HIB82651UC
42" Box Canopy Island Hood
Benchmark™ Series - Stainless Steel


Stylish Island Hoods Perfectly Complement Island Cooking Installations

MSRP $ 2,799.00

 
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Touch Controls with LCD Display

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Four Speed Touch Controls with LCD Display

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Converts to Recirculation Mode with Accessory Kit (Separate Purchase Required)

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600 CFM Centrifugal Integrated Blower Included

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Dishwasher Safe Filters with Stainless Steel Covers

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  • Product features

      • Design
      • Duct Extension Accessory Kit Available for 9' to 12' Ceilings
        • Performance
        • 4 Halogen Lights - 12 Volt, 20 Watt max., G-4 Base
        • 8" round duct at discharge.
          • Efficiency
          • Blower will automatically turn on at high speed if excessive heat is sensed in the control area.
          • Absorb odors with charcoal replacement filters.
            • Convenience
            • Convenient timer built into control from 1-60 minutes.
            • Signal on LCD display will illuminate as a reminder to check filters for cleaning.
            • Audible tone when select controls are pressed.
               

               

               

               
            • Specifications

              General Properties  
              Gross weight (kg) 51.000 kg
              General Properties  
              Operating Mode Convertable: Ducted / Recirculating
              Number of speed settings 4-stage
              Motor location Integrated motor in hood chimney
              Number of lights 4
              Total power of the lamps (W) 40 W
              Grease filter type Multilayer cassette
              Grease filter material Washable stainless steel
              Certifications  
              Approval certificates CUL, UL
              Installation Requirements  
              Watts (W) 0 W
              Volts (V) 120 V
              Frequency (Hz) 60 Hz
              Plug type No plug
              Dimensions & Weight  
              Overall appliance dimensions (HxWxD) (in) 29 13/16" - 45 5/16" / 29 13/16" - 50 5/16 " x 42 1/16" x 27''
              Product packaging dimensions (HxWxD) (in) 23.25 x 46.99 x 33.49
              Height of the chimney (in) 27 7/16" - 42 7/8"/27 7/16" - 47 7/8"
              Required distance above cooktop/ranges 24"/27"
              Diameter of air duct (in) top 8
              Net weight (lbs) 101 lbs
              Gross weight (lbs) 113 lbs
               
              • How to get a new Use & Care Guide for an appliance.

                Enter your appliance’s Model Number (E-Nr) in our Owner Manuals section to download your Use & Care Guide.

                Call Bosch Customer Support at 1-800-944-2904


                How to find your Model Number (E-Nr)

                Please click here to locate the data tag on your appliance. The data tag contains your Model Number (E-Nr).

                 
              • Routine maintenance for your ventilation.

                Wipe away grease stains, change carbon filters (for recirculating units only), and wash grease filters on a timely basis.

                View our How-to-Videos to learn how to clean stainless steel.

                Please also refer to the VENTILATION – CLEANING & CARE SECTION for additional information.

                Information on ventilation operation modes.

                Exhaust-Air Mode: The ventilator fan draws the vapors produced during cooking into the extractor hood, where they pass through the grease filter and out into the open air. The grease filter absorbs the grease contained in the vapors produced during cooking. The kitchen is kept virtually free from grease and odors.

                Recirculating-Air Mode: To operate in this mode, it is necessary to install an Activated Carbon Filter. The ventilator fan draws the vapors produced during cooking into the extractor hood, where they pass through the grease filter before the clean air is discharged back into the kitchen. The grease filter absorbs the grease while the activated carbon filter absorbs any odorous substances.

                Information on filters.

                Activated Carbon Filter: Carbon filters are used to neutralize odors when your hood is recirculating air around the kitchen. Carbon filters should be replaced when they are noticeably dirty or discolored (usually every 6 to 12 months, depending on ventilator usage). You cannot clean the non-ducted carbon filters; they must be replaced. They may be purchased from your dealer.

