Little Caesars Pizza #109

Halton O&M Manual
Specifically Engineered
for
Blue Line Distribution
and
Little Caesar’s Pizza
Model P2
for BOFI ovens
101 Industrial Drive
Scottsville, KY 42164
Phone: 800-442-5866
www.haltoncompany.com
WARRANTY
Halton warrants all hoods for a period of 1 year from date of shipment to be without defects in
workmanship and material. Omissions or defects will be replaced or repaired at factory option.
Halton will not accept labor charges without prior approval.
GENERAL INSTALLATION
Upon receipt of the Halton hood, inspect it immediately for any shipping damage and notify
carrier immediately if damage is found. Halton will not accept responsibility for any shipping
damage, but will assist in helping getting a claim filed if needed.
There are no instructions contained within this manual for installation or maintenance of fan
packages. See appropriate manufacturers manual for detailed instructions.
It is the responsibility of the installing contractor to see that the system installation is completed in accordance with the project plans and specifications and that it meets all specific requirements of local code officials. The local authority having jurisdiction could overrule some of the
installation details written in this manual. The installation shall be in accordance with NFPA-96.
All electrical systems shall be installed following local and national codes.
It is very important that the system be turned over to the owner in the best condition possible.
The owner and/or operator should be instructed in the proper operation, care and maintenance
of the system.
If questions or complications should arise during the installation of the Halton hood that cannot
be solved using the instructions, please contact Halton office at 1-800-442-5866.
EXHAUST AIRFLOWS
Because the exhaust airflows rates were established under controlled laboratory conditions,
please see submittal drawings or contact the manufacturer for exhaust air flow rates.
101 Industrial Drive
Scottsville, KY 42164
800-442-5866
Please visit us at www.haltoncompany.com and click on
“Help us Help You” to fill out our customer survey to
Help us improve your experience with our products.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1) Inspect the crating carefully. If there are signs of damage, call the freight carrier before uncrating the units. Carefully uncrate the units.
** Important note **
Do not leave units out in the weather for an extended time period. The protective PVC
around the hood will become very difficult to remove if left exposed to the weather conditions
for a long period of time.
2) Position the hood near the actual installation site and carefully remove the crating material.
3) If a two deck oven is used, weld the 11.5”x11.5” transition onto 14”x14” collar.
4) Lift hood assembly into position and support from above using ½” all thread rods (supplied
by others). The assembly should be located ½” above top surface of oven. (See Fig. 1)
5) Loosen bolts that hold side skirts in place, slide them down until they touch top of oven,
re-tighten bolts. (See fig. 1)
6) Make sure grease filters and grease cups are installed in place before start-up
7) Until the unit is placed into service, protect the outer surface from getting scratched under
normal jobsite conditions.
OPERATION OF SYSTEM
1) After installation is complete, it will be necessary to check and balance the airflows. Use
T.A.B. ports to measure exhaust airflows, see Fig 2 for corresponding T.A.B requirements.
2) After the system has been placed into service and the balancing of airflows has been accomplished, a final inspection should be made. Check for unusual noises, excessive exhaust
or supply rates and general operations.
HOOD MAINTENANCE
1) Clean the hood canopy inside and out as needed with mild soap and water. Never use
harsh or abrasive cleaners on Stainless Steel or Painted surfaces.
2) Clean the filters and grease cup(s) daily, first washing by hand, and then placing them into a
dishwasher or by steam cleaning.
** Handle the Grease filters carefully **
Operators Manual
Manual provides
Installation and Operating Instructions
Model P2 Hood
Produced for
Dimensions
Standard Equipment
•
•
•
•
4 Aluminum Filters
Listed per UL710
Transitional Ductwork
All Thread Support Rods
• T.A.B. Ports
• Closure Panel
• Side Skirts
**Exposed Surfaces 430 Stainless Steel
Oven Type
CFM / T.A.B. Reading
Single Stack
567 / .06”
Double Stack 1380 / .36”
Triple Stack
2180 / .88”
General Description
Halton’s P- 2 hood is designed exclusively for Little Caesar’s to provide optimal capture performance
when used with the BOFI XLT-3270 oven models. The hood is designed to hang directly above the
pizza oven which provides an operational advantage of capturing the grease, smoke and other effluents
directly above the pizza oven outlets. By localizing the capture area the hood can efficiently capture
and effectively eliminate convective heat spillage to the store.
