[KBIS 2008 Review]
Besides hood prototypes from the previous post, Faber also showcased new traditional style hoods which are available for purchase.
The stainless steel Stilo wall hood has simple lines and modern minimalist styling, and now offers new 30″ and 48″ models. This wall canopy range hood features 600 cfm PRO motor and silent Kit noise reduction, keeping noise levels within sone range of 3.5 – 6.5. Available in 24″, 30″, 36″ and 48″ widths with 2 halogen lights for 24″ and 30″ models and 3 for 36″ and 48″ hoods. 3-speed push button controls, stainless steel baffle filters, Easy Cube mounting system and 6″ round duct. Convertible to ductless installation.
This island version of Stilo, Isola has 4 halogen lights for both 36″ and new 48″ model. Otherwise it is identical with wall mounted Stilo.
Dama is a new traditional style wall canopy range hood that comes in 30″ and 36″ models with 2 halogen lights, 3-speed push button controls, stainless steel baffle filters, Easy Cube mounting system and 6″ round duct. Designed to offer a high end decorative look and convertible to ductless, the stainless steel Dama offers two motors – the 280 cfm standard or 600 cfm PRO motor.
The Scirocco downdraft is perfect for island installations, where an overhead canopy would be obstructive, or wall installations where cabinet space is at a premium. Available in 30″ and 36″ with stainless steel top trim or optional black or white trims, this downdraft vent comes with safety micro switches on the grease filters which prevent it from lowering when grease filters are not installed. Spring secured top trim pops off automatically if an object or finger obstructs its path. Momentary delay up/down button prevents the unit from raising or lowering when cleaning the top trim. Can be connected to an outside remote blower. 8.25″ intake, variable speed control, dishwasher safe grease filters, four way venting and sone range of 3.5 – 6.5. Available with 500 cfm internal or 900 cfm remote blower with 3.25″ x 10″ internal or 10″ remove duct. Faber.