                Metal Grease Filter: The grease filter should be cleaned every 1-3 months depending on usage. When you remove your filter you may notice it is discolored, this is normal and nothing to worry about. Directions for cleaning the grease filter are listed below:

                1. Remove the filters according to the instructions in the Use & Care Guide.
                2. Drain and wipe all excess grease with a dry paper towel.
                3. Soak the filters in hot water and detergent and gently agitate in the water to loosen food particles. Do not use products containing ammonia, abrasives or oven cleaners. Rinse the filters and let them dry before placing in the ventilator.
                4. Filters may also be cleaned in a dishwasher (please do not include any other items or cutlery in the wash).
                5. Some formulations of dishwasher detergent can discolor the metal that is used in the filters.  This does not affect the performance of the filters.

                What ventilation size is ideal?

                The hood width should be no less than the width of the cooking surface.

                Island Hoods should overlap the cooking surface by 3” on each side.

                How high should the ventilation hood be placed?

                In general, it should be placed 30” above the cooking area. Contact a professional installer for additional information related to your specific situation.

                What do CFM, sones and static pressure mean in relation to ventilation?

                CFM: The amount of air flow moved by the ventilator is measured by CFM. CFM stands for cubic feet per minute. The higher the CFM, the higher the air flow.

                Sones: A sone measures the amount of sound that is perceived by a person. It is not the same thing as a decibel, which measures the intensity of sound. One sone is equivalent to the sound of a quiet refrigerator. The lower the sone, the lower the sound perceived.

                Static Pressure: Static pressure measures the air flow resistance as air is moved through ductwork. This air flow resistance reduces the effectiveness of the ventilator fan. A fan must have the ability to overcome the static pressure to effectively move air through the duct.

                 
              • Cleaning and care instructions for your ventilation system.

                Wipe away grease stains, change carbon filters (for recirculating units only), and wash grease filters on a timely basis. View our How-to-Videos to learn how to clean stainless steel.

                Warning: Do not use the ventilation system without the filters in place or with grease-laden filters or surfaces. To avoid risk of fire and explosion, do not use flammable liquids or solvents. Always unplug or disconnect the appliance from the power supply before servicing. Always be sure the entire hood (including filters and light bulbs) has cooled and grease has solidified before attempting to clean any part of the appliance.

                The efficiency of the ventilator depends on the cleanliness of the intake and filters. Cleaning frequency depends on the amount and type of cooking.

                To clean metal grease filters: Remove the filters according to the instructions in the Use & Care Guide. Drain and wipe all excess grease with a dry paper towel. Soak the filters in hot water and detergent and gently brush or agitate in the water to loosen food particles. Do not use products containing ammonia, abrasives or oven cleaners. Rinse the filters and let them dry before placing in the ventilator. Filters may also be cleaned in an automatic dishwasher (please do not include any other items or cutlery in the wash). We recommend grease filters be cleaned every 1-3 months depending on usage.

                To clean activated carbon/charcoal filters (applicable to certain models that utilize activated carbon/charcoal filters): Activated carbon/charcoal filters cannot be cleaned or washed – they must be replaced. Activated Carbon Filters are used to neutralize odors when your hood is recirculating air around the kitchen. Carbon filters should be replaced when they are noticeably dirty or discolored (usually every 6 to 12 months, depending on ventilator usage). They may be purchased from your dealer.

                To clean stainless steel: Wipe with the grain when cleaning stainless steel. Use a mild, non-abrasive cleaning agent or stainless steel cleaner with a soft cloth. Wipe dry to avoid water marks. Warning: Some stainless steel cleaners are known to have negative effects on materials other than stainless steel. Make sure to apply stainless steel cleaner to stainless steel components only!

                To clean painted surfaces: Wash with hot soapy water, rinse and then dry. Do not use powder cleaning agents, steel wool pads, oven cleaners and other abrasive cleaning materials.

                To clean anodized aluminum surfaces: Wash with hot, sudsy water, then rinse and dry. Mild detergents and cleaning agents are acceptable. Do not use powdered cleansers, abrasive cleaners, scrubbers, or steel wool pads.

                To clean plastic surfaces: Wipe with a damp, soapy sponge or cloth, then rinse and dry. Do not remove any control knobs.

                 
             
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