Product code: 86671136
- Bosch DWA66DM50B Chimney Cooker Hood installation guide
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A chimney hood with an attractive curved glass and brushed steel design. Change the desired extraction power level settings or turn the light on or off with the TouchSelect control bar. An impressive extraction rate of 340 m3/h under normal use or 600 m3/h ensures this hood will have your kitchen odour free in no time.
Please note: Your cooker hood should be installed by a qualified engineer. Designed for wall mounting. Ducted and recirculation hoods require metal grease filters to filter grease and other solid particles out of the extracted air. Clean them once a month, either by hand or dishwasher, to keep them operating properly.
- Airflow Rate
- Normal use 340 m³/h; Intensive 600 m³/h
- Cooker Hood Type
- H61.7-94.7/61.7-105.7 x W60 x D48.8cm
- Ducting diameter
Diameter of the ducting hose you'll need
- Energy Rating
Graded on performance, from A+++ to G, with A+++ being the highest rating. Higher ratings mean better energy efficiency
- Manufacturer Part Number (MPN)
- Minimum hob clearance
Minimum hob clearance
Minimum safety height required above the hob, primarily for extractor hoods and fans or flammable materials like wood or wallpaper. Please measure this carefully, as hobs can only be installed where a safe level of clearance is present
- Electric 55cm / Gas 65cm
- Noise Level
How noisy, in decibels, the machine is. The lower the dB, the quieter the appliance. A human voice in normal conversation is approximately 60dB, while an alarm clock might be 80dB
- Quiet Mark
- Vent Type
- Extraction and Recirculation
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