Wall-mounted chimney extractor
Notice de montage
d'une hotte-cheminée murale
Instrucciones de montaje
Campana extractora para fijar a la pared
11 – 14
The installation of the hood above
gas cooking devices, at a minimum
height of 30” – Fig. 1 – is permitted
provided that the following
nominal heat loads (Hs) are not exceeded:
❑ Gas cooktops
Load of one burner
max. 04,5 kW
Load of all burners max. 14,1 kW
❑ Gas glass-ceramic cooktop
The data on nominal heat loads do not
apply to gas glass-ceramic hotplates.
Be sure to observe the instructions
provided by the manufacturer of the
Always turn hood ON when cooking at
Burners should not be operated
without an appropriate cooking vessel in
place over the burners.
Your hood has a thermal overload
which will automatically shut off the motor if
it becomes overheated. The motor will
restart when it cools down. If the motor
continues to shut off and restart, please
have the hood serviced.
The smaller the gap between hood and
cooking appliance, the greater the
likelihood that rising steam will cause
condensation to form on the hood.
Before reading these instructions, please fold out the pages at the back with the illustrations.
Suitable for use in residential cooking
Always mount the hood over the center
of the cooking surface.
Distance between cooking surface and
bottom edge of hood. Should be min 30”
Additional notes concerning cooking
The relevant regulations and installation
notes provided by the manufacturer of the
gas cooker must be observed in all cases.
The hood may be installed next to only
one full-height cupboard or high wall.
Gap to be at least 2”.
Prior to installation
Exhaust-air mode Fig. 2
The exhaust air is discharged upwards
through a ventilation duct or directly
through the outside wall into the open.
D Exhaust air should neither be directed
into a smoke or exhaust