48 inch wide convertible range hood
•Convertible from top or rear venting into non-vented recirculating mode
•Features include two-speed fan, switchable light, and combination aluminum-charcoal filter
•Stainless steel finish for lasting durability
•Made in the USA
SUMMIT is one of the market's leading suppliers of quality range hoods, with solid construction and a wide selection of choices for every kitchen. The H1600 series features our most versatile convertible range hoods that can be used with top or rear venting and easily converted into non-vented (recirculating) mode. These hoods offer the features all customers want, including a two-speed fan, switchable light, and aluminum-charcoal filter. The H1648SS is a 48 inch wide range hood made in a stainless steel finish. Additional units are available in black, white, and bisque and come in 20, 24, 30, 36, and 42 inch widths to match most ranges. All SUMMIT range and shell hoods are made in the U.S.A.
- Stainless steel finish : Durable construction with a modern look
- Two-speed fan : Variable speed for more venitlation options
- Aluminum-charcoal filter : Provides thorough filtering to reduce odors
- Light : Switchable light offers more convenience in your kitchen
- Made in the USA : Solidly constructed for years of use
- More sizes available : Additional sizes include 20", 24", 30", 36" and 42"
|Height of Cabinet
||5.0" (13 cm)
||48.0" (122 cm)
||18.0" (46 cm)
||15.0 lbs. (7 kg)
||17.0 lbs. (8 kg)
|Estimated Time to Ship
||Special order; Call for details
|Parts & Labor Warranty
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