Width: 70 cm
- 900m3/h extraction rate
- 65dB noise level
- Extracts or recirculates
- Four speeds
- Electronic push button controls
- Two halogen lights
- Washable stainless steel grease filters
- Programmable switch-off timer
- Automatic speed control
- Filter cleaning alarm Show More
incl. VAT & delivery
Outstanding quality is what sets Steel apart from other premium brands. There is nothing at all wrong with Britannia, Falcon or Bertazzoni, but a range cooker or hood from Steel bears more comparison with a brand like Wolf, towards the top end of the scale. Built using a combination of traditional hand-finishing and modern automation, every Steel product is conceived and constructed by people who really do care, using heavy duty high-grade stainless steel and top notch components. This resulting build quality is second-to-none, and the overall feel of integrity makes cooking a real pleasure. A small family-run business established in 1922, Steel is based in the heart of Italys Modena county, where both food and engineering are passionate pursuits. If you love cooking and share Steels obsession for attention to detail, you will not regret putting one of these superb cookers in your kitchen.
|Additional Features||Automatic shut-off timer, Automatic speed control, Filter cleaning alarm|
|Max Air Capacity (m3/h)||900|
|Max Noise Level (dBA)||65|
|Height Min (mm)||700|
|Height Max (mm)||1000|
|Mounting Height (mm)||650 minimum (700 - 750 recommended)|
|External Extraction||Yes, 15cm diameter ducting kit required (from B&Q or similar)|
|Recirculating||Yes, charcoal filters required separately|
Product codes relating to this model:GK70
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