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Viking Range Hoods
Following up the full production of their renowned ranges, Viking introduced range hoods to the product line in 1987. Since then, Viking range hoods have continued to enhance the kitchen experience with their awarding winning design and modern innovations.
Birthed in the heart of Italy, the Tuscany Series feature wall mounted hoods that come in matching finishes to coordinate with their freestanding ranges. The unique integration of downdraft hoods and bold look of island mount hoods from the Professional 5 Series will serve as functional design piece in your cook space. Widths vary from a standard 30" to an expansive 66", perfectly pairing with ranges and cooktops.
Walking into a smoggy kitchen from culinary creations will be the least of your worries with chimney style range hoods having up to an impressive 1500 CFM extraction rate. Many feature variable speeds for precise power control, while a few allow you to easily select the appropriate power level from one of the 4 fan speeds. Built-in temperature sensors will activate the ventilator to full power if cooking temperatures reach uncomfortable levels.
Not only will Viking range hoods clear the air, select units use halogen and LED lights to illuminate every juicy detail of your delicious creations. A warming shelf panel accessory (sold separately) is a great addition to Viking range hoods, providing a base for finished dishes to stay warm under the heat lamps. Warming shelves can also be used to stylishly hang cooking utensils while making them easily attainable.
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