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Heavy duty; NFPA approved; IMPORTANT!; "Height" is measured by the direction of the baffles; Actual height and width are 1/2" shorter than nominal dimension; Baffles must be installed in the vertical or height position; Frame and baffles are one piece so that baffle can not come loose; Frame has "can rolled" edge for extra durability
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Advantages of Aluminum, Galvanized or Stainless

Obviously Stainless Steel would have aesthetic advantage but are there any other pros or cons with aluminum versus galvanized?
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Aluminum is corrosion resistant, but dents easily. The price fluctuates with this material, depending on the current price of aluminum.

Galvanized is strong, but not the most aesthetically pleasing. It can corrode, so soaking this type of metal needs to be taken with precaution.

Stainless Steel, though the most expensive option, is the strongest material in this list, making it the most dent resistant. It is also the least corrosive and the most stain resistant. it's also easier to clean and sanitize.

Certain city/county health codes only see one style as compliant; in other words, you’ll want to check your local codes to see if there is a certain metal type you need to stick with.

Lastly, keep in mind that if you have an open kitchen (often times for appearance) the mirror finish of steel/aluminum is best for show.
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