(Model No. AGF1500Pro-2)
A Grade Finish Rangehoods have been engineered and designed specifically for your BBQ area. They are not only deeper than other rangehoods on the market, they are wider as well allowing them to capture a much larger area eliminating smoke and grease build up through our 50mm thick commercial grade honeycombe grease filters.
The dual roof mount fans on the AGF1500Pro-2 sits outside the roof line, leading to an almost silent operation with an impressive suction capacity of 6400m3 per hour.
NOTE: Should you require a horizontal flue (venting out the rear or side of the unit), the motors will need to be placed inside the rangehood and will run louder than the outside roof fan due to the closer proximity. Should you require this option please contact us directly on (03) 9355 7100.
1500mm x 850mm x 896-1500mm (WxDxH)
Features / Inclusions:
- Telescopic flue
- 304 stainless steel construction
- 2 x Super quiet roof mount fan
- Massive commercial suction running at 6400m3 per hour
- 3 x 50mm thick commercial honeycomb filters
- 3 speed switch with auto shut off timer
- 4 x 35 watt halogen globes
- 10A (3 pin plug)
- Energy efficient
- 1 x Y piece
- 2 x solid 300mm diameter ducts 1m long
- 2 x 300mm diameter flexi duct (5m long each)
- 2 year warranty
*Roof flashing not included please refer to our online store to add correct flashing for your roof type.
Australian engineered to last and outperform.
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Don’t settle for second best!
Our rangehoods are built strong, built to work well and above all else last the test of time 🙌
Come see us at the Melbourne Home Show and secure your bbq and rangehood package in time for those summer barbies 🍻
Don't settle for second best! Our rangehoods are built strong, built to work well and above all else last the test of time 🙌Come see us at the Melbourne Home Show and secure your bbq and rangehood package in time for those summer barbies 🍻
Posted by A Grade Finish Canopies on Wednesday, 16 August 2017