ILVE’s Ambient Canopy range is the last of the new rangehood range the company first unveiled at designEx 2010.
February 1st, 2011
The Ambient Canopy series is a stylish and innovative addition to the other models in the ILVE range.
Among the state-of-the-art features is a 24H comfort function, a light indicator for grease filter maintenance and charcoal regeneration and substitution, and perimeter extraction, programmable auto fan shutdown and electric touch control variable speeds with auto fire shutdown.
Air extraction cycles can be activated at set on/off times, cleaning the air in the kitchen when the cooktop is not being used and ridding the air of any lingering cooking, smoke or detergent odours.
This function can be turned on and off when required, or set to run for a 24 hour cycle.
Perimeter extraction works on the basis of a mechanical system that pushes extracted fumes along a groove circling the rangehood’s perimeter, resulting in maximum performance and minimum noise.
The Ambient Canopy rangehood is finished in stainless steel and gloss black, resulting in a sleek and sophisticated design.
Visit your local ILVE retailer or showroom for more on this exciting new design.
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