FILTER4 in by Faber in Norwalk, CT - Charcoal Filters For Inca Smart

Charcoal Filters For Inca Smart

Faber FILTER4

Features

  • Faber FILTER4 Charcoal Air Filter
  • For any hood that is installed directly underneath or inside of a wood hood or cabinet, charcoal filters only are used to recirculate the hood
  • Compatible with Inca Smart Hoods

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The Faber FILTER4 Charcoal Air Filter is compatible with the Inca Smart hood. For any hood that is installed directly underneath or inside of a wood hood or cabinet, charcoal filters only are used to recirculate the hood. A set of 2 filters is the only part that comes in a recirculating kit. Hoods that are recirculating (except the Matrix and Mirror), require a small amount of ductwork to divert the air to the top of the cabinet or the face or side of the soffit. However, the ductwork does not have to exit the home, but rather return the air back into the kitchen. Click here to see a picture of a hood with a recirculating installation.

Features

  • Faber FILTER4 Charcoal Air Filter
  • For any hood that is installed directly underneath or inside of a wood hood or cabinet, charcoal filters only are used to recirculate the hood
  • Compatible with Inca Smart Hoods
General Information
Product Model FILTER4
Product Name FILTER4 Charcoal Air Filter
Product Type Charcoal Air Filter
Miscellaneous
Application/Usage Vent Hood
Compatibility Inca Smart Built In Collection Vent Hood
Item Details
Part Number FILTER4
Category Hoods/Ventilation
UPS Shippable Y
Shipping Weight 3
UPC Code 8015139910962

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