System Capabilities
The hood system is ETL listed in both the United States and Canada for use with the BOFI XLT-3270
oven series. The hood can be used with single, double or triple-stack configurations at the design
airflows (for both hoods) shown. The P-2 hood model includes testing and balance (TAB) ports built
into the hood, a closure panel to hide the threaded rod and ductwork connecting the hoods, and skirts
at the rear of the hoods to close the gap between the bottom of the hoods and the top of the blower
motor deck.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1) Inspect the crating carefully. If there are signs of damage, call the freight carrier
before uncrating the units. Carefully uncrate the units.
** Important note **
Do not leave units out in the weather for an extended time period. The protective PVC
around the hood will become very difficult to remove if left exposed to the weather
conditions for a long period of time.
2) Position the hood near the actual installation site and carefully remove the crating
material.
3) If a two deck oven is used, weld the 11.5” X 11.5” transition onto the 14” X 14” collar.
4) Lift hood assembly into position and support from above using ½” all thread rods
(supplied by others). The assembly should be located ½” above top surface of
oven, making sure that hood is level and plumb. (See reference drawing)
5) Loosen bolts that hold side skirts in place, slide them down until they touch top of
oven blowers, re-tighten bolts. (See reference drawing)
6) Make sure grease filters and grease cups are installed in place before start-up.
7) Until the unit is placed into service, protect the outer surface from being scratched
under normal job site conditions.
OPERATION OF SYSTEM
1) After installation is complete, it will be necessary to check and balance the airflows.
Use T.A.B. ports to measure exhaust airflows, (see ref. dwg.) for corresponding T.A.B.
requirements.
2) After the system has been placed into service and the balancing of airflows has been
accomplished, a final inspection should be made. Check for unusual noises, excess
exhaust or supply rates and general operations.
HOOD MAINTENANCE
1) Clean the hood canopy inside and out as needed with mild soap and water. Never
use harsh or abrasive cleaners on Stainless Steel or Painted surfaces.
2) Clean the filters and grease cup(s) daily, first washing by hand, and then placing them
into a dishwasher or by steam cleaning.
** Handle the Grease filters carefully **
WARRANTY
Halton Company warrants all P2 hoods for a period of 12 months from date of shipment to
be without defects in workmanship and material. Omissions or defects will be replaced or
repaired at Halton’s option. Halton will not accept labor charges without prior approval.
GENERAL INSTALLATION
Upon receipt of the Halton hood, inspect it immediately for any shipping damage and notify
carrier immediately if damage is found. Halton will not accept responsibility for any shipping
damage, but will assist with getting a claim filed if needed.
There are no instructions contained within this manual for installation or maintenance of fan
packages. See appropriate manufacturer’s manual for detailed instructions.
It is the responsibility of the installing contractor to see that the system installation is
completed in accordance with the project plans and specifications and that it meets all specific
requirements of local code officials. The local authority having jurisdiction could overrule
some of the installation details written in this manual. The installation shall be in accordance
with NFPA-96. All electrical systems shall be installed following local and national codes.
It is very important that the system be turned over to the owner in the best condition possible.
The owner and/or operator should be instructed in the proper operation, care and maintenance
of the system.
If questions or complications should arise during the installation of the Halton hood that cannot
be solved using the instructions, please contact Halton office at 1-800-442-5866.
EXHAUST AIRFLOWS
Because the exhaust airflows rates were established under controlled laboratory conditions,
please see submittal drawings or contact the manufacturer for exhaust air flow rates.
Continuous product improvement is a Halton policy, therefore specifications
and design are subject to change without notice.
101 Industrial Drive
Scottsville, KY 42164
800-442-5866
Please visit us on the web at www.haltoncompany.com and “Help us Help You”
by taking a moment to complete the customer survey to Help us improve your
experience with our products.
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