THE LOW volume ROOF -TOP GREASE CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS 

Complete Kitchen Hood cleaning service.

DFW CERTIFIED HOOD CLEANING, Sells, Installs and Services the Low Volume Restaurant Grease Containment System From DROPLOC.  The Low Volume System is designed for restraunt exhaust fans that do not create a significant amount of grease, but still demand quality rooftop grease containment solution. The Low Volume System has the custom manufactured filter inside the box.  After the initial installation of the Low Volume System / Box, only the filter needs to be replaced depending on the volume of grease created by the exhaust fan.  The pillows/filters are inexpensive making this option a great solution for your restaurants.

1. Meets NFPA 96 standard guidelines
2. Environmentally/EPA friendly
3. Encapsulates grease discharge
4. Impervious to rain water
5. Helps to maintain roof warranty
6. Helps eliminate fire hazard
7. Helps eliminate slip hazard

Dallas Restaurant Hood Cleaning Services.

214-697-1342​

DFW CERTIFIED HOOD CLEANING LLC. 6517 ELKHURST DR. PLANO, TX 75923 PH. 214-697-1342.

Low Volume Restaurant Grease Containment System.

​​100% satisfaction guarAnteed.

​​24 x 7 service & emergency service.

DFW CERTIFIED HOOD CLEANING SERVES INDEPENDENT AND FINE DINING ESTABLISHMENTS AS WELL AS QUICK SERVICE RESTAURANTS – (QSR) / FAST CASUAL CHAINS AND MORE.  OUR FLEXIBLE BUSINESS APPROACH TO CUSTOMER RELATIONS ALLOWS US TO ADAPT TO THE VARYING NEEDS OF OUR CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS.  WE DELIVER THE EXACT SERVICE YOU NEED WHEN NEED IT, 24 X 7 365 DAY'S A YEAR.

certified, trained, insured technicians.

Roof-Top Grease Containment
NFPA Fire Code #96: 7.8.2.1 
“Rooftop termination shall be arranged with or provided with the following:
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4) The ability to drain grease out of any traps or low points formed in the fan or duct near the termination of the system into a collection container that is noncombustible, closed, rainproof, and structurally sound for the service to which it is applied and that will not sustain combustion
(5) A grease collection device that is applied to exhaust systems that does not inhibit the performance of any fan

NFPA Fire Code #96: 8.1.1.3
“Upblast fans shall have a drain directed to a readily accessible and visible grease receptacle not to exceed 3.8 L (1 gal).

hoods cleaned to nfpa 96 standards.

State of the art cleaning equipment.