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Built-in hood

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Fully integrated under a 60 cm wall unit, this extractor hood conceals some outstanding functional abilities behind a retractable stainless steel panel. All you have to do is pull it towards you to access the controls and enjoy the full extent of its capabilities.

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The Utmost Discretion
The telescopic hood hides away under a wall cabinet, displaying no outward signs of its functional qualities. Its controls are concealed behind an understated stainless steel front panel - full access is gained by simply pulling it towards you. Its new self-close system ensures smooth and gentle operation.
Saturation Indicator for Grease and Carbon Filters
In order to ensure the hood works at maximum effi ciency, we recommend that grease fi lters are cleaned and the carbon fi lter is changed regularly. This warning light illuminates when grease has built up on the fi lters and they need cleaning or replacing.

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Main Specifications
Type of hoods: 
Built-in / Telescopic hood
Output air extraction (m3/h): 
430
Width (cm): 
60
Control panel
Type of control: 
Mechanical
Boost position: 
Without
Lighting
Number of lights: 
2
Light position: 
Rear
Type of bulb: 
Halogen
Lighting power (W): 
20
Performances
Number of speed positions: 
3
Acoustic power level (recycling) (dBA): 
54.9
Max recycling air extraction (m3/h): 
231
Minimum evacuation sound level (dBA): 
63.3
Max evacuation sound level (dBA): 
67.8
Filtering
Number of filters: 
2
No-return airflow clap: 
Yes
Accessories: 
Characoal filter
Dimensions
Height of product without chimmey (mm): 
161
Dimensions of product HxWxD (mm): 
161X558X276
Dimensions of the packed product HxWxD (mm): 
390X650X230
Gross weight (kg): 
09.88
Net weight (kg): 
08
Connections
Voltage (V): 
220-240
Frequency (Hz): 
50
Current (A): 
16
Connection rating (W): 
300

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