To understand that there is no cookie-cutter approach to grease containment or hinging.
In a perfect world, if all exhaust systems were installed with a proper grease containment system or proper hinge or built to NFPA 96 Standards, it would make it easier to have a cookie-cutter scenario to every ventilation system.
Unfortunately, that is rarely the case, so it is important to keep in mind that just ordering one hinge or one grease containment system is not always the best choice. The variance in rooftops and fans requires special attention to have the proper containment and compliant hinging solution.
Make sure that when you are installing a containment system and a hinge, that the hinge you’re installing is engineered to NFPA 96 Standards with a service hold open retainer. Also ensure that the grease containment system matches the grease output.