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Anyone have the Zephyr Arc Layers, Venezia, Modena Wall hood?

Posted by JAM_SF (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 9, 13 at 1:13

Would love to hear if anyone has installed a Zephyr Arc Layers, Modena Wall or Venezia Wall over a AG 36" range. I would never use all 6 burners at once, maybe 3 max.
Any feedback on effectiveness, cleanability of filters and noise would be much appreciated!


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RE: Anyone have the Zephyr Arc Layers, Venezia, Modena Wall hood?

We've had the 36" Venezia over a 30" gas range for over a year and are quite happy with it. Small kitchen with a wall 9" to the right of the hood. Vented directly outside. We do a lot of "fragrant" cooking and it takes care of everything. Filters are washed every two to three weeks by hand, but they could go in DW. Not a silent machine by any means, especially in the higher levels, but wasn't expecting it to be. Overall I'm happy with it. HTH


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RE: Anyone have the Zephyr Arc Layers, Venezia, Modena Wall hood?

Thanks so much! Does your Venezia have that DCBL suppression technology? Supposed to make it very quiet, at least on the lower speeds.


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RE: Anyone have the Zephyr Arc Layers, Venezia, Modena Wall hood?

It does. I wouldn't say very quiet, but definitely tolerable on 1 and 2 for sure. 3 starts to get a little too loud to cook and talk easily to anyone in an adjoining room and 4,5, and burst very loud. Probably a good thing for me though, when I'm cooking things that need that level, I should probably be concentrating :-) We do a lot of "wok cooking" and frying/browning meat and this hood takes care of all of it. Really! I highly recommend getting it wider than your range. Our range has the larger burners at the front, and I really appreciate the deep capture area.


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