.
Plus the extinguishing system has to be specifically designed for solid fuel
I should have asked what is a charcoal oven???
Do you have a link to the oven or a picture of one???
Have seen charcoal grills under hoods, not sure about a oven??
You are not talking about a pizza oven are you??
Or something like this::
Yes, like this.
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