40 3/8" 300 CFM Wall Mount Liner Insert Stainless Steel

Ventahood BH140SLDSS

Features

  • Quietest at all speeds
  • Easiest to Clean
  • Patented Filterless Design
  • Inherently Fire Safe

Quick Specs

  • Type: Hood Inserts
  • Width: 40 3/8"
  • Height: 12"
  • Depth: 19 1/4"
  • Energy Star Rated: No

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The standard ventilation of the BHSLD model is intended for use over standard cooking equipment. Click on the models for a list of our base model numbers for standard sizes; simply select the model you need, and then specify the finish [painted or stainless steel]. All liners in this series are 19 1/4" deep. Recommended mounting height is 24" - 27" above the cooking surface. All Vent-A-Hood products are suitable for use in damp locations [outdoor applications such as a covered patio] when installed in a GFCI protected branch circuit.

Features

  • Quietest at all speeds
  • Easiest to Clean
  • Patented Filterless Design
  • Inherently Fire Safe
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • SensaSource® heat detection
WIDTH : 40 3/8"
DEPTH : 19 1/4"
HEIGHT : 12"
CFM : 300
SONES : 5.4
Amps : 2.5
Num. Lights : 2
ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR BLOWER UNIT
Model B100 Single
Volts 115
Amps+ 2.5
Hz 60
RPM 1550
CFM SP@0.0" 300
Equiv. CFM$ 450
CFM SP@0.1" 273
CFM SP@0.2" 245
CFM SP@0.3" 225
Min. Round Duct Size 6" (28 sq. in.)
Sones# 5.4

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Hood Inserts

  • Dimensions

  • Width: 40 3/8"
  • Height: 12"
  • Depth: 19 1/4"

  • Features

  • Energy Star Rated: No

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