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Gasmate GRHL User Manual
RANGEHOOD SERIES
WALL MOUNTED
Medium
GRHM
Large
GRHL
CEILING MOUNTED
Island
GMHIS
Important: Retain these instructions for future use.
03362 05/16
WARRANTY TERMS & CONDITIONS
This warranty is not transferable to a subsequent
purchaser if the product is sold by the original
purchaser during the warranty period.
This warranty does not apply to any defect,
deterioration, loss, injury or damage occasioned by or
as a result of misuse or abuse, negligent handling or
storage, normal wear and tear or if the product has not
been installed and used in accordance with S.G.A.’s
instructions, recommendations and specifications or if
the product has been subjected to abnormal conditions.
The warranty does not apply to blockages caused by
insects or living organisms, as well as non-operating
butterfly baffles or incorrectly installed ducts.
If a warranty fault appears within the warranty period,
S.G.A. reserves the right to replace or repair the
product.
In the event that S.G.A. chooses to replace the product,
this original warranty will expire at the original date.
If the product includes various accessories or
components, only the defective accessory or
component will be replaced or repaired.
The warranty is void if there is evidence of the product
being tampered with by unauthorised persons.
The warranty does not extend to installation or
disconnection costs.
S.G.A. Reserves the right to replace defective parts
of the product with parts and components of similar
quality, grade and composition where an identical part
or component is not available.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be
excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You
are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major
failure and for compensation for any other reasonably
foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to
have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail
to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not
amount to a major failure. The benefits of this warranty
are in addition to any rights and remedies imposed by
Australian State and Federal legislation that cannot be
excluded.
Products presented for repair may be replaced by
refurbished products of the same type rather than being
repaired. Refurbished parts may be used to repair the
products.
To make a warranty claim, first contact S.G.A’s
Customer Service Line on the contact number below.
The purchase receipt for this product is to be retained
and must be presented if making claim under the terms
of this S.G.A. warranty.
Product Approved For Outdoor Use Only
Warranty repairs are free of charge, provided the
product is delivered to our Service Department at
33-35 Lionel Road, Mt Waverley, Victoria, 3149
or to one of our Authorised Service Agents.
For warranty claims, service, spare parts or products
information in Australia, please call SITRO GROUP
AUSTRALIA Pty Ltd on the Customer Service Line 1300
174 876.
If a warranty fault is found the freight cost will be
credited to the owner. If no fault is found the product
will be returned and any costs associated with the
service will be charged to the owner.
A receipt or proof of purchase is required and must be
kept for your records.
CONTACT DETAILS
Products sent freight forward will not be accepted. In
most cases the defective accessory or component only
will need to be returned. The product or part of the
product being returned must be adequately protected
in a box.
Sitro Group Australia Pty Ltd
33-35 Lionel Road, Mt. Waverley
Victoria 3149, Australia
Tel (+613) 9543 9533
Fax (+613) 9543 9839
sales@sitro.com.au
S.G.A. will not be responsible for any in-transit loss or
damage.
For any queries or assistance call
Customer Service
Australia Only
1300 174 876
Hours of operation:
Monday to Friday 8am - 5pm EST
Do not return to place of purchase.
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Installation - OUTDOOR USE ONLY
Read all instructions before installing and operating this
Rangehood.
The following situations are considered to provide the
natural ventilation required for an outdoor domestic
barbecue or patio heater to be used:
This Rangehood is designed for use above an outdoor
domestic gas (propane/natural) barbecue.
• Four open sides with a roof or overhead cover.
• Four enclosed sides (walls) without a roof or overhead
cover.
What is an Outdoor Area
An outdoor area is an open-air situation that is not
obstructed by buildings, structures etc, facilitating
correct combustion and allowing products of
combustion to be readily dispersed to atmosphere.
• Two parallel walls or two walls at right angles to each
other with a roof or overhead cover.
• Three walls, with the one open side being at least
25 per cent of the total perimeter and the remaining
three walls having an area of 30 per cent or more of
unrestricted opening, with a roof or overhead cover.
An alfresco area, veranda or balcony (large area) is
considered outdoors when it is an open-air situation
with natural ventilation. This ensures stagnant areas do
not form, as these prevent the products of combustion
from being rapidly dispersed by wind and natural
convection. In the unlikely event of a gas leak occurring,
a well-ventilated area will allow escaping gases to
rapidly disperse.
Parallel Walls
Right Angle Walls
30% or more in total of
the remaining wall area
is open and unrestricted
Open side at least
25% of total wall area
Electrical Data
IMPORTANT SAFETY RULES
This rangehood is fitted with a sealed electrical connection plug that is compatible with the mains power supply
for Australia / New Zealand and meets the requirements of Australian Standards. This rangehood must be
connected to a supply voltage that is equal to that stated on the rating label. If the mains power connection
plug or power cord becomes damaged it must be replaced with a complete assembly that is identical to the
original, and this must be replaced by an authorised service centre. Always follow the Australian / New Zealand
requirements for connection to the mains supply. If in doubt always consult a qualified electrician.
