Many times, it’s the out-of-the-way places that are neglected the most, which is certainly true of the restaurant flue. Every commercial kitchen needs a powerful and functional exhaust system called a flue. The flue has an important job to do in expelling smoke, gas, oil residue, grease vapors, and airborne food particles from your kitchen to ensure that you and your workers enjoy a healthy and sanitary working environment.
The reality is that not every vented element that passes through a flue is completely flushed out. Just as with a house’s chimney, materials are left behind that stick to the sides, leading to the need for regular cleaning to prevent problems.