The Cooktop Low-Profile Wall Hoods (CTEWH) have been discontinued. Limited quantities of these models may be available through a local Sub-Zero and Wolf dealer . Wolf introduced new styles of cooktop ventilation in April 2014. Learn more. Behind the contemporary lines of the new Wolf cooktop low-profile hoods, there's a lot of hard-nosed functional thinking. Brilliant halogen lighting illuminates your cooking surface. Powerful multi-speed blowers whisk away smoke and odors. Available in three widths, low-profile wall hoods are classic stainless steel with a black glass front panel and are recommended for use with Wolf induction, electric and gas cooktops and integrated modules.
- Heavy-duty stainless steel construction with classic stainless steel finish.
- Telescopic flue fits 8' to 9' ceilings.
- Front-mounted electronic controls with digital indicator and four-speed blower control.
- Sealed halogen lighting with three settings.
- Internal, in-line and remote blower options.
- Internal blower (I) models can be used in a non-ducted application using an accessory charcoal recirculating filter.
- Heat sentry feature automatically turns unit on when heat is sensed and automatically adjusts blower speed.
- Delay-off mode automatically turns unit off.
- Stainless steel filter cover with dishwashersafe aluminum mesh filter.
- Filter clean indicator lets you know when the filter needs cleaning.
- Transition with backdraft damper included.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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