VENTILATION SPECIFICATIONS

VENTILATION SPECIFICATIONS

VENTILATION SPECIFICATIONS

Contents

1

Selecting a Kitchen Ventilation System

3

Ducting Considerations

9

10

7

8

5

6

Updraft Ventilation

Standard Series Hoods

Thermador Professional

®

Series Hoods

Integral Ventilator Options

Remote Ventilators

Control Housings for Custom Applications

Chimney-Style Hoods

14

19

27

30

33

Updraft Installation Guidelines

Standard Hoods Installation Guidelines

Professional Wall Hoods Installation Guidelines

Professional Island Hoods Installation Guidelines

Chimney-Style Wall Installation Guidelines

Chimney-Style Island Installation Guidelines

37

38

Downdraft Ventilation

Cook’N’ Vent

®

(CVS) Models

Cook’N’ Vent (CVS) Ventilator Options

39

Downdraft Installation Guidelines

Cook’N’ Vent (CVS) Models

Selecting a Kitchen Ventilation System

Selecting a Kitchen Ventilation System

The kitchen ventilation system is one of the most important appliances in the home. While the ventilator removes grease, heat, moisture, cooking odors and combustion gases from the kitchen and indoor environment, it also helps protect a family’s health and improves the cooking environment.

When choosing a ventilator, be sure to select one which fully meets your customers’ cooking performance requirements and personal taste.

What is CFM?

Ventilation performance is measured in Cubic Feet of evacuated air per Minute, or CFM. The Thermador

Professional

®

Series of ranges and cooktops, with their increased heat and grease output, require 1000 to 1400 CFM of ventilation power. Our other electric and gas products require 300 to 1000 CFM (see chart on adjacent page).

Updraft vs. Downdraft Ventilation

Updraft ventilation (overhead hood), collects and removes cooking vapors several feet above the cooking surface.

Because cooking vapors naturally rise, updraft systems tend to be the most effective method of ventilation.

Downdraft systems provide an alternate method of providing effective ventilation, for non-professional cooktops and ranges. Downdraft systems integrate beautifully in island or peninsula installations, because they don’t intrude in the overall kitchen decor.

Counter-level downdraft ventilators can disrupt the cooking process by pulling flames away from the heat source. The Thermador ® Cook’N’Vent ® downdraft system telescopes up from behind the cooking surface a full 10", drawing heat and fumes from the cooking vapors, not at the heat source. When not in use, the Cook’N’Vent system can be retracted flush with the countertop.

Integral vs. Remote Ventilation

A ventilation system’s blower may be located adjacent to the intake (integral) or on the outside roof or wall of the home (remote). Integral ventilators are installed with the least disruption to the exterior structure of your home.

Thermador offers integral ventilators from 300 to 1000 CFM.

Remote ventilators are quieter, because the blower is removed from the inside of the house. They also take up less cabinet space and have a galvanized finish which can be painted to match the exterior of the home. Thermador offers remote ventilators from 600 to 1400 CFM.

Professional Performance or Standard Ventilation

The Thermador customer loves to cook. We have designed ventilation systems to meet the performance requirements from the higher output cooking appliances, to the more standard fare. The chart on the adjacent page is a quick selection guide of Thermador ventilation products best suited to your customers’ cooking appliance.

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Q U I C K R E F E R E N C E C H A R T F O R R E C O M M E N D E D V E N T I L A T I O N B A S E D O N C O O K I N G S Y S T E M

MINIMUM CFM

RECOMMENDED

MODEL SERIES WALL ISLAND HB HCSW

HSW

HTSW

HGSW

Gas or Electric Cooktops 300 400 without Griddle and Grill

Gas or Electric Cooktops 390 550 with Griddle and Grill

30" Downdraft Ranges 400 600

30" Free-standing or

Slide-in Updraft Ranges

400 600

Professional-style Ranges 1000 1400 or cooktops for home applications

■ ■

UPDRAFT VENTILATION OPTIONS

WALL

H

HT

3

1

ISLAND

3

HDW PH_Z HGSI HDI PHI_Z

PHE HTDI HNI

HNW HTNI

DOWNDRAFT

VENTILATION

OPTIONS

2

COOK’N’VENT

®

30"

UNIVERSAL BUILT-IN

FOR RANGE

COOKTOPS SYSTEMS

CVS Intake

Standard with Unit

1

Updraft Width Guidelines:

The minimum hood width recommended for wall installation equals the cooktop or range width. Where space is not restricted, a wider hood can be used to increase your capture area. Island installations require a greater capture area, therefore the hoods used should overlap your appliance by a minimum of 3"- 6" on either side.

2

Cook’N’ Vent ® Width Guidelines:

The Cook ’N’ Vent system selected should match the width of your cooktop. Thermador offers 30", 36" or 45" widths. Due to the high performance requirements of

Professional-style appliances for the home, an overhead hood is highly recommended.

3

Available Ceiling Height:

Before selecting your updraft hood, check your available installation space. This is determined by adding your floor-to-countertop height, plus the recommended spacing between your appliance and the bottom of the hood, plus the height of the hood. See product dimensions on pages 5 to 13.

NOTE:

Indoor Gas Grills:

The local codes may require a fire-rated construction for installation of open gas grill appliances. Please check with your local codes prior to installation.

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Ducting Considerations

Ducting

Considerations

Check the Local Codes:

Work with a qualified service technician, installer or ventilation engineer to ensure that all local installation, electrical and grounding codes are satisfied. Always refer to the specific installation instructions for your ventilation product.

Minimize duct runs and limit the number of transitions:

The inclusion of elbows and transitions, as well as long duct runs, can have a significant effect on the ventilation performance and maximum duct run.

Do not use metal flex duct:

Metal flex duct is not recommended for use by The National

Uniform Mechanical Code standards.

Extreme weather conditions:

Cold weather installations require an additional backdraft damper installed to minimize backward cold air flow. In addition, a non-metallic thermal break is needed to minimize conduction of cold air flow through the ductwork. The damper should be on the cold air side of the thermal break. The break should be as close as possible to where the ducting enters the heated portion of the house.

Don’t place elbows and transitions back-to-back:

A gradually tapered transition is required between different sizes of ducting. Placing two elbows or transitions next to each other can cause a significant reduction in performance.

Include a 15-inch straight section between transitions whenever possible.

High altitudes affect performance:

Ventilation systems are less effective at higher altitudes

(above 5,000 feet). When configuring your system, estimate a 20% reduction in CFM performance. If this is not possible, you can increase your duct size, or CFM to enhance your performance.

Make-up Air may be required:

Newly built homes have tightly sealed doors and windows, which can make your ventilation system less effective. Some heating and air conditioning systems make allowances for additional make-up air. At the very least, some replacement air can be introduced by simply opening a window or door.

Please coordinate with your local heating and ventilation expert.

Do not use ducting smaller than 6":

Ducting smaller than 6", 4" dryer vent pipe or wall caps are not recommended because they severely impair ventilation performance.

Recirculating vs. Ducted Hoods:

Recirculating hoods recycle the air through a filter and return it to the kitchen. These hoods will not remove heat, moisture or combustion gases from the air. They will also be less effective in reducing odors and smoke. All of

Thermador’s hoods are ducted.

Don’t use butt joints:

Try to use male/female connections with the male end pointing in the direction of the flow. Tightly tape joints to prevent vapors from escaping the duct.

Ducting must be vented to the outside:

For safety reasons, never terminate ducting into an attic, into the garage, underneath the house or into any enclosed space.

For best air flow, use recommended duct size:

Thermador recommends the following in order of size:

1st 10" round duct

2nd 8" round duct

3rd 7" round duct

4th 31/4" x 10" duct

5th 6" round duct is the minimum acceptable

(See Thermador ventilator performance charts on pages 7, 8 and 38)

Base performance calculations on smallest duct size:

For maximum performance, do not use a smaller duct size than the recommended transition size from the hood. If you do transition down in size, your performance calculations are based on this smaller opening for the entire duct run.

Calculating Cubic Feet Per Minute (CFM):

Determine the equivalent duct length for your installation using the equivalent duct lengths for commonly used transitions (shown on the next page). The equivalent duct length is computed as follows:

1. Compute equivalent duct length of all transitions:

Transition Equivalent Feet

6" Wall Cap

3 1/4" x 10" to 6" dia. 90º elbow

2'

10'

Sub-total: 12'

2. Compute the equivalent length of all straight ducts:

Duct Segment Equivalent Feet

4' of 3 1/4" x 10"

2' of 6" diameter duct

Sub-total:

4'

2'

6'

3. Sum Equivalent Lengths for transitions and straight duct sections:

Transitions

Straight Duct Lengths

12'

6'

Total Equivalent Length: 18'

4. Compute CFM using the performance charts shown on pages 7 and 8 and the equivalent length computed in step 3.

Base the equivalent length on the smallest diameter ducting used in the system. For this example, you would determine the CFM for 18' of 6" diameter duct.

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Duct Pieces

90º

Elbow

Round

45º

Elbow

Round

E Q U I V A L E N T D U C T L E N G T H S F O R C O M M O N L Y U S E D T R A N S I T I O N S

Size

Total

Equivalent Quantity Equivalent

Length Used Length

6"

7"

8"

12 ft.

8 ft.

6 ft.

3 1 /

4

" x 10"

90º Elbow

Model

12557

N/A

6"

7"

8"

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

45º

Elbow

N/A

5 ft.

4 ft.

3 ft.

15 ft.

5 ft.

Duct Pieces Size

Total

Equivalent Quantity Equivalent

Length Used Length

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

Center

Reverse

Elbow

N/A

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

Center

Reverse

Elbow

N/A

15 ft.

25 ft.

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

Reverse

Elbow

N/A 25 ft.

3 1 /

4

" x 10"

Flat

Elbow

N/A

Round to 6"

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

3 1 /

4

" x 10" 6" to Round

Round to 6"

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

90º Elbow

In-Line

Backdraft

Damper

3 1 /

4

" x 10"

Roof Jack

& Shutter

Model RJ310

7"

7"

7"

3 1 /

4

" x 10" 6" to Round

90º Elbow 7"

7"

N/A

Model

Plenum

Transition

Required for VCH54

20 ft.

1 ft.

5 ft.

3 ft.

10 ft.

