KOBE INX27 Series built-in / insert range hood is available in 30" and 36". This range hood is beautifully handcrafted with 20-gauge commercial grade stainless steel and will fit with custom cabinetry without the need for a liner. High performance with 550 CFM Internal Blower and operates quietly at 2.0 sone on QuietMode. It is equipped with 3-speed mechanical push button, dishwashersafe baffle filters & aluminum mesh filters, and LED Lights. Optional liner INL36211A (35-1/8") is available to purchase for 30" hood only.
- SERIES - INX27 SQB-700-2
- QuietMode™ - At 157 CFM, this unique feature allows the KOBE range hood to operate at a reduced sound level of 61 decibels (2.0 sone).
- Blower Type - Single Horizontal Squirrel Cage
- Speed / Control - 3-Speed / Mechanical Push Button
- CFM / Sone - 157 / 2.0 / QuietMode™, 277 / 4.5 / Low, 550 / 7.0 / High
- Exhaust - Top 6" Round
- Light - The hood is equipped with 3W LED lights.
- Attractive Appearance - This powerful built-in range hood is designed to fit flush with the bottom of a cabinet.
- Easy to Clean - KOBE's unique design, which includes easy to empty catch areas and smooth hood surface, lets you clean the fans without disassembling the hood.
- Quality - Parts are checked for defects and designed for trouble free long term use.
- Easy to Install - Our special design makes installation fast and easy.
- Color - Commercial Grade Stainless Steel
- Optional Accessories - Liner: INL36211A (available for 30" only), Stainless Steel Back Splash:, 30" Stainless Steel Back Splash - Model No.: SSP30, 36" Stainless Steel Back Splash - Model No.: SSP36
||Mechanical Push Button
||550 CFM Internal Blower
||Aluminum , Baffle
||Built In / Insert
||Top 6" Round
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