Filtration Maintenance Guide

Filtration Maintenance Guide
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EVent™ 35E
FILTRATION MAINTENANCE GUIDE
Chef Side
Designed & Built In the USA
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EVent 35E
FILTRATION PROCESS:
The EVent 35E has a four stage filtra on process built into the chassis
that eliminates smoke, par culates, grease-laden vapors and cooking
odors:
• Stage 1 - An internal stainless steel grease filter captures
airborne grease. This metal filter is washable.
• Stage 2 - An aluminum mesh filter captures airborne food
par cles. This metal filter is washable.
• Stage 3 - An electrosta c precipitator filter further extracts airborne grease, and smoke par cles.
This metal filter is washable.
• Stage 4 - The last filter is a disposable ac vated charcoal post-filter.
FILTERS:
13-0220-EVT
Stainless Steel
Grease Filter
13-0110-EVT
Aluminum
Pre-Filter
13-0200-EVT
ElectrostaƟc
Precipitator
CLEANING THE INLET APERTURE:
The ven la on Inlet Aperture is located on the
chef-side of the EVent 35E, and is removable forr
easy cleaning. Depending on the amount and
type of foods being cooked, daily cleaning may
be required.
FILTER CLEANING / REPLACEMENT FREQUENCY:
PART
CARE
CLEANING FREQUENCY
Inlet Aperture
Washable
End of Day AŌer Use
Stainless Steel Grease Filter
Washable
Weekly
Aluminum Pre-Filter
Washable
Weekly
ElectrostaƟc Precipitator
Washable
Weekly
Charcoal Post Filter
Disposable
Replaced Monthly
Complete maintenance and cleaning instrucƟons
can be found in the EVent 35E User Manual.
13-0230-EVT
Charcoal
Post Filter
Use the Hex Key to access the
grease filter box door and the
chef side access panel.
FILTRATION STAGES:
STAGE 1
The Grease Filter is the primary filter in the EVent unit that
captures airborne grease. With normal cooking condi ons, the
stainless steel baffle grease filter should be washed weekly or
replaced with a fresh clean and dry standby filter.
Open the door of the
grease filter box with
the hex key to access
the Stainless Steel
Grease Filter.
STAGE 2
The Aluminum Pre-Filter is designed to capture food debris
that may have passed through the primary grease filter. With
normal cooking condi ons, the Pre-Filter should be washed
weekly or replaced with a fresh clean standby filter.
Remove the chef
side access panel to
access the Aluminum
Pre-Filter, Electrosta c
Precipitator & Charcoal
Filter with the hex key.
STAGE 3
The Electrosta c Precipitator is a electrically charged ionizing
filter that captures airborne grease which is not captured by
the primary grease filter. Under normal cooking condi ons,
the ESP filter should be washed weekly or replaced with a dry,
clean standby filter.
STAGE 4
The disposable Charcoal Post Filter that is designed to capture
cooking odors. With normal cooking condi ons, the charcoal
filter should be replaced with a fresh, clean Charcoal Filter
monthly.
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