8 ft.

10 ft.

5 ft.

5 ft.

5 ft.

5 ft.

Note: Ducts/transitions with model numbers stated are available through your Thermador

® dealer. All other ducts are readily available from most major hardware stores.

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

Reverse

Elbow

N/A 15 ft.

Round

Wall Cap

Model’s

WC8

WC10

Round

Roof

Cap

6"

7"

8"

6"

7"

8"

10"

3

1

/

4

" x 10" to Round

Model

310TR10

10"

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

Wall Cap

Model

WC310

N/A

Model

VCKTR8

13" x 8" to Round

Model

VCKTR10

13" x 8" to Round

8"

10"

Model

VCHTR8

12" x 10" to Round

Model

VCHTR10

12" x 10" to Round

8"

10"

2 ft.

2 ft.

5 ft.

2 ft.

5 ft.

2 ft.

2 ft.

2 ft.

TOTAL Equivalent Length

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Updraft Ventilation

Standard Series Hoods

Thermador

®

Updraft Ventilation

S T A N D A R D S E R I E S H O O D S

HB

HB HOODS

Installation Type

Wall

Ventilator Options

CFM 390, Integral

Supplied with hood

Finishes

White or Black Porcelain Enamel,

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included with hood

Duct Size at Discharge

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

Discharge Direction

Vertical or Horizontal

Electrical Motor Rating

1.5 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Hood Lighting Rating

100 watts and .8 Amps @ 120 V AC,

60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Double wall construction

Dual Intensity Halogen Lighting

(2) size R20, 50 watt maximum

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum

Mesh Filters

Infinite Speed Control Switch

Includes VM410 Ventilator which includes transition and backdraft damper

Accessory Options

Roof jack (RJ310) or wall cap

(WC310) purchased separately

Carton Weight

30" – 48 lbs.

36" – 54 lbs.

H

H HOODS (shown with optional KHS) & HT HOODS

HT

Installation Type

Wall

Ventilator Options

CFM 390,

Integral, Model VM410

CFM 600,

Integral, Model VTN600Q

CFM 600,

Remote, Model VTR600R

CFM 1000,

Remote, Model VTR1000Q

Finishes

White Porcelain Enamel,

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

VM410, Included

VTN600Q or VTR600R: HTR8

VTR1000Q: HTR10

Duct Size at Discharge

VM410: 3

1

/

4

" x 10"

VTN600Q or VTR600R: 8" round

VTR1000Q: 10" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical or Horizontal

Electrical Motor Rating

VM410: 1.5 Amps @ 120 V AC,

60 Hz

VTN600Q: 3.4 Amps @ 120 V AC,

60 Hz

VTR600R: 4.3 Amps @ 120 V AC,

60 Hz

VTR1000Q: 7.8 Amps @ 120 V AC,

60 Hz

Hood Lighting Rating

600 watts and 5.0 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Double wall construction

Dual Intensity Halogen Lighting,

(2) size R20, 50 watt maximum

Two Infra-Red “Keep Hot” Light

Sockets, size R40, 250 watt maximum

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum

Mesh Filters

Infinite Speed Control Switch

Accessory Options

“Keep-Hot” Warming Shelf, supports maximum weight of 30 lbs., Model KHS, in 30," 36," 42," 48," 54" widths

Roof Jack (RJ310) or Wall Cap (WC310) purchased separately when using VM410 or VTN600Q

Carton Weight

H Models:

30" – 39 lbs.

36" – 44 lbs.

42" – 50 lbs.

48" – 55 lbs.

HT Models:

30" – 54 lbs.

36" – 61 lbs.

42" – 69 lbs.

48" – 77 lbs.

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Updraft Ventilation

Thermador Professional

®

Series Hoods

T H E R M A D O R P R O F E S S I O N A L ® S E R I E S H O O D S

OFF

FAN

SPE

ED

DEL

AY

F

SHU

T OF

FILTER

LIGH

T

PH_Z HOODS

Installation Type

Wall

Ventilator Options

CFM 1000, Integral, Model VTN1000Q

CFM 1000, Remote, Model VTR1000Q

CFM 1400, Remote, Model VTR1400Q

Finishes

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

All Ventilator Options: 10" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical/ Horizontal

Electrical Motor Rating

VTN1000Q: 5.0 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

VTR1000Q: 7.8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

VTR1400Q: 12.8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Hood Lighting Rating

430 watts and 3.6 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

20 Amps (min) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Double wall construction

Dual Intensity Halogen Lighting

(2) size G4, 12V, 20W Halogen Bulbs;

3 bulbs on 48" and 54" widths

Two Infra-Red “Keep-Hot” Light Sockets

Size PAR-38, 175W, 120V (included),

PAR-40, 250W, 120V (optional)

Dishwasher Safe Commercial-style

Baffle Filters

Three-Speed Electronic Controls

U.L. Approved for Damp Environments

Accessory Options

“Keep-Hot” Warming Shelf, supports max.

weight of 30 lbs., Model KHS, in 30," 36,"

42," 48," 54" widths; wall cap

(WC10) for VTN1000Q

12” High Duct Covers, model DCT in 30, 36, 42, 48 & 60” versions

6” High Duct Covers, model DC in 30, 36, 42, 48 & 60” versions

Carton Weight

30" – 69 lbs.

36" – 78 lbs.

42" – 88 lbs.

48" – 98 lbs.

54" – 108 lbs.

PHI_Z HOODS

Installation Type

Island

Ventilator Options

CFM 1400, Remote, Model VTR1400Q

Finishes

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

10" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical

Electrical Motor Rating

VTR1400Q: 12.8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Hood Lighting Rating

80 watts and .8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

20 Amps (min) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Double wall construction

Dual Intensity Halogen Lighting

(4) size G4, 12V, 20W Halogen Bulbs

(included)

Dishwasher Safe Commercial-style

Baffle Filters

Three-Speed Electronic Controls

U.L. Approved for Damp Environments

Accessory Options

None

Carton Weight

48" – 111 lbs.

60" – 148 lbs.

PHE HOODS

Installation Type

Wall Hood

Ventilator Options

CFM 1000, Integral, Model VTN1000Q

CFM 1000, Remote, Model VTR1000Q

CFM 1400, Remote, Model VTR1400Q

Finishes

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

10" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical/Horizontal

Electrical Motor Rating

VTN1000Q: 5.0 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

VTR1000Q: 7.8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

VTR1400Q: 12.8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Hood Lighting Rating

80 watts and .8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

20 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Double wall construction

Dual Intensity Halogen Lighting

(4) size G4, 12V, 20W Halogen Bulbs (included)

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum Mesh Filters

Three-Speed Electronic Controls

U.L. Approved for Damp Environments

Accessory Options

12” High Duct Covers, model DCT in 30, 36, 42, 48 & 60” versions

6” High Duct Covers, model DC in 30, 36, 42, 48 & 60” versions

Carton Weight

43" – 83 lbs.

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Updraft Ventilation

Integral Ventilator Options

I N T E G R A L ( M O U N T E D I N H O O D ) V E N T I L A T O R O P T I O N S

VCK300

Maximum CFM: 300

Electrical Motor Rating

2.4 Amps @ 120 V AC,

60 Hz

Duct Size at Discharge

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

VM410

Maximum CFM: 390

Electrical Motor Rating

1.5 Amps @ 120 V AC,

60 Hz

Duct Size at Discharge

3

1

/

4

" x 10"

Use in Control Housing

VCK1

Use in Control Housing

VCH8

Use in Hood Series

N/A

Use in Hood Series

Standard in HB Series

Option for H or HT Series

Notes: May require roof jack (RJ310) or wall cap

(WC310). Use for custom hood applications.

Note: May require roof jack

(RJ310) or wall cap (WC310).

All ventilators are UL and CUL approved.

Volumetric Flow Rate for Equivalent Duct Lengths

VTN600Q

Maximum CFM: 600

Electrical Motor Rating

3.4 Amps @ 120 V AC,

60 Hz

Duct Size at Discharge

8" Round (use HTR8)

10" Round (use HTR10)

Use in Control Housing

N/A

Use in Hood Series

Option for H or HT Series

Note: May require wall cap (WC8).

VTN1000Q

Maximum CFM: 1000

Electrical Motor Rating

5 Amps @ 120 V AC,

60 Hz

Duct Size at Discharge

10" Round

Use in Control Housing

N/A

Use in Hood Series

Option for PH Series, wall models only

Note: May require wall cap (WC10).

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Updraft Ventilation

Remote Ventilators

R E M O T E ( R O O F O R E X T E R N A L W A L L ) V E N T I L A T O R S

VTR600R

Maximum CFM: 600

Electrical Motor Rating

4.3 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Duct Size at Discharge

8" Round

Can Be Used with Control Housing

VCK1, VCH8, VCH36

Use with Hood Series

Option for H or HT Series

VTR1000Q

Maximum CFM: 1000

Electrical Motor Rating

7.8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Duct Size at Discharge

10" Round

Can Be Used with Control Housing

VCH36, VCH54*

Use with Hood Series

Option for H, HNI, HNW, HTNI, HT or PH Series

Note: Heavy-duty backdraft damper included.**

VTR1400Q

Maximum CFM: 1400

Electrical Motor Rating

12.8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Duct Size at Discharge

10" Round

Can Be Used with Control Housing

VCH36, VCH54*

Use with Hood Series

Option for HNI, HNW, HTNI, PH or PHI Series

Note: Heavy-duty backdraft damper included.**

*When using the VCH54 control housing, you will also need a plenum (Model PLENUM) duct accessory. **No roof jack or wall cap required. Collar extends below mounting flange into roof or wall installation area. All ventilators are UL and CUL approved.

Volumetric Flow Rate for Equivalent Duct Lengths

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Updraft Ventilation

Control Housings for Custom Applications

C O N T R O L H O U S I N G S F O R C U S T O M H O O D A P P L I C A T I O N S

VCK1

Finish

Black enamel with chrome reflector lights

Application

Shallow custom hood or kitchen cabinet

Lighting

Accepts two 60 watt bulbs

Controls

Solid-state infinite speed control and rotary light switch

Notes

1. Only 4

1

/

8

" exposed below cabinet cut-out.

