Your hood filters aren’t holding up their end of the deal. It’s not their fault, they’re just not built to absorb grease. Grease Lock is.
Grease is an inevitable part of kitchen life. You’ve been dealing with it the same way for years — with metal hood filters that need to be soaked and scrubbed nightly and regular visits from third-party hood cleaners.
But traditional hood filters are built to block flames, not grease. Scrubbing filters isn’t the best use of an employee’s time. And shutting the kitchen down for third-party hood cleaners is dirty and disruptive. There’s a better way.
Grease Lock commercial hood filters are engineered to absorb and block up to 98% of airborne grease — keeping your hoods and flues cleaner, longer.
Grease happens. Grease Lock blocks it.
Nearly 6,000 restaurant fires are recorded annually in the U.S. with a loss of more than $165 million in fire-related property damage. Grease Lock fire-resistant hood filters reduce the amount of grease that gets into your exhaust system, protecting your investment from fire.
But probably not. With Grease Lock airborne grease filtration, your employees spend less time cleaning and — with up to 75% fewer hood cleanings — you spend less time dealing with third-party hood cleaners.
Grease Lock disposable filter pad is disposable and compostable. With a built-in filter pad life indicator, knowing when to change the filter has never been easier. Simply toss the used filter pad into the garbage or compost bin when it’s used up.
Food Equipment Sanitation Requirement
Food Equipment Materials Toxicology
Listed under File # 3177581SAT-001
Permits use of Grease Lock disposable filters in the 5 boroughs of New York City
Standard for Grease Filters for Commercial and Institutional Kitchen Exhaust Systems (Canada)
Standard for Grease Filters for Exhaust Ducts