Smeg CLASSIC992 90cm Under Cupboard Rangehood
The P992 extraction/filtering unit is suitable for very varied installations.
An island or wall-mounted canopy can be designed incorporating these
rangehoods. Consider, as well, one of these units for a difficult situation
such as a corner or, when renovating, the overhead cabinet widths are
not the normal 60cm or 90cm, making more conventional rangehoods
impractical. The completely concealed design might alone be the sole
aspect of a decor solution.
Highly-efficient air extraction of up to 740m³/hr ensures the very swift
removal of cooking vapours, odours and heat. The higher speed
selections are perfect for the more vigorous styles of cooking such as stir
frying, griddle cooking and boiling, the lower speeds at the touch of a
button are perfect for simmers.
44 to 65 dBA. The motor/impellor encasements are smooth-walled
to minimise air drag and, hence, noise. All metal joins are welded to
Thermal overload protection on motor, fire retardant hardened metal and
mesh, VO self-extinguishing plastic for motor housing and internal flue.
No tools required — easy lift-out pair of grease filters for washing.
Direct ducting to atmosphere ensures the maximum removal of grease/
oil/particle-laden vapour plus the odours and, very importantly, the heat,
resulting in a cleaner, cooler, more comfortable work area.
When the cooking vapours cannot be ducted to atmosphere, the filtered
air can simply be redirected back into the kitchen via a duct pipe
through the overhead cabinetry.
Ideally, a rangehood should run for several minutes after all cooking
is ceased in order to drag through residual vapours and odours. By
selecting the delay stop button at the end of the cooking, the
rangehood will turn the motor off in five minutes as well as the
lights if they were left on.
After 30 hours use the LED window will prompt visually to inspect the
grease filters for possible cleaning. Simply use the Reset button to clear
the LED window.