2. Lamps not included.

VCH8 VCH36 VCH54

Finish

Satin finish with removable single aluminum mesh filter screens

Application

For non-professional-style cooktops/ranges

Lighting

Accepts two 75 watt flood lamps

Controls

Solid-state infinite speed control

Notes

1. Filter and lamp shields snap out for easy cleaning.

2. Lamps not included.

Finish

Satin finish with removable single aluminum mesh filter screens

Application

Use with high heat applications in custom hoods of 36" width or greater

Lighting

Accepts two 75 watt flood lamps

Controls

Requires separate wallmounted switches* for lights and ventilator

Notes

1. Filter and lamp shields snap out for easy cleaning.

2. Lamps not included.

*Requires standard wall switch for light, plus

Thermador CTRQ-3, three-speed ventilator control switch.

Finish

Satin finish with removable dual aluminum mesh filter screens

Application

Use with high heat applications in custom hoods of 54" width or greater

Lighting

Accepts three 75 watt flood lamps

Controls

Requires separate wallmounted switches* for lights and ventilator

Notes

1. Filter and lamp shields snap out for easy cleaning.

2. Lamps not included.

3. Double filter housing for superior performance.

4. Requires PLENUM (sold separately from

Thermador).

*Requires standard wall switch for light, plus

Thermador CTRQ-3, three-speed ventilator control switch.

Recommended Thermador Ventilators**

Internal Mounted

VCK300

Remote Mounted

VTR600R

Internal Mounted

VM410

Remote Mounted

VTR600R

Internal Mounted

N/A

Remote Mounted

VTR600R, VTR1000Q,

VTR1400Q

Internal Mounted

N/A

Remote Mounted

VTR1000Q, VTR1400Q

**Ventilator performance shown on pages 7 and 8.

All control housings are UL and CUL approved.

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Updraft Ventilation

Chimney-Style Hoods

C H I M N E Y - S T Y L E H O O D S

11 13 /

16

36, 42, 48

28

1

/

2

34 1 /

16

- 49 3 /

16

23 1 /

4

9

15

/

16

30, 36

26

33 7 /

16

- 42 3 /

8

20 1 /

4

BB

D W

AA

HDW/HNW CHIMNEY-STYLE HOODS

Installation Type

Wall

Ventilator Options

HDW-CFM 770, Integral, supplied with hood

HNW-CFM 1000 or 1400, Remote, purchase separately

Finishes

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

8" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical or Horizontal

Electrical Motor/Lighting Rating

HDW36: 4.5 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

HDW42/48: 4.9 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min.) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Adjustable Chimney Height at Installation

Welded, Polished Seams

12 Volt Halogen Lighting

(Two lights in 36," four lights in 42" and 48")

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum Mesh Filters

Electronic Touch Control Panel

40 hour Clean Filter Reminder Light

10 minute Intensive Ventilation Program

10 minute Delayed Shutoff

Hood comes complete with filters, lights, backdraft damper and transition

Accessory Options

Substitute metal transition (HDTR8-HDW)

(Metal Transition included – HNW)

Carton Weight

36" – 60 lbs.

42" – 64 lbs.

48" – 73 lbs.

HSW CHIMNEY-STYLE HOODS

Installation Type

Wall

Ventilator Options

CFM 400, Integral, supplied with hood

Finishes

Black or White Porcelain Enamel,

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

6" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical or Horizontal

Electrical Motor/Lighting Rating

2.4 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min.) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Adjustable Chimney Height at Installation

Welded, Polished Seams

Two Compact Fluorescent Lights

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum Mesh Filters

Electronic Button Control Panel

10 minute Intensive Ventilation Program

10 minute Delayed Shutoff

Hood comes complete with filters, lights, backdraft damper and transition

Accessory Options

Substitute metal transition (HSTR6)

Carton Weight

36" – 42 lbs.

HDW/HNW/HSW CHIMNEY COVERS

HDW/HNW

Width x Depth: 12

15/16

" x 9

13/16

"

AA (Cover adj. height): 22

3/16

" x 38

7/16

"

BB (Cover min. height): 17

11/16

"

HSW

Width x Depth: 8

3/16

" x 6

7/8

"

AA (Cover adj. height): 23

7/16

" x 32

15/16

"

BB (Cover min. height): 16"

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C H I M N E Y - S T Y L E H O O D S

9 15 /

16

36, 42, 48

26

33 7 /

16

- 42 3 /

8

21 5 /

8

5 1 /

8

36

27

34 7 /

16

- 54

19

11

/

16

BB

D W

AA

HCSW CHIMNEY-STYLE HOODS

Installation Type

Wall

Ventilator Options

CFM 400, Integral, supplied with hood

Finishes

Black or White Porcelain Enamel,

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

6" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical or Horizontal

Electrical Motor/Lighting Rating

2.5 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min.) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Adjustable Chimney Height at Installation

Welded, Polished Seams

Two 12 Volt Halogen Lights

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum Mesh Filters

Electronic Button Control Panel

10 minute Intensive Ventilation Program

10 minute Delayed Shutoff

Hood comes complete with filters, lights, backdraft damper and transition

Accessory Options

Substitute metal transition (HSTR6)

Carton Weight

36" – 57 lbs.

42" – 62 lbs.

48" – 68 lbs.

HGSW CHIMNEY-STYLE HOODS

Installation Type

Wall

Note: See HGSI for Island version

Ventilator Options

CFM 400, Integral, supplied with hood

Finishes

Stainless Steel with Glass Canopy

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

6" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical or Horizontal

Electrical Motor/Lighting Rating

2.5 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min.) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Adjustable Chimney Height at Installation

Welded, Polished Seams

Two 12 Volt Halogen Lights

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum Mesh Filters

Push Button Controls

Hood comes complete with filters, lights, backdraft damper and transition

Accessory Options

Substitute metal transition (HGTR6)

Carton Weight

36" – 88 lbs.

HCSW/HGSW CHIMNEY COVERS

HCSW

Width x Depth: 8

3/16

" x 6

7/8

"

AA (Cover adj. height): 23

7/16

" x 37

5/8

"

BB (Cover min. height): 16"

HGSW

Width x Depth: 11

3/4

" x 11

3/4

"

AA (Cover adj. height): 29

5/16

" x 50

1/4

"

BB (Cover min. height): 21

13/16

"

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15 3 /

4

36, 42

29

18

13

15 /

/

16

16

33

1

/

8

- 45

7

/

8

6

42

29

15

/

16

- 45

7

/

8

BB

27 9 /

16

D W

AA

BB

D

W

AA

HTSW CHIMNEY-STYLE HOODS

Installation Type

Wall

Note: See HTDI for Island version

Ventilator Options

CFM 400, Integral, supplied with hood

Finishes

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

6" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical or Horizontal

Electrical Motor/Lighting Rating

2.5 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min.) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Adjustable Chimney Height at Installation

Welded, Polished Seams

Two 12 Volt Halogen Lights

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum Mesh Filters

Electronic Touch Controls

40 hour Clean Filter Reminder Light

10 minute Intensive Ventilation Program

10 minute Delayed Shutoff

Polished Chrome Rail

Hood comes complete with filters, lights, backdraft damper and transition

Accessory Options

Substitute metal transition (HSTR6)

Carton Weight

36" – 57 lbs.

42" – 68 lbs.

HGSI CHIMNEY-STYLE HOODS

Installation Type

Island

Note: See HGSW for Wall version

Ventilator Options

CFM 400, Integral, supplied with hood

Finishes

Stainless Steel with glass canopy

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

6" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical

Electrical Motor/Lighting Rating

3 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min.) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Adjustable Chimney Height at Installation

Welded, Polished Seams

Four 12 Volt Halogen Lights

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum Mesh Filters

Push Button Controls

Hood comes complete with filters, lights, backdraft damper and transition

Accessory Options

Substitute metal transition (HGTR6)

Carton Weight

42" – 132 lbs.

HTSW/HGSI CHIMNEY COVERS

HTSW

Width x Depth: 15

7/16

" x 10

15/16

"

AA (Cover adj. height): 17

5/16

" x 30

3/16

"

BB (Cover min. height): 14"

HGSI

Width x Depth: 11

3/4

" x 11

3/4

"

AA (Cover adj. height): 25

1/4

" x 32

15/16

"

BB (Cover min. height): N/A

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15 3 /

4

42, 48, 54

33 1 /

16

- 46

37 5 /

16

7 /

8

3

3

/

4

42, 48, 54

HTDI/HTNI CHIMNEY-STYLE HOODS

Installation Type

Island

Note: See HTSW for Wall version

Ventilator Options

HTDI-CFM 770, Integral, supplied with hood

HTNI-CFM 1000, or 1400 Remote, purchase separately

Finishes

Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

8" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical

Electrical Motor/Lighting Rating

4.5 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min.) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Adjustable Chimney Height at Installation

Welded, Polished Seams

Four 12 Volt Halogen Lights

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum Mesh Filters

Electronic Touch Control Panel

40 hour Clean Filter Reminder Light

10 minute Intensive Ventilation Program

10 minute Delayed Shutoff

Polished Chrome Rail

Hood comes complete with filters, lights, backdraft damper and transition

Accessory Options

Substitute metal transition (HDTR8-HTDI)

(Metal Transition included – HTNI)

Carton Weight

42" – 99 lbs.

48" – 115 lbs.

54" – 128 lbs.

HDI/HNI CHIMNEY-STYLE HOODS

Installation Type

Island

Ventilator Options

HDI-CFM 770, Integral, supplied with hood

HNI-CFM 1000 or 1400, Remote, purchase separately

Finishes

Black or White Porcelain, Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required

Included

Duct Size at Discharge

8" round

Discharge Direction

Vertical

Electrical Motor/Lighting Rating

4.9 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 Amps (min.) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Adjustable Chimney Height at Installation

Welded, Polished Seams

Compact Fluorescent Lights

Dishwasher Safe Aluminum Mesh Filters

Electronic Touch Control Panel

40 hour Clean Filter Reminder Light

10 minute Intensive Ventilation Program

10 minute Delayed Shutoff

Hood comes complete with filters, lights, backdraft damper and transition

Accessory Options

Substitute metal transition (HDTR8-HDI)

(Metal Transition included – HNI)

Carton Weight

42" – 86 lbs.

48" – 97 lbs.

