I have a center cockpit sloop
with a large chase in the combing located directly above the stove.
I am removing a forced air heater that vents out the side of the combing and was thinking the empty hole left from the exhaust
is right above the stove. what a great spot to locate a range hood vent.
the forced air heater is being replaced with a hydronic heater in a better location below decks. no more inefficent down draft
I am looking for ideas or products that will work for the install. I have looked at RV range hoods similar to what you would find in a house, but the exhaust
location is in the wrong spot, either out the back or out the top in the back.
I don't want grease dripping from it so it needs to have a grease filter and needs to be made of a non corrosive metal or plastic.
I can always vent with a engine
blower and a clamshell vent, but the grease filter and interior
fitting is the dificult part.
thanks for any ideas you can offer