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Installation - OUTDOOR USE ONLY
Balconies & Verandas
An outdoor barbecue or rangehood may be installed
and used on a balcony or veranda if, by location and
use, it will not cause a hazard and the manufacturer’s
instructions allow for such use. It may also be necessary
to consult local building laws before installing or using a
gas barbecue on a balcony or veranda.
A balcony or veranda shallow in depth and with a roof
and three enclosed sides is considered an acceptable
area if the following applies:
• the depth of the balcony or veranda is smaller than or
equal to its height; and
• the open face width is at least twice the depth.
Examples of these situations:
• A balcony with an open construction balustrade
(more than 75 per cent free open area). Measure the
distance from floor to roof ‘H’.
• The maximum allowable depth ‘D’ is the same as ‘H’
and the minimum width ‘W’ is twice ‘D’.
IMPORTANT
• A balustrade is enclosed or has less than 75 per
cent free open area. Measure from the top of the
balustrade to the roof ‘Ha’. The maximum allowable
depth ‘D’ is the same as ‘Ha’ and the minimum width
‘W’ is twice ‘D’.
It is recommended that access doors or windows
to the balcony or veranda be closed while the
barbecue is in use. If unsure always consult
with your local building authority and local gas
authority.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
• Disconnect the power supply when changing
light bulbs.
• Remove any plastic coating from the product
before use.
• This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capacities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
• Do not attempt to modify this appliance as this
could cause injury and will void your warranty.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
• Always operate the product from a power source
of the same Voltage, Frequency and Rating as
indicated on the Product Identification Plate.
• Underside surfaces can become hot during use.
Do not touch.
• Never leave barbecue unattended during use as
fat fires and flare ups may occur.
• There shall be adequate ventilation of the room
when the Rangehood is used at the same time
as appliances burning gas or other fuels.
• Avoid leaving Rangehood operating when
unattended.
• Avoid contact with moving parts. Keep hands,
hair and clothing, well away from the product
while it is in operation.
• There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in
accordance with the instructions. You must read
the details the details concerning the method
and frequency of cleaning.
• Do not remove filters whilst Rangehood is
operating.
• Do not flambé under the Rangehood.
• The appliance is fitted with removable filters.
Ensure the filters are removed and thoroughly
cleaned at least once every two months or every
30 hours in accordance with these instructions.
• Exhaust air must not be discharge into an
existing flue which is used for exhausting fumes
from appliances burning gas or other fuels.
• The minimum distance between the hob
surface and the lowest part of the Rangehood
is 1200mm. This distance shall be at least
1200mm, if the Rangehood is installed over a
barbecue. If the instructions for the barbecue
specify a greater distance, this has to be taken
into account.
• There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in
accordance with the instructions.
• Do not use the product for other than its
intended use as described in these instructions.
This product is intended for Normal Domestic
Household Use only.
• Attention should be given to ensure that any
applicable regulations concerning the discharge
of exhaust air is fulfilled.
• The power supply must be supplied through a
residual current device (RCD) having a tripping
current not exceeding 30mA.
• Note that accessible parts may become hot
when used with cooking appliances.
• Incorrect installation is not covered under
warranty.
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PRIOR INSTALLATION - IMPORTANT NOTICE
Please read the entire instruction manual before
installing the Rangehood.
The socket must be accessible and enable the end
user to isolate the Rangehood from the power for
the purpose of internal cleaning or maintenance.
The installation in this manual is intended for
qualified installers, service technicians or persons
with similar qualified backgrounds. DO NOT
attempt to install this appliance yourself. Injury
could result from installing the unit due to lack of
appropriate electrical and technical background.
Stainless steel or powder coat is very easily
damaged during installation if abraded or
knocked by tools. Protect the Rangehood with the
cardboard box or plastic bag during installation.
All ducting must comply with local requirements,
building codes and gas codes.
Always ensure this Rangehood is installed as per
the requirements noted in AS/NZS 3000:2007.
It is not recommended to use old duct work.
It should be replaced if necessary to avoid the
possibility of a grease fire. Check all joints on duct
work to ensure proper connection all joints should
be properly taped.
There shall be adequate ventilation of the room
when the Rangehood is used at the same time
as appliances burning gas or other fuels (not
applicable to appliances that only discharge the
air back in to the room.
The Rangehood is designed for indoor undercover
use only and must be in a dry location.
If the supply cord of this equipment is damaged,
it must only be replaced by the manufacturer or
its service agent or a similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard.
Suitable fixings will be required to mount this
Rangehood. These are not included.
Always switch power off prior to installation.
Note that accessible parts may become hot when
used with cooking appliances.
All electrical work must be done in accordance
with local and national electrical codes as
applicable and installed by a licenced electrician.
The power supply must be supplied though a
residual current device (RCD) having a tripping
current not exceeding 30mA.
For safety, this product must be earthed.
Incorrect installation is not covered under
warranty.
A power outlet should be within 1000mm of the
power cord exit from the Rangehood.