54" – 104 lbs.

33 1 /

16

- 48 15 /

16

27

AA

BB

D W

HTDI/HDI CHIMNEY COVERS

HTDI/HTNI

Width x Depth: 11" x 11"

AA (Cover adj. height): 17

5/16

" x 31

1/8

"

BB (Cover min. height): N/A

HDI/HNI

Width x Depth: 19

11/16

" x 15

3/16

"

AA (Cover adj. height): 29

5/16

" x

45

3/16

"

BB (Cover min. height): N/A

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Standard Hoods Installation Guidelines

Updraft

Installation Guidelines

H B , H O R H T I N S T A L L A T I O N G U I D E L I N E S

STEP 1: CABINET OR SOFFIT PREPARATION

Proper Hood Installation

Notes: Make sure that the cabinet or soffit bottom is perpendicular to the wall before installing the rough-in plate. It is important to select the ventilator to be used before cutting the duct opening on the cabinet or wall.

1. Detach the rough-in plate from the hood assembly by removing three shipping screws on the back and three shipping screws on the top of the hood assembly.

2. Determine the discharge direction/location and remove the proper knockout panels on the rough-in plate.

3. Attach the rough-in plate to the cabinet or wall with the mounting screws (#10 x 1") provided. Use all holes provided in the rough-in plate. (Use wall anchors as necessary on drywalls.)

4. Install integral ventilator per the instructions listed on adjacent page. Remote ventilator instructions are shown on page 17.

Hood Width

30"

36"

42"

48"

A

13 11

/

32

"

15

1

/

2

"

16"

17

1

/

2

"

STEP 2: VENTILATOR SELECTION AND DUCTING REQUIREMENTS

Hood

Series

HB

H or HT

600

600

Ventilator Options

CFM

Transition or Backdraft Required Required Roof Jack or Wall Cap

Required Duct Size Exit Discharge

Remote or Model Amps @ Transition Backdraft at Discharge at Intake

Integral Number 120 Volts Model No.

Damper (inches) Direction

Vents to Roof

Outside

Wall

3

1/4

" x 10"

Elbow

390 Integral Included 1.5

Included Included 3

1/4 x 10 Vert./Horiz.

RJ310 WC310 1255-7

390 Integral VM410 1.5

Included Included 3

1/4 x 10 Vert./Horiz.

RJ310 WC310 1255-7

Integral VTN600Q

Remote VTR600R

1000

3.4

4.3

Remote VTR1000Q

HTR8

HTR8

7.8

WC8

Included

HTR10

8

8

Included

Vert./Horiz.

Vert./Horiz.

10

*

N/A

Vert./Horiz.

WC8

N/A

N/A

*

N/A

N/A N/A

Notes: It is recommended that you use either a VTR600R,

VTN600Q or VTR1000Q with hoods wider than 36." HB hood requires two R20, 50 watt bulbs. H or HT series hoods require two R20, 50 watt bulbs, plus two R40, 250 watt infrared warming lamps.

*Commonly sized roof jacks or wall caps can be found at any major hardware store.

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STEP 3: TYPICAL HOOD INSTALLATIONS

A. Installations with Integral Ventilators

Integral Ventilator Ducted Vertically Integral Ventilator Ducted Horizontally

Electrical Connections for Integral Ventilators

Models VM410 or VTN600Q

WARNING:

Before servicing or cleaning the unit, switch power off at the service panel and lock service disconnecting means to prevent power from being switched on accidentally.

Notes: Before turning the power on, make sure the ventilator is in “OFF” position. Use wire connectors or wire nuts approved by UL or C/UL.

1. Remove the junction box from the rough-in plate.

2. Run power supply wires, #16 AWG minimum sized in

1

/

2

" conduit from the service panel to the hood assembly.

3. Install a conduit connector on the conduit and attach the connector on the top of the rough-in plate.

4. Connect 120 volts, 15 Amp (minimum), 60 Hz power leads by connecting white to white, black to black and green ground wire to the power supply ground wire, per local codes.

5. Reinstall the junction box cover.

6. Install lights.

7. Install wall cap (WC310) to sit flush against outside wall.

Crimp edges if necessary from transition coming off of ventilator to fit into wall cap opening.

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STEP 3: TYPICAL HOOD INSTALLATIONS

A. Installations with Integral Ventilators (cont.)

Mounting Integral Ventilator into Hood Canopy

Model VM410 Only

Notes: Before turning the power on, make sure the ventilator is in “OFF” position. Use wire connectors or wire nuts approved by UL or C/UL. For HB series, you will need to complete steps 5 & 6 only because ventilator is already installed in the hood canopy.

WARNING:

Before servicing or cleaning the unit, switch power off at the service panel and lock service disconnecting means to prevent power from being switched on accidentally.

1. Remove two screws securing Z-shaped bracket from the

VM410 ventilator and discard.

2. Remove the ventilator mounting bracket from the VM410 and replace with a longer bracket provided with the hood.

Note: Remove and discard the handle from the VM410 ventilator after the ventilator is installed.

3. Insert one end of the ventilator mounting bracket into the ventilator mounting channel located in the rough-in plate, and slip the other end of the bracket into the well stud

(located in the rough-in plate) and tighten it with the hex nut (provided with the hood).

4. Plug the ventilator cord into the receptacle located inside the hood assembly.

5. Attach the transition (3

1

/

4

" x 10") to the top of the rough-in plate, using the two shipping screws.

6. Seal all joints between the rough-in plate and the transition with duct tape.

VM410 Ventilator with Longer Bracket

H, HB and HT Hood Series with Hex Nut Detail

Mounting Integral Ventilator into Hood Canopy Model

VTN600Q Only

1. Remove and discard shipping brackets (located on each side of the inlet ventilator).

2. Check rough-in plate on your hood for proper knock out for the VTN600Q and discharge direction.

3. Insert ventilator flange into ventilator mounting channel located in the hood rough-in plate.

4. Tighten the other end of the ventilator flange to the weld screw on the hood rough-in plate with the flange nut.

5. Plug motor cord into receptacle on hood control housing.

6. Attach the desired transition. For 8” round duct use transition model HTR8. For 10” round duct use transition model HTR10.

7. Seal all joints between the rough-in plate and the transition with duct tape.

Vertical Discharge – VTN600Q

Horizontal Discharge – VTN600Q

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STEP 3: TYPICAL HOOD INSTALLATIONS

B. Installations with Remote Ventilators

WARNING:

Disconnect power before installation. Before turning power back on, be sure that all controls are in the “OFF” position.

Remote Ventilator

Ducted to Roof

Electrical Connections for Remote Ventilators

VTR600R and VTR1000Q – Variable Speed Control

1. Run three wires, white, black and green in conduit, from the ventilator to the junction box in the hood.

Cap the existing blue and red wires at the ventilator.

2. Connect the black wire from the ventilator to the red wire in the junction box.

3. Connect the white and green wires from the ventilator to the white and green (ground) wires respectively in the junction box

4. Cap all connections with wire nuts.

Wiring Diagram

Remote Ventilator

Ducted to Exterior Wall

Electrical Connections for Remote Ventilators

VTR600R and VTR1000Q – Four Position Speed

Control, Model CTR3Q

Note: Requires 5-wire installation.

1. Run five wires, black, white, blue, red and green (or ground wire) in conduit between ventilator and four position switch.

2. Connect black wire from power to source to switch position LI.

3. Connect white wire from power source to white wire from ventilator, and green wire (or ground wire) to

Hood chassis or junction box.

4. Connect ventilator red, black, blue and green wires to switch as shown in wiring diagram.

Optional Installation:

Remote Wall Control Switch Model CTR3Q

Wiring Diagram

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STEP 3: TYPICAL HOOD INSTALLATIONS

B. Installations with Remote Ventilators (cont.)

VTR600R VTR1000Q

Mounting Remote Ventilators VTR600R or VTR1000Q

Onto Roof or Outside Wall

Notes: Be sure to check differences in duct transition size and overall ventilator size. Remove and discard shipping bracket (attached to bottom of motor and inlet collar).

Check to see if ventilator wheel turns freely. Do not replace top until installation is complete. The remote ventilator must be installed such that the exhaust/discharge is 12” minimum from the ground level. However, there are some local codes that this type of installation is not allowed; for example, in places where there is a lot of snow that will prevent the damper from opening because of the snow blocking the exhaust. We are recommending that the installer should check their local codes for this type of outdoor wall installation of the ventilator.

1. Provide 14" x 14" square hole through roof or wall, or cut round hole for duct with a separate hole for electrical conduit as shown at right.

2. For installation on a flat roof, or roofs with pitch less than 11/2" in 12 inches, install VTR600R or VTR1000Q on curb as shown at right bottom. Position the curb on flat roofs so that the discharge (low) end points away from prevailing wind.

3. Install the remote ventilator on the roof or wall (with discharge pointing down slope) according to the Standard

Roofing Procedures (front discharge edge should be on the top of shingles and the rear edge underneath the shingles).

Note: The unit must be sealed between the roof (or wall) and the underside of the flange with roofing mastic to prevent leaks.

4. Connect ventilator to the exhaust system 8" round duct for VTR600R and 10" round duct for VTR1000Q. Use adjustable elbow to adjust to roof angle.

5. Tape all joints to prevent air leaks.

6. Clearance to combustible material is 0."

VTR600R Cutout Dimensions

VTR1000Q

Cutout Dimensions

Curb

For installation on a flat roof, or roofs with pitch less than 1

1

/

2

" in 12 inches.

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Updraft Installation Guidelines

Professional Wall Hoods Installation Guidelines

P H E & P H _ Z H O O D S W A L L I N S T A L L A T I O N G U I D E L I N E S

APPLIANCE INSTALLATION:

The PHE/PH_Z unit can be mounted on a wall or suspended from a cabinet. Both vertical and horizontal discharge are possible with either mounting method.

Discharge Directions:

The PHE/PH_Z hood is shipped ready for vertical discharge.

To change to horizontal discharge simply move the two plates marked A in Figure 1 to the top of the hood. Each plate is held in place by two sheetmetal screws.

Assembly of the Transition:

The transition supplied with the PHE/PH_Z hood mounts to the top or rear of the hood depending on the discharge direction.

