BBQ Extractor

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  1. Hudson1984

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    Hi all,

    so i'm currently building a roofed pergola.

    under a section of it I intend to put my charcoal BBQ and gas pizza oven.

    I had intended to get a couple of hatches, that completely open and position them above the bbq for when it's in use. But wondered if i'd be better served with an extractor - at least then it'll actually suck the air up and out.

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    so in the back corner, where the wood is currently stacked is where i'm intending to put a cooking area. I'll be putting 16mm polycarb roofing on it this weekend but want to look at other options for extraction.

    I mean you can get bbq huts that purely have a hole in the roof, but want to be a little sensible (despite wanting to bbq under a roof!)

    anyone know of a decent outdoor extractor that it's £3000
     
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  3. Harry Bloomfield

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    An un-powered cooker hood, directly over the heat source, should work. The rising heated air will naturally flow up and out once it gets going.
     
  4. Hudson1984

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    hmm ok, see that's the thing.. A rooflight/hatch is £250, now I don't might getting it but if I'm then buying an extractor too I may as well just cut one hole for the vent and be done with it..

    will look into some kitchen hoods.

    https://www.ecanopy.co.uk/BBQ-Extractor-Hood-1500mm-Motor

    this is my best find so far... but it's a big investment.
     
  5. Harry Bloomfield

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    It doesn't need to be elaborate, just a large enough SS box to collect, then a pipe up and out. Rising heat will do the rest. Our BBQ is against a wall, with a 3" gap at the top, below a roof.
     
  6. Hudson1984

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    happen to have a photo? be great to see an example.
     
  7. yorkspark

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    whats the plan for the boiler flue, all the gases will be trapped under the new polycarbonate roof and be blown all over your guests etc and through your windows
     
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