Appearance Blower Type: Internal Color: Stainless Steel Mounting Type: Under Cabinet Style: Canopy Pro Style Type: Hood Venting Type: Ducted
Dimensions Depth: 25" Height: 46 3/4" Width: 42"
Features Approved for Outdoor Use: No CFM: 600 Dishwasher Safe Filters: Yes Halogen Lighting: Yes Lighting Levels: 2 Speeds: 3
Technical Details Amps: 15 Energy Star Rated: No Voltage: 120 Volts
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42" Under Cabinet Canopy Hood with 600 CFM Internal Blower, 4 Halogen Cooktop Lights, Commercial-Style Design, Auto-On Sensor, 3-Speed Fan and Dishwasher-Safe Heavy-Duty Baffle Filters
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This hood at full power with 3 speed ventilation and 600 CFM exhaust make it ideal for higher BTU ratings found on KitchenAid gas and duel fuel ranges. The four halogen lights enhance visibility over the cooking surface on this sleekly designed under-the-cabinet hood, while the Auto-On Sensor helps keep a fresh kitchen environment by turning on the vent when it senses excess heat. Also, the heavy-duty baffle filters remove grease and odors as they're drawn through the hood.
600 CFM Pro Motor ensures reliable performance to handle the requirements of high-power gas burners
3-speed fan control provides three different fan speeds with a concealed slider control
Halogen cooktop lights provide increased visibility with brighter, more natural light
Standard and night light settings provide lighting options
Dishwasher-safe heavy-duty baffle filters remove grease and odors as they're drawn through the hood
Automatic turn on helps keep a fresh kitchen environment by turning on the vent when it senses excess heat