1. Align mounting holes at base of transition with mounting holes on 1/2” flange located at the top or rear of the hood depending on direction of discharge.

2. Fasten transition to hood using screws provided.

3. Duct tape connection between transition and hood.

4. Remove tape holding damper closed.

Figure 1

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WALL MOUNT INSTALLATION

The desired installation height of the PHE/PH_Z is the user’s preference. Figure 2 shows a typical installation of the hood with two duct covers. Thermador offers 6” and/or 12” duct covers to fill the space between the hood and ceiling.

The installation height shown in Figure 2 is 24”. One 6” duct cover has been used in this installation. Add or subtract duct covers as appropriate to accommodate ceiling height and desired hood height. The duct cover structure is supported by the hood.

Hood Installation Height

1. After the hood installation height has been determined, draw a horizontal line at a distance above the cooktop equal to the desired hood installation height plus 15.5”. This line is the mounting location of the wooden bracket shipped with the hood.

2. Find the centerline of the cooktop. Draw a vertical line along this centerline up to the horizontal line drawn in step 1.

3. The PHE/PH_Z is mounted to the wall using a wooden bracket shipped with the hood. Remove the bracket from the hood by removing two shipping screws. Mark the centerline of the bracket.

4. Find studs behind the drywall by tapping the wall or using a stud finder. Locate one stud on either side of the cooktop centerline to use for mounting the wooden bracket as shown in Figure 3.

5. Align the top of the wood bracket along the horizontal line drawn in step 1. Align the centerlines of the bracket and cooktop.

6. Drill a 3” deep 1/8” tap hole through the wooden bracket, drywall, and into the stud.

7. Use 2 – 4 screws to attach the bracket to the wall as shown in

Figure 3. For support of longer hoods, use three or four studs as available. Countersink the heads to prevent interference with the hood.

8. On the wood bracket, mark the locations used to hang the hood according to Figure 4.

9. Drill a 1/8” tap hole through the wooden bracket and drywall.

These screws do not need to go into the studs.

10. Screw 2 screws into the wood bracket leaving 1/4” of the screw exposed for hanging the hood.

24"

18"

6"

Duct Cover

Standard

8 ft Ceiling

(96")

Hood Height (36")

Standard

36" high

Range

Figure 2 PHE & PH_Z

Figure 3 PHE & PH_Z

Figure 4 PHE & PH_Z

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11. Discharge Direction: Horizontal discharge requires a wall cutout, as shown in Figure 5, to provide clearance for the transition. The location of the cutout is determined by the hood installation height.

The transition supplied with the PHE/PH_Z connects to standard 10” round duct. Figure 6 shows the transition connected for horizontal discharge.

Figure 7 below shows the PHE/PH_Z configured for vertical discharge. Installations using this type of method require a cutout in the ceiling to accommodate 10” duct and the

1/2” conduit carrying power to the unit.

Duct covers, sold separately, are available to cover the space between the top of the hood and ceiling.

Figure 6 PHE & PH_Z

Figure 5 PHE

Figure 7 PHE & PH_Z

Figure 5 PH_Z

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12. Hang the hood using slots I in Figure 8. Make sure the wood bracket fits into the recess on the back of the hood.

13. Tighten the screws in slot I. Use slots I to level the hood.

14. From inside the hood, drive screws through holes J into wooden bracket.

15. Drill a 3/8” tap hole through the center of the oval holes

K into the wall. Insert two wall anchors into drilled holes.

Tighten hood to wall anchors by installing 2 screws with washers.

Figure 8 PHE & PH_Z

ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION OF THE DUCT COVERS:

Optional duct covers shown in Figure 9 may be used to fill the space between the hood and ceiling in wall mount installations. 6” and 12” high duct covers are available and may be ordered separately.

1. If multiple duct covers are used, connect the pieces together using sheetmetal screws provided with chimneys.

2. Attach the duct cover(s) to the hood using sheetmetal screws as shown in Figure 9.

Figure 9 PHE & PH_Z

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Figure 10 PHE

CABINET INSTALLATION:

The PHE hood can be installed under a cabinet by supporting the hood from the top.

Note: The cabinet must be structurally joined to the wall studs to support the weight of the hood.

Figure 10 shows the four holes used for mounting the hood to the bottom of the cabinet.

1. In the base of the cabinet, drill 1/16” tap holes at the locations shown in Figure 10. Screw in four (4.2 mm x 18 mm) screws provided with hood leaving 1/4” exposed.

2. If the hood is installed for vertical discharge use Figure 11 to create clearance holes for passage of the transition and conduit. Dimension A in Figure 11 depends on the hood model being installed and can be located in the table above.

3. For horizontal discharge, use Figure 5 for the geometry of the cutout required for clearance of the transition.

4. Hang hood from screws and tighten securely.

5. Install wall anchors as appropriate.

Figure 11 PHE

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Figure 10 PH_Z

CABINET INSTALLATION:

The PHE hood can be installed under a cabinet by supporting the hood from the top.

Note: The cabinet must be structurally joined to the wall studs to support the weight of the hood.

Figure 10 shows the four holes used for mounting the hood to the bottom of the cabinet.

1. In the base of the cabinet, drill 1/16” tap holes at the locations shown in Figure 10. Screw in four

(4.2 mm x 18 mm) screws provided with hood leaving

1/4” exposed.

2. If the hood is installed for vertical discharge, use Figure 11 to create clearance holes for passage of the transition and conduit. Dimension A in Figure 11 depends on the hood model being installed and can be located in the table above.

3. For horizontal discharge, use Figure 5 for the geometry of the cutout required for clearance of the transition.

4. Hang hood from screws and tighten securely.

5. Install wall anchors as appropriate.

Figure 11 PH_Z

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INSTALLING AN INTEGRAL BLOWER VTN1000Q:

The PHE hood can be installed with Thermador’s

VTN1000Q blower.

Blower Preparation:

1. Remove left and right shipping brackets and discard.

See Figure 12a.

2. Cut wire tie shown in Figure 12a. Take wire harness with

Molex 6-pin connector and route out rear of blower, as shown in Figure 12b at right.

3. Reattach wire harnesses to capacitor with new wire tie

(supplied) in same location in front.

4. Attach wire harness with Molex 6-pin connector to housing as shown in Figure 12b with wire tie (supplied).

Install blower in hood:

1. The blower is attached to the hood using weld studs provided on the mounting plate.

2. Figure 12c shows the weld studs in location B for horizontal (rear) discharge. Attach four #10-24 nuts to the weld studs. For vertical discharge, attach nuts to studs at the top of the mounting plate.

3. Guide the motor mounting plate over the nuts and tighten to secure the blower to the hood.

Warning: These two additional screws must be installed on the ventilator plate.

Blower Rear View

Figure 12b PHE & PH_Z

Add wire tie here

Shipping brackets

Figure 12c PHE & PH_Z

Wire tie

Capacitor

Blower Front View

Figure 12a PHE & PH_Z

Figure 12d PHE & PH_Z

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REMOTE BLOWER INSTALLATION:

The PHE/PH_Z hood is designed to work with Thermador’s

VTR600R, VTR1000Q, and VTR1400Q remote blowers.

For installation instructions, see the instructions supplied with the blower unit.

Wiring the PHE with a Remote Blower:

Warning: Turn off electricity at the service panel before wiring the unit.

1. Remove the J-box cover as shown in Figure 13.

2. Remove cover T from the J-box.

3. Remove the 2 knockouts and install 1/2” conduit connectors.

4. Run black, white and green wires (#16AWG) in 1/2” conduit from power supply to J-box.

5. Connect black, white and green/yellow wires in J-box respectively.

6. Connect wire clamp to “pigtail” as shown in Figure 13.

Insert “pigtail” wires into J-box and fix wire clamp to J-box using nut supplied with wire clamp V.

7. Run 5 wires (#16AWG) in 1/2” conduit from the remote blower to the second conduit connector.

8. Connect the black, white, red and blue wires from the remote ventilator to the black, white, red and blue wires of the “pigtail” respectively. Connect the remote blower green/yellow (ground) wire to the ground wire from the service panel.

9. Close junction box cover. Check that all light bulbs are secure in their sockets. Install filters. Turn power on at service panel, and check lights and blower operation per

Care & Use section of this manual.

Figure 13 PHE & PH_Z

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Updraft Installation Guidelines

Professional Island Hoods Installation Guidelines

P H I _ Z I S L A N D H O O D S I N S T A L L A T I O N G U I D E L I N E S

TYPICAL INSTALLATION

The Professional Island hood is designed to be installed on a rigid structural framing. Follow these installation steps for proper hood performance. Typical installation of the Island

Hood is shown in Figure 1.

Note: Because of the size and weight of the Island hood it is necessary to make a 12” wide by hood length soffit with rigid structural framing in an 8-foot high kitchen ceiling.

STEP 1 - SOFFIT FRAMING a) Locate and mark the center line of the hood location.

b) Use 2 pieces of 2" x 6" x 6 feet wood spacers and bolt these pieces onto the ceiling joist as shown in Fig. 2.

If the ceiling joists are spaced more than 16" apart center to center, it is necessary to install additional spacers so that when installing the vertical studs, it will be 11" apart.

See Fig. 3.

c) Using 1/4" diameter x 5" long lug screws, attach 2" x 6" vertical studs onto the spacers so that their inner edges are 21" apart. See Fig. 2.

The length of these studs depends on the ceiling height and the desired height of the hood from the top of the cooktop. The bottom of the hood must be within 30" to

36" over the range cooking surface.

Figure 1

21"

48" Hood - 47"

60" Hood - 49"

Figure 2

Vertical Studs

Spacer

Studs

Figure 3

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P H I _ Z I S L A N D H O O D S I N S T A L L A T I O N G U I D E L I N E S d) Construct the bottom wood framing with 2" x 4"s as shown in Fig. 4. The center of the frame must have an opening of

10" x 21" for the transition duct.

e) The overall length of the structural framing will depend on the size of the island hood. Attach 2" x 4" wood frame onto the ends of 2" x 6" so that their outer edges are 47" apart for 48" hood, or 59" apart for a 60" hood. See Figure 2.

NOTE: Because of the weight of the hood, we are recommending that you use metal joint straps to connect the ends of wood framing per example of Figure 4.

f) Using 2" x 6" wood, construct the bottom framing for duct opening at the center of the soffit. The duct opening must be 10" x 21" as shown in Fig. 5.

