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August 2010

Schweigen Range Hoods for the Quiet Kitchen

No wonder its German designers call it "Schweigen" (The German word for silent).

It just makes sense, if a motor is placed inside the range hood itself, you are going to hear the noise. The stronger and more efficient the motor the more noise it's going to make.

The design of the Schweigen range hood is its secret. By having the fan and motor away from the canopy in the kitchen there is literally no noise.

The sound absorbing design allows for silent operation. Whether in a wall mounted, Island or integrated (concealed) range hood the results are the same.

Schweigen also comes with commercial grade filters, which are dishwasher safe, stronger and more durable than domestic aluminium filters.

In addition Schweigen's Isodrive system draws air quickly and freely to the outside with no obstructions to cause turbulence or any unhygienic build-up of grease and grime while pulling 1100 to 1300 cubic meters per hour.

In most cases the systems are very simple to install, and have the flexibility to suit most mounting requirements. They can be placed on a rooftop, under eaves and on external walls. Each unit comes with a mounting flange, a bell mouth adaptor and fire resistant ducting. It just makes sense to install quiet appliances in the kitchen.

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