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Broan RM523004 Range Master Range Hood, Stainless Steel, 30-Inch Reviews

October 16, 2011

Broan RM523004 Range Master Range Hood, Stainless Steel, 30-Inch

  • 270 CFM 120 Volts 3.1 Amps
  • Multi-speed slide control with Heat Sentry that detects excessive heat and adjusts blower speed to high automatically
  • Stainless Steel
  • Ducted/non-ducted telescopic flue accommodates ceiling heights from 8 to 9 feet. Extension flues for higher ceilings are also available
  • Install hood so that the bottom of the unit is 24 to 30-Inch above the cooking surface and mounting height is determined by ceiling height

Broan-NuTone RM523004 30 Inch Chimney Range Hood, Stainless SteelSince their beginning in 1932, Broan has pioneered many of the product innovations now established as standards of the industry. Today, Broan carries on the commitment to provide the finest products in the industry.This wall-mounted Chimney hood combines graceful curves and traditional European styling. The 52000 Series is engineered to meet the requirements of todays’ highly styled, conventional appliances and kitchens. Its 370 CFM centrifugal blower and multispeed control provide quiet, effective performance. Halogen lighting accentuates the beauty of a fully enclosed bottom containing dishwasher-safe filters.Broan-NuTone RM523004 30 Inch Chimney Range Hood, Stainless Steel Features:; Chimney Hoods Broan Elite – RM52000 (Rangemaster); 30″ Stainless Steel Chimney Hood – 370 CFM; Multispeed slide control; Two 20-watt halogen lamps provided; Dishwasher-safe aluminum filters feature a quick-release latch and professional-style appearance; Ducted/non-ducted telescopic flue accommodates ceiling heights from 8 to 9 feet.Extension flues for higher ceilings are also available for ducted and non-ducted applications; Requires separate purchase of a non-ducted kit (RRK51) for indoor exhaust recirculation; Install hood so that the bottom of the unit is 24 to 30 inches above cooking surface; Heat Sentry adjusts speed of blower to high in case of excess heat; 120 Volts.3.1 Amps.370 CFM.6″ RD Duct.

List Price: $ 950.00

Price: $ 548.55

Ventless Range Hoods – Discover the New In Thing in Kitchen Design

Range hoods are designed to keep bad smells, grease and other nasty particles produced within the cooking process out of the air that is circulated through your kitchen and home. The overriding aim is to keep heat, smoke and odor from escaping out of the hood and back into your home. However this is not the only consideration given to the hood selection, nowadays ventless hood design is so sophisticated and stylish that you can make your kitchens range hood the focal point of your entire kitchen design.

What Are Ventless Range Hoods

Traditionally a range hood consists of a circulation unit housed above your oven, cooktop or stove with a duct (think of a chimney) used to transport the odors, particles and grease in the air to the outside world. A ventless hood as its name might suggest does not incorprate the duct carrying the polluted air outside of your house, rather it relies on a filtration system to filter the nasties out of the air before recirculating the cleaned air back into your kitchen.

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Ventless hoods come in a number of different styles including:
Wall Mounted
Under-Cabinet Mount
Chimney Style
Island Mounted

Why Would You Want a Ventless Range Hood?

The main reason why people tend to upgrade to ventless hoods is because of their space saving design. Normally the duct or vent of the rangehood runs all the way from the range through your ceiling and out of your rooftop. These vents take up a huge amount of room, are bulky and more often than not are hideously ugly, ruining the ambiance and style of even the most well though out and executed kitchen designs.

By installing a ductless hood you are able to save yourself space whilst at the same time creating a kitchen design masterpiece that your friends and family will be truly envious of. One more reason why ductless hoods are a good idea is the fact that they reduce some of the burden on the environment. Generally the polluted air is pumped straight out of your house into the environment. However with a ventless hood this polluted air is trapped within a filter which is cleaned by you and disposed of in a more ecologically friendly manner.

More Information About Ventless Range Hoods

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If you want to learn more about Ventless Range Hoods then you should visit www.ventlessrangehoods.net. This site details everything you could ever need to know about the selection, operation and installation of ventless range hoods.

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Question by Aglease: Anyone have info on windster range hoods?
We are looking to buy a range hood and have come across one that we like and the specs fit our needs. However, I can’t find reviews anywhere on this product. Anyone out there have any info on this brand? Good, bad, great? Please let me know.

Best answer:

Answer by photomyrna
I have searched , but failed to find any reviews. They must be a fairly new product that you will have to wait for any feedback from consumers!~

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