STEP 2 - INSTALL HOOD ASSEMBLY a) Install the transition (provided) to the top of the hood using

#8 x 1/2" Philips head screws provided. Tape all joints, with duct tape.

b) Locate and mark the centerlines of the hood soffit framing and hood assembly. Align both center lines and secure the hood assembly with 8 pieces - 1/4" diameter x 1/2" long lug bolts with taps and 2" x 2" x 1-1/2" angle brackets.

STEP 3 - DUCTING INSTALLATION a) Run 10" round duct work from the remote ventilator Model

#VTR1000Q or Model #VTR1400Q (purchase separately) to the transition (provided with the hood). See Figure 1.

b) Seal all joints with duct tape. Use straight duct if possible or, if necessary, the fewest elbows for best performance.

Transition

Provided

Figure 4

Figure 5

NOTE: COLD WEATHER installations should have an additional backdraft damper installed to minimize backward cold air flow. A nonmetallic thermal break can be installed to minimize conduction of outside temperature as part of the ductwork. The damper should be on the cold air side of the thermal break. The break should be as close as possible to where the ducting enters the heated portion of the house.

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STEP 4 - ELECTRICAL CONNECTION:

SAFETY WARNING: Turn off power circuit at the service entrance and lock out panel before wiring this unit.

I WIRING TO THE REMOTE VENTILATOR: a) Run five wires #12 AWG MAX. (black, white, blue, red, and green) in 1/2" conduit from the remote ventilator to the

J-Box located in the hood assembly. See Fig. 6.

b) Strip approximately 3/8" at the end of the above wires.

Connect blue, red, black, and white wire to the terminal block located inside the J-Box. Connect ground (green) wire to the ground screw.

Note: follow the wiring label next to the terminal block for wiring location.

II WIRING TO THE POWER SUPPLY: a) Power supply required for this model is 120V., 15 Amps.,

60 Hz. Using flex conduit, run three (3) #12 AWG. MAX.

(black, white, and green) from the service panel to the

J-Box located in the hood. See Fig. 6.

b) Strip approximately 3/8" at end of these three wires. Connect black and white wire to the terminal block located inside the

J-box. Connect ground (green) wire to the ground screw.

Note: Follow the wiring label next to the terminal block for wiring location.

c) When power supply is used in damp location or outdoor, always install in a GFCI protected branch circuit.

STEP 5 - INSTALL GREASE TROUGHS, FILTERS AND LAMPS a) Insert the grease trough at the middle section of the bottom ledge of the hood assembly. See Fig.7.

b) Push the grease trough to the right or left side of the ledge and insert the other grease trough into the bottom ledge adjacent to the installed grease trough.

c) In the center of the space provided for filters, insert the aluminum filter, with top arrow going up) on top ledge and pull bottom back until the filter sets on the bottom ledge of the grease trough as shown in Fig. 8.

d) Move the filter to either side and install the remaining filters, with the center one last.

e) Install halogen lamps (purchased separately).

STEP 6 - TURN THE POWER ON AND CHECK HOOD OPERATION

STEP 7 - INSTALL DRYWALL ON THE SOFFIT

GREASE

TROUGH

Figure 6

Figure 7

Figure 8

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Updraft Installation Guidelines

Chimney-Style Wall Installation Guidelines

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STEP 3: TYPICAL HOOD INSTALLATIONS

Installation with Integral Ventilator

Note: Thermador

®

’s Chimney-Style Hoods can only be used with integral ventilator supplied.

HDW, HNW HCSW

HSW

Integral Ventilator Ducted Vertically

HTSW

Alternate Installation Options

A. Fixed Chimney Height

Note: The hood may be installed with only the lower part of the chimney cover, to accommodate lower ceiling heights.

Installation height ranges and fixed minimum height(s) are summarized below.

1. Installing to fixed minimum height also requires mounting the ceiling bracket 1/4" below the ceiling. The chimney cover needs to slide down to engage in the top of the hood.

2. The resulting space on top of chimney could be filled with a piece of plywood of 1/4" thickness cut to the inside cross section of the chimney cover and finished to match the ceiling.

Model

HDW, HNW

HCSW

HSW

HTSW

HGSW

*Dimensions are shown in inches.

Fixed Minimum

Height*

28

1

/

2

26

26

29

13

/

16

27

HGSW

3. Align the two mounting holes on the sides of the upper cover to the lower cover.

B. Rear Discharge

Notes: A 90º elbow may be installed immediately above the hood for ducting through an exterior wall.

The same mounting should be used as for a normal vertical discharge as per page 30. “T” in the chart below, indicates height from top of transition to bottom of hood.

Standard Min. to Max.

Height Range “H”*

34

1

/

16

– 49

3

/

16

33

7

/

16

– 42

3

/

8

33

7

/

16

– 42

3

/

8

33

1

/

8

– 45

7

/

8

34

1

/

2

– 54

Distance from Hood Bottom to Top of Transition “T”*

15

7

/

8

14

3

/

4

14

3

/

4

15

3

/

4

18

1

/

2

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STEP 3: TYPICAL HOOD INSTALLATIONS

Installation with Integral Ventilator (cont.)

Electrical Connection for Integral Ventilator

(already installed in hood)

Notes: Before turning the power on, make sure the ventilator is in the “OFF” position. Use wire connectors or wire nuts approved by UL or C/UL.

WARNING: Before handling, servicing or cleaning the unit, switch power off at service panel.

Wiring to the Power Supply

Note: Power supply required for this series is 120 V AC,

15 Amps (min.), 60 Hz.

1. Remove the knockout and install the strain relief (conduit) connector (1/2") in junction box.

2. Run 3 wires: black, white and green (#16 AWG) in 1/2" conduit from the service panel to the junction box.

3. Connect black wire from service panel to black or red wire in junction box. Proceed wiring white to white and green to green-yellow.

4. Close junction box cover. Check all light bulbs and make sure that they are secure in their sockets.

5. Turn power on in service panel and check lights and ventilator operation.

6. Install duct cover.

Wiring Diagram – HGSW36 Only

Wiring Diagram – All Other Models

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STEP 1: MOUNTING SURFACE PREPARATION

Mounting Support Structure – HDI, HNI or HGSI

Mounting Support Structure – HTDI, HTNI

Preparation

Notes: Do not use duct smaller than the transition size on the hood. Each chimney-style hood comes shipped with a plastic transition, backdraft damper and pre-mounted integral ventilator. Metal transitions are available through your Thermador dealer. Thermador recommends 30"-36" above the countertop to the hood. Take into consideration the hood depth; some models are much deeper than the cooktop.

CAUTION:

Note the weight of the hood

(see pgs. 12 and 13). Make sure to affix the added lumber properly.

1. Select a mounting height comfortable for the user.

(see Typical Hood Installation section).

2. Mark center line of cooktop on the ceiling.

3. Find ceiling joists above drywall by tapping ceiling or using a stud finder. Mark the center of the joists with a line.

4. Tape template (included), matching center line and hood front.

5. Mark centers of the 4 fastener locations through template on ceiling then remove template.

6. Remove drywall to next joist outside your marked fastener locations and about 12" past fasteners in the other directions to give you enough working area to install supporting members, ducting and to route electrical conduit.

7. Refer to above installations and install suitable length

2" x 4" lumber installed between the joists to pick up all

4 mounting points of the support structure centered on the lumber.

8. Install duct (for duct size see Table under Step 2). Female end shall be a minimum of 11/2" below the finished extended length from the ceiling.

9. Install drywall around duct and conduit. Tape joints and refinish ceiling.

10. Remark fastener locations using template on same location as before and proceed to next step.

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STEP 1: MOUNTING SURFACE PREPARATION (cont.)

Proper Hood Installation

CAUTION:

Three people are required for proper installation.

1. Install transition on top of hood if removed for shipping.

2. Adjust mounting structure to desired chimney height.

3. Set mounting structure on top of hood canopy. Do not attach permanently.

4. Fit duct piece flush with top of structure, male end up, on transition.

5. Remove mounting structure and tape/seal duct with duct tape to transition and secure with 3 sheet metal screws.

Make sure not to block back draft damper in transition.

6. Install mounting structure to the ceiling with 4 lag screws provided (1/2" conduit inside structure). See page 33.

7. Attach telescoping chimney cover assembly over mounting structure; secure with 2 screws on top. Raise two lower sections and temporarily hold up with screw.

8. Attach hood canopy with duct attached to mounting structure and mate with duct protruding from ceiling. You may hook up electrical power now per Wiring Power Supply on page 36.

9. Remove temporary screw holding up lower chimney covers, then remove the 2 screws holding chimney cover on top and lower the upper chimney cover sections. Now the duct connection at the ceiling should be free.

10.Secure duct connection at ceiling with 3 sheet metal screws (per code) and seal with duct tape.

11.Reattach telescoping chimney cover assembly to top of mounting structure at ceiling.

Mounting Chimney Cover

Temporary Support

STEP 2: VENTILATOR SELECTION AND DUCTING REQUIREMENTS

Hood

Series Ventilator Options

CFM

Total Amps

Remote or Model @ 120 Volts

Integral Number 60 Hz

HGSI

HTDI

400

770

Integral

Integral

HNI, HTNI 1000, 1400 Remote

HDI 770 Integral

3.0

4.5

4.5

4.9

Transition or Backdraft Required

Plastic

Transition*

Included

Included

Included

Included

Backdraft Duct Size

Damper

Included

Included

Included

Included

(inches)

6

8

8***

8

Exit Discharge at Intake

Direction

Vertical

Vertical

Vertical

Vertical

Required Roof Jack or Wall Cap

Vents to

Vents Outside Wall to Roof Wall Cap

**

**

**

**

**

**

**

**

**

WC8

WC8

WC8

*Metal transition options available through Thermador parts or retailer. Model HGTR6 = 6" metal transition for HGSI; Model

HDTR8 = 8" metal transition for HTDI or HDI. Metal transition included in HNI and HTNI.

**Standard size, can be purchased at any major hardware store.

***Additional transition to 10" needed to mate with remote blower. Not supplied.

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STEP 1: MOUNTING SURFACE PREPARATION (cont.)

