46 3/8" M Series Wall Mount Liner Insert Stainless Steel

Ventahood M46SLDSS

Features

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

Quick Specs

  • Type: Hood Inserts
  • Width: 46 1/2"
  • Height: 12 1/2"
  • Depth: 19 1/4"
  • Energy Star Rated: No

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The MSLD model is intended for use over standard cooking equipment. Click on the models for a list of our base model numbers for standard sizes. Features a corrosion resistant canopy and a stainless steel fascia assembly. All liners in this series are 19 1/4" deep. Recommended mounting height is 24" - 27" above the cooking surface. PLEASE NOTE, TWO BLOWER OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE. M600 [630 CFM] AND M1200 [1035 CFM].

Features

  • Quietest at all speeds
  • Easiest to Clean
  • Patented Filterless Design
  • Inherently Fire Safe
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • SensaSource® heat detection
WIDTH : 46 3/8"
DEPTH : 19 1/4"
HEIGHT : 12 1/2"
CFM : (Chart A)
SONES : N/A
Amps : (Chart B)
Num. Lights : 3
(Chart A) Electrical/Mechanical Specifications For Blower Unit
Model M600 Single
Volts 115
Amps* 5.0
Hz 60
CFM SP@0.0" 630
CFM SP@0.1" 625
CFM SP@0.25" 615
CFM SP@0.5" 600
CFM SP@0.75" 580
Min. Round Duct Size 6" (28in.^2)
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Model M600 w/WHM300 Harness
Volts 115
Amps* 5.0
Hz 60
CFM SP@0.0" 302
CFM SP@0.1" 300
CFM SP@0.25" 295
CFM SP@0.5" 288
CFM SP@0.75" 278
Min. Round Duct Size 6" (28in.^2)
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Model M1200 Dual
Volts 115
Amps* 10.0
Hz 60
CFM SP@0.0" 1035
CFM SP@0.1" 1015
CFM SP@0.25" 1000
CFM SP@0.5" 995
CFM SP@0.75" 915
Min. Round Duct Size 10" (79in.^2)

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Hood Inserts

  • Dimensions

  • Width: 46 1/2"
  • Height: 12 1/2"
  • Depth: 19 1/4"

  • Features

  • Energy Star Rated: No

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