Absolute black

Downdraft hood

DHD7261B
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Extraction and preparation are perfectly timed. This 120 cm downdraft extractor hood is compatible with all Collection hobs and domino sets. During installation, the motor is concealed beneath the counter, leaving only the subdued black glass surface visible. The unit is exceptionally unobtrusive, both in terms of its discrete appearance and its quiet operation.

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For Extraction and Cooking that are Perfectly in Tune
Its innovative design is met with astonishment and admiration. The downdraft hood sits directly next to the hob, exposing nothing but a plain flat surface in delicate, deep black glass.
LED Lighting
This type of lighting uses about 85% less electricity than halogen bulbs and lasts 20 times longer. Its soft diffusion produces an atmosphere that's good for helping you see what you're doing as you do it.
Delayed Stop Function
This system has been designed to totally eradicate any residual postcooking vapours. The hood continues to function for ten minutes after the last speed is selected, then turns itself off automatically.
Main Specifications
Type of hoods: 
Downdraft Hood
Output air extraction (m3/h): 
800
Width (cm): 
120
Control panel
Type of control: 
Electronic
Lighting
Number of lights: 
1
Light position: 
Centre
Lighting power (W): 
9
Performances
Number of speed positions: 
4
Max evacuation sound level (dBA): 
41
Filtering
Référence du kit de recyclage: 
AK912AE1
Number of filters: 
2
Optional accessories: 
Charcoal Filter
Dimensions
Dimensions of product HxWxD (mm): 
7.5 x 1160 x 120
Dimensions of the niche HxWxD (mm): 
730 x 1085 x 343
Dimensions of the packed product HxWxD (mm): 
415 x 1310 x 875
Gross weight (kg): 
56
Net weight (kg): 
45
Connections
Voltage (V): 
220-240
Frequency (Hz): 
50/60
Current (A): 
10
Connection rating (W): 
284

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