Proper Hood Installation

1. Install transition (included) on top of hood. Metal transition also available.

2. Hang hood on 2 mounting hooks through the rectangular cutouts located on the back of the hood.

3. Be sure the hood is level, using a carpenters level across the bottom of hood with leveling screws in mounting hooks or rectangular cutouts. See detail.

4. Secure hood to plywood with 2 screws each on top of hood and through bottom inside of hood.

5. Connect ducting.

Note: For ventilator serviceability, leave a 1" gap minimum between the top of the transition and the sheet metal duct. Cover gap with a starting collar

(included) wrapped around duct and transition.

6. Seal with duct tape.

7. Secure collar with 3 sheet metal screws each to the transition and duct, per code.

STEP 2: VENTILATOR SELECTION AND DUCTING REQUIREMENTS

Hood

Series Ventilator Options

CFM

Total Amps

Remote or Model @ 120 Volts

Integral Number 60 Hz

Transition or Backdraft Required

Plastic

Transition*

Backdraft Duct Size

Damper

(inches)

HDW

HNW

HSW

HCSW

HGSW

HTSW

770 Integral Included

1000, 1400 Remote VTR 1000

400

400

400

400

Integral

Integral

Integral

Integral

Included

Included

Included

Included

4.9

8.8

VTR 1400

2.4

2.5

2.5

2.5

Included

Metal Trans.

13.8

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

8

8

6

6

6

6

Exit Discharge at Intake

Direction

Required Roof Jack or Wall Cap

Vents to

Vents Outside Wall to Roof Wall Cap

Vert./Horiz.

** ** WC8

Vert./Horiz.

Vert./Horiz.

Vert./Horiz.

Vert./Horiz.

Vert./Horiz.

**

**

**

**

**

**

**

**

**

**

N/A

**

**

**

**

Note: Hood comes shipped with either a 400 CFM or 770 CFM integral ventilator pre-installed.

*Metal transition options available through Thermador parts or retailer. Model HSTR6 = 6" metal transition for

HCSW, HTSW and HSW; Model HGTR6 = metal transition for HGSW; Model HDTR8 = 8" metal transition for HDW.

Metal transitions included in HNW.

**Standard size, can be purchased at any major hardware store.

Note: HNW models approved for use over Professional Series cooking products.

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STEP 3: TYPICAL HOOD INSTALLATIONS

Installation with Integral Ventilator

Note: Thermador

®

’s Chimney-Style Hoods can only be used with integral ventilator supplied. Island models can only be ducted vertically.

Calculation of Chimney Height:

1. First calculate desired hood height “H”:

H = K (kitchen height) minus 36” (countertop height) minus P (preference height).

2. Next calculate chimney structure height “B”:

B = H minus A.

3. Adjust structure to height “B” when installing.

HGSI HTDI, HTNI

HDI, HNI

Integral Ventilator Ducted Vertically

Model

HGSI

HTDI, HTNI

HDI, HNI

Standard Minimum to Maximum

Height Range “H”*

29

15

/

16

– 41

9

/

16

33

1

/

16

– 46

7

/

8

33

1

/

16

– 48

15

/

16

Canopy Height

“A”*

14

1

/

4

15

3

/

4

11

1

/

2

Distance from Hood Bottom to Top of Transition “T”*

19

1

/

4

18

3

/

4

16

5

/

8

*Dimensions are shown in inches.

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STEP 3: TYPICAL HOOD INSTALLATIONS

Installation with Integral Ventilator (cont.)

Electrical Connection for Integral Ventilator

(already installed in hood)

Notes: Before turning the power on, make sure the ventilator is in the “OFF” position. Use wire connectors or wire nuts approved by UL or C/UL.

WARNING:

Before handling, servicing or cleaning the unit, switch power off at service panel.

Wiring to the Power Supply

Note: Power supply required for this series is 120 Volts,

15 Amps (min.), 60 Hz.

1. Run stated power supply from the service panel to the junction box on top of the unit.

2. Remove the knockout and install the strain relief (conduit) connector (1/2") in junction box.

3. Run 3 wires: black, white and green (#16 AWG) in 1/2" conduit from the service panel to the junction box.

4. Connect black wire from service panel to black or red wire in junction box. Proceed wiring white to white and green to green-yellow.

5. Close junction box cover. Check all light bulbs and make sure that they are secure in their sockets.

6. Turn power on in service panel and check lights and ventilator operation.

7. Install duct cover. See page 34.

Wiring Diagram – HTDI, HTNI Only

Wiring Diagram – HGSI, HDI, and HNI

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Downdraft Ventilation

Cook’N’ Vent

®

(CVS) Models

Thermador

®

Downdraft Ventilation

C O O K ’ N ’ V E N T ® S Y S T E M

COOK ’N’ VENT (CVS) INTAKE

Installation Type

Wall* or Island

*Requires minimum of 24" deep cabinet

Dimensions

Available Widths: 30," 36" or 45"

Ventilator Options

CFM 600, Integral, Model VTN600CVR

CFM 600, Remote, Model VTR600R

CFM 1000, Remote Model VTR1000Q

Finishes (Top Cap only)

White or Black Porcelain

Enamel, Stainless Steel

Transition Model Required/Duct Size at Discharge

Must order one of the following for all remote ventilator installations:

CVD310 – Transition to 3 1/4" x 10" duct

CVD314 – Transition to 3 1/4" x 14" duct

Discharge Direction

Straight Down

Left or Right

Electrical Motor Rating

10.2 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Power Supply

15 amps (min.) @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

General Features

Universal Cook’N’ Vent intakes are designed for installation with all non-professional-style cooktops

“T” top design color-matched to black, white and stainless steel cooktops

Single-touch up/down control for intake

Intake raises 10" when in use

Easy to remove, dishwasher safe aluminum mesh filters

Recessed infinite speed control is visible only when intake is in raised position

Integral and remote ventilator options

Comes standard with 3-prong grounded plug

Accessory Options

Ventilators and duct transitions stated

Carton Weight

30" – 55 lbs.

36" – 61 lbs.

45" – 70 lbs.

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Cook’N’ Vent (CVS) Ventilator Options

C O O K ’ N ’ V E N T ® V E N T I L A T O R O P T I O N S

VTN600CVR VTR600R** VTR1000Q**

Maximum CFM: 600

Electrical Motor Rating

3.4 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Maximum CFM: 600

Electrical Motor Rating

4.3 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Maximum CFM: 1000

Electrical Motor Rating

7.8 Amps @ 120 V AC, 60 Hz

Duct Size at Discharge

31/4" x 10" Round

Transition Models

N/A

Duct Size at Ventilator

8" Round

Transition Models*

CVD310 (31/4" x 10")

CVD314 (31/4" x 14")

Can also be Used with Updraft Hood

Yes

Duct Size at Ventilator

10" Round

Transition Models*

CVD310 (31/4" x 10")

CVD314 (31/4" x 14")

Can also be Used with Updraft Hood

Yes

Can also be Used with Updraft Hood

No

Note: Backdraft damper (RJ310) or wall cap (WC310) required.

*Requires one of the transitions stated for proper installation and a secondary transition to ventilator duct size.

**No roof jack or wall cap required. Collar on Ventilator extends below mounting flange into roof or wall installation area.

Volumetric Flow Rate for Equivalent Duct Lengths for Cook’N’Vent Ventilator Options

Note: For equivalent duct lengths for commonly used transitions, please refer to page 4.

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Cook’N’ Vent (CVS) Models

Downdraft Installation Guidelines

C V S D O W N D R A F T I N S T A L L A T I O N G U I D E L I N E S

STEP 1: CABINET PREPARATION

CAUTION:

The Universal Cook ’N’ Vent

®

System is available for use with standard gas and electric cooktops.

It is not intended for use with any professional-style cooktop or range. For optimum performance, Thermador

®

recommends an updraft hood for residential installations of professional-style products.

Notes: The CVS Cook ’N’ Vent system requires a minimum cabinet depth of 24" for cooktops under 22" deep, to allow for recommended set back dimensions from front to back of cooktop. Be certain to avoid interference with gas and electric supply to cooktop. Shelving and drawer depths are dependent upon cooktop depth and setback.

Plan the Installation

1. Determine whether a remote or integral ventilator will be used. Remote ventilator installation requires 4 wires plus a ground wire to run from the Cook ’N’ Vent to the ventilator.

2. Make sure that adequate cabinet and counter space has been provided and that the intake will be accessible if service is required.

3. Cross drafts created by adjacent open windows, doors, air conditioning, old heating vents, recessed ceiling lights, and traffic patterns may affect the overall performance.

4. For gas cooktop installations, make sure that a minimum

10 square inch opening is provided in the toe-kick or other cabinet area. Inadequate ventilation of the cabinet below the cooktop may result in a flame outage when operating the vent system.

5. For typical ducting configurations, see page 40.

6. Installations in island locations will require ducting to run under the floor, peninsula locations usually require ducting laterally through cabinets or under cabinet toe-spaces.

7. Determine whether the chosen route of ducting will meet vent system performance requirements. To do this, measure the duct lengths needed and determine specific fittings required. You can use the Equivalent Duct Lengths chart on page 4.

Note: The total equivalent duct length of duct used must not exceed 85 feet when using an integral ventilator, or 70 feet when using a remote ventilator. If the initial calculations exceeds this limit, re-plan the installation by reducing the number of transitions, increase diameter duct size, shorten duct lengths, etc., until this important requirement is met.

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STEP 1: CABINET PREPARATION (cont.)

Typical Ducting Installations

Integral Ventilator

Through Wall Installation

Remote Ventilator

Roof Mount Installation

Integral Ventilator

Through Wall Installation

Remote Ventilator

Through Wall Installation

STEP 2: VENTILATOR SELECTION AND DUCTING REQUIREMENTS

Hood

Series Ventilator Options

Remote or Model

CFM Integral Number

600

Universal

Cook ‘N’ Vent 600

(CVS)

Integral

Remote

VTN600CVR

VTR600R

1000 Remote VTR1000Q

Total Amps

@ 120 Volts

60 Hz

6.7

6.7

10.2

Transition or Backdraft Required

Plastic

Transition*

Integral

Backdraft Duct Size

Damper

(inches)

WC310

Exit Discharge at Intake

Direction

3

1

/

4 x 10 Sides/Bottom

CVD310 or CVD314

Included

3

1

/

4 x 10*

Sides/Bottom

Included or 3

1 /

4 x 14* Sides/Bottom

Required Roof Jack or Wall Cap

Vents to

Vents Outside Wall to Roof Wall Cap

RJ310 WC310 12557

N/A N/A **

N/A N/A **

* For remote ventilator installations, you have the option of using either the CVD310 (3

1

/

4

" x 10") or the CVD314 (3

1

/

4

" x 14") duct transition. Either of these options will need to transition down to an 8" round duct, when using a VTR600R ventilator; or a 10" round duct, when using a VTR1000Q ventilator. Be sure to plan accordingly.

** Standard size, can be purchased at any major hardware store.

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STEP 3: PREPARE THE COUNTERTOP CUTOUT

A. Installation with Thermador Cooktops

Notes: Verify that all cutouts will clear the inside of the front countertop support rail; and that the cooktop and vent will be centered left to right within the cutout.

1. Make certain that the front and rear cutouts are straight and parallel to the front edge of countertop and the rear back splash and/or wall.

2. The distance from the front of the countertop to the front of the cutout should not be less than dimension “SB” stated in Table 1.

3. Be sure that the available flat countertop is greater than dimensions “OW” by “OD.”

4. Side cutouts need to be square to the front and rear cutouts.

5. When installing laminated or solid surface countertops such as Surell ™ and Corian, ® be sure to follow the countertop manufacturer’s instructions regarding minimum corner radii, reinforcement of corners, etc.

Cook’N’Vent Installation with Thermador Cooktops or Other Cooktops When Specified

TABLE 1. Cutout Dimensions for Thermador Cooktops and CVS30R, CVS36R or CVS45R Cook’N’Vent ®

COOKTOP MODEL

CW*

Cutout

Width

30" Cooktops Installed with CVS30R

SGSX304, SGS304 28

15

/

16

CEM304, CET304 & CEP304

TMH30***

28

3

/

4

28

5

/

8

36" Cooktops Installed with CVS36R

SGSX365, SGS365 34

15

/

16

SGS36GS

CEM365, CET365 & CEP365

TMH36***

34

1

/

2

34

3

/

4

34

1

/

2

45" Cooktops Installed with CVS45R

SGSX456, SGSS456

CEM456, CEP456

43

15

/

16

43

3

/

4

TMH45*** 43

1

/

2

CD*

Cutout

Depth

22

22

21

22

21

22

21

22

22

22

1

1

3

/

4

3

1

7

5

/

/

/

8

7

/

16

13

/

16

8

7

/

16

/

4

8

/

16

/

8

OW*

Overall

Width

31

31

30

37

36

37

36

46

46

45

OD*

Overall

Depth

23

23

23

23

23

23

23

23

23

5

/

8

3

/

4

7

/

8

5

/

8

3

/

4

3

/

4

7

5

/

8

3

/

4

24

/

8

SB*

Minimum

Set Back

1

2

2

1

2

2

2

1

2

2

1

/

2

1

/

2

3

/

4

1

7

1

1

1

/

2

3

/

4

1

/

2

/

8

/

2

/

2

/

8

BT*

Maximum** Back

Splash Thickness

1

1

0

0

1

1

/

4

1

1/8

0

0

1

/

4

0

0

/

4

*Dimensions are shown in inches. * *Dimension “BT” is the thickness of back splash that provides 1/4" clearance between vent and back splash. Any back splash with a curved radius where it meets the counter will require additional clearance. Thicker back splashes may be used by increasing the counter and cabinet depths. ** *Clearance is provided on TMH models to allow raising of the hinged maintop.

ND*

Notch

Depth

3

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

0

0

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STEP 3: PREPARE THE COUNTERTOP CUTOUT (cont.)

B. Installation with Non-Thermador Cooktops

Note: You will need to have the cooktop installation instructions available to complete the installation.

All cooktop dimensions should be verified through measurement prior to cutting an opening in the countertop.

Refer to illustration at right for CW, CD, etc. dimensions.

With the above dimensions confirmed, determine the cutout size as follows:

1. Find the cutout width, CW:

For CVS30R Installation

If CW is 28 5/8" or less, see Illust. at left.

If CW exceeds 28 5/8," see Illust. at right.

For CVS36R Installation

If CW is 34 5/8" or less, see Illust. at left.

If CW exceeds 34 5/8," see Illust. at right.

For CVS45R Installation

If CW is 43 5/8" or less, see Illust. at left.

If CW exceeds 43 5/8," see Illust. at right.

2. Calculate the cutout depth, CD:

First, find the Cooktop Overhang

Cooktop Overhang = (OD minus CD)÷2

Note: Assumes front and rear cooktop overhangs are equal.

Next, calculate the Cutout Depth, (CD)

CD = (OD minus CO) + 17/8"

3. Provide an opening in the countertop that measures

CW x CD, following illustration as applicable.

4. Ensure that the cutout is positioned so that the distance from the front of the countertop to the front of the cutout is equal to dimension SB or greater. (The recommended

SB will be found in the cooktop installation instructions).

5. Verify that the available flat countertop is greater than dimensions OW x OD where:

OW equals the greater of the cooktop overall width or 31" for CVS30R installations.

OW equals the greater of the cooktop overall width or 37" for CVS36R installations.

OW equals the greater of the cooktop overall width or 46" for CVS45R installations.

OD equals the greater of the cooktop overall depth + 17/8."

6. Ensure that the back splash thickness does not exceed BT as calculated below:

BT = 24 3/4" minus (OD + SB + CD)

Note: This will provide 1/4" clearance between vent and back splash.

Cook ’N’ Vent Installation with Other Cooktops

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STEP 4: PREPARE DUCT CUTOUTS IN CABINET

1. Drop a plumb-line from point “P” at the rear center of the countertop cutout. Mark this point on the bottom of the cabinet.

2. Draw two intersecting reference lines to this point:

One should be parallel to the cabinet front and directly below the rear countertop cutout (Line A-A), and the other

(Line B-B) should be at a right angle to A-A.

3. Using these reference lines as a base for the measurements shown in the table below, layout the necessary cabinet cutouts needed for the planned ductwork route. Where a range of measurements is noted, choose a measurement that allows the best clearance from wall studs, floor joists, utilities, or other obstructions.

Duct Location Options

Model

CVS30R

CVS36R

CVS45R

Integral Ventilator VTN600CVR

8

8

8

C*

3

3

3

/

8

/

8

/

8

D* E* F* G*

1/2

9

5

/

8

26

3

/

4

17

9

/

16

3

7

/

8

13

3

/

16

26

3

/

4

17

9

/

16

8

1

/

16

17

3

/

16

26

3

/

4

17

9

/

16

*Dimensions are shown in inches.

Model

Remote Ventilator VTR600Q or VTR1000Q

CVS30R

CVS36R

CVS45R

6

6

6

C*

9

9

9

/

16

/

16

/

16

D* E* F* G*

5

1

/

16

8

1

/

2

5 1/16 22

1

/

4

22

8

1

/

2

22

1

/

4

22

1

/

4

1

/

4

12

3

/

4

12

3

/

4

22

1

/

4

22

1

/

4

STEP 5: TYPICAL DUCT LOCATIONS

General Instructions

Note: Install ventilator or duct transition so that access panels can be removed for cleaning.

1. Temporarily set intake and cooktop in cabinet and attach integral ventilator (duct transition if remote ventilator is used).

2. Verify that the duct cutouts as marked will match the hardware installation. Adjust the duct cutout as necessary to match hardware installation.

3. Remove temporarily placed hardware and make cutouts in cabinet to accommodate ductwork installation.

4. Make all other cabinet modifications needed to provide proper clearances for drawers or removable shelving.

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STEP 5: TYPICAL DUCT LOCATIONS

General Instructions (cont.)

5. Remove grease filters and any packing materials from inside the intake.

6. Set the vent intake into rear of countertop opening.

Carefully lower it into position so that the flanges on the rear sides and edges fully support the unit hanging from the countertop.

7. Loosely fasten lower support legs to vent. Hold the unit against the rear of the countertop opening and, with it in a vertical position, slide the brackets down to meet the bottom of the cabinet. Fasten to cabinet with hardware provided, then tighten brackets on vent. Fasten support legs to cabinet floor.

8. Place the cooktop in countertop opening with the rear edge of cooktop overlapping the front edge of the vent.

Make sure rear edge of cooktop does not bind against front edge of snorkel.

9. Follow the cooktop manufacturer’s installation instructions for installing gasket strips, etc. Secure the cooktop to the countertop. Connect the cooktop electrical and/or gas connections.

Integral Ventilator – VTN600CVR

10. Place ventilator in front of intake on bottom of cabinet.

Take ventilator wires and guide them through grommet to opened junction box.

11. Place lower flanged edge of ventilator in panel groove in bottom of vent intake. Tilt ventilator up to closed position over vent opening and secure with clamp channels and wing nuts.

12. Pull wires in junction box to take out any slack from ventilator compartment. Cut off excess wire length.

Strip wires 1/4" and hook-up to terminal strip per wiring diagram.

13. Replace junction box cover.

14. Connect ventilator to ductwork or accessory transition available through Thermador.

®

Remote Ventilator – VTR600R or VTR1000Q

10. Remove knockout on top of junction box and connect conduit with 5 wires from remote ventilator.

11. Hook-up wires per wiring diagram.

12. Replace junction box cover.

13. Install duct transition by setting flanged edge of transition in panel grove on bottom of vent intake.

Tilt transition up to closed position and secure with channel clamp and wingnuts.

14. Connect ventilator to ductwork.

Wiring Diagram – CVS

STEP 6: INSTALL ELECTRICAL SERVICE

This appliance is factory equipped with a power supply cord having a three-prong grounding plug (with polarized parallel blades). It must be plugged into a mating grounding type receptacle, connected to a correctly polarized 120 Volt circuit.

1. Locate the receptacle under the countertop so that the

30 inch long power cord from the vent will reach the outlet (receptacle).

2 Do not obstruct receptacle access by ventilator, cabinet work, ductwork or electrical/gas utilities for the cooktop.

3. All power for the vent system (including the remote ventilator, if used) is supplied via the cord to the intake unit.

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