Inspection of Commercial Kitchen Systems Test

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1)

How far from a wooden parapet or possible roof-line of the same building can the fan be located?

2)

How much grease can be collected under a utility fan?

3)

Mesh filters are not allowed as part of any kitchen Type I exhaust system.

4)

All of the following are ways to reduce clearances to combustibles EXCEPT?

5)

Where ducting goes through a ceiling or near any combustible surface, they must have a minimum clearance of:

6)

Aluminum filters are NOT allowed as part of any kitchen exhaust system.

7)

What is NFPA #96's frequency of inspection for cleanliness of solid fuel cooking operation?

8)

Solid cooking fuel is:

9)

According to NFPA #96: "Filters shall be installed at an angle of not less than ____ degrees from horizontal."

10)

According to NFPA #96, in a solid fuel char-broiler system, how many inches from the cooking surfaces must a grease removal device be?

11)

According to NFPA #96, hoods made of carbon steel must be 16 gauge.

12)

NFPA expects that ducts shall be constructed of, and supported by, stainless steel not less than ____ gauge metal

13)

Proper hinging of the up-blast fan makes it convenient for cleaning and inspection, but is not required by NFPA #96.

14)

NFPA stipulates that access should be made to an in-line fan, or to a fan that has duct-work connected to both intake and exhaust ends:

15)

In NFPA #96, properly installed up-blast fan assemblies require all of the following except:

16)

According to NFPA, when installing access in horizontal sections of duct-work the edge of the opening shall not be less than ___ inches from the outside edge of the duct.

17)

According to NFPA #96 5-1.2, flexible canvas collars between the fan and duct:

18)

According to the NFPA code: "Exhaust hoods with fire-actuated water systems shall be serviced every ____ months."

19)

Both IMC and NFPA allow filter-type canopy hoods to operate without filters:

20)

As stated in NFPA, if opening in enclosure walls are necessary, they shall be approved in accordance with NFPA 80.

21)

NFPA says: For hoods with dampers, access panels for cleaning/inspection shall be provided in the duct or hood collar. This access panel shall be within __ inches of the damper.

22)

An "Air Pollution Control Device" is:

23)

NFPA dictates that all of the following be "continuous welded" EXCEPT:

24)

According to NFPA, the certificate of inspection or cleaning:

25)

Access panels must be installed at every 90 degree turn in an exhaust system.

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