CONTENTS
Required for Use
Medium - GRHM
Accessible power pointed fitted within 1m of
Rangehood mounting position. The power point must
be supplied through a residual current device (RCD)
having a tripping current not exceeding 30mA.
1 x Rangehood with 2 x 150mm duct adaptors fitted
2 x Chimney covers each 400mm high
1 x Chimney mounting bracket top
2 x Expanding ducts 150mm x 2m
Typical Equipment Required
for Installation
Large - GRHL
• Electric drill
1 x Rangehood with 3 x 150mm duct adaptors fitted
• Suitable mounting hardware
1 x Rangehood mounting plate
• Drills
2 x Chimney covers each 400mm high
• Screwdriver
1 x Chimney mounting bracket top
• Tape measure/rule
3 x Expanding ducts 150mm x 2m
• Plumb bob
Island - GMHIS
• Spirit level
1 x Rangehood with 2 x 150mm duct adaptors fitted
• Ladder
1 x Rangehood roof mounting bracket
For ducting:
8 x Range hood vertical brackets
• Duct tape
2 x Chimney covers each 400mm high
• Jigsaw
2 x Expanding ducts 150mm x 2m
• Duct elbows as required for correct installation
1 x Set hardware to attach vertical and roof brackets
together
• Roof cap or duct exit as required for correct
installation
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RANGEHOOD INSTALLATION
Before Installing
Please consider the following before commencing to
install your rangehood.
Your rangehood will need to be ducted to ensure
it operates and complies with local and national
regulations.
Duct Mounting Options
You will need some additional parts to complete these
installations.
All motors need to be ducted individually and the
included expanding duct is 150mm diameter.
REAR
TOP (ROOF)
(RECOMMENDED)
*If installing ducting at the Rear or via the Soffit/Eave
please review page 9 for the reductions in ducting
requirements.
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TOP (SOFFIT/EAVE)
RANGEHOOD INSTALLATION
The ideal position of the Rangehood is as follows:
1. Height above cooking surface – 1200mm
2. Distance from cooking surface to Rangehood mounting bracket bottom screw hole:
GRHM Medium – Bracket is part of the rangehood frame - 1582mm
GRHL Large – 1562mm and top screw 1622mm
Large Wall Mount Bracket
60mm
395mm
MAX Fitted
395mm
MAX Fitted
1200mm
About 900mm
Depending on
BBQ Model
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All Models - Wall & Ceiling Mount Version
2966mm Maximum
1562mm - Large Wall Mount Version Only
76mm
DUCTING
All motors need to be ducted individually to ensure air
flow and suction is adequate and meets all regulations.
WARNING - FIRE
GRHM Medium – 2 Ducts 150mm Ø
GRHL Large – 3 Ducts 150mm Ø
NEVER Exhaust air or terminate duct work into
spaces between walls, crawl spaces, ceilings,
attics or garages. All exhaust must be ducted to
the atmosphere.
GRHIS Island – 2 Ducts 150mm Ø
If installation of ducts is not straight up vertically please
use the following as a guide and we recommend
speaking with or engaging a licenced installer.
Use Metal duct work only.
Fasten all connections with sheet metal screws
and tape all joints with certified Silver tape or duct
tape.
Duct Run Calculations
Maximum allowable duct run per motor:
150mm Ducting
Although this rangehood is supplied with flexible
expanding duct it is highly recommended that you
use rigid metal ducting. This will improve airflow.
30m
Deduct the following from the maximum ducting
Minus per 90° elbow used
5m
Minus per 45° elbow used
3m
Minus per duct size transition
1m
Minus side wall cap/eave damper
10m
Minus roof cap
10m
For example: 1 x roof cap, 1 x 90° elbow, 1 x 45° elbow,
1 x duct transition – actually used.
This means the actual length of 150mm ducting to be
used is a maximum of:
30m Duct run minus (-) (10m + 5m +3m +1m) = 11m
actual ducting can be used.
Flexible ducts are provided for convenience, always use
rigid type metal ducts if available to maximize air flow.
Also use calculation (above) to compute total available
duct run when using elbows, transitions and caps.
ALWAYS, when possible, reduce the number of
transitions and turns. If a long duct run is required,
increase duct size from 150mm to 200mm.
If a reducer is used, install a long reducer instead of a
pancake reducer. Reduce duct size as far away from
motor as possible.
If turns and transitions are required; install as far
away from motor and as far apart between the two as
possible.
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INSTALLING - MEDIUM WALL MOUNT rangehood
3. Your rangehood is very heavy. Please use suitable
fixings and hole size for this weight.
Mounting bracket is attached and part of the medium
rangehood motor cover.
Medium – 50Kg
Note: Rangehood must be level, if not rangehood will
not operate correctly.
Large – 80Kg
1. Using a tape measure mark the centre hole (A) on
your wall. This mark should be in the centre of your
cooking surface and 1582mm above your cooking
surface.
4. If unsure of which fixings please discuss with your
hardware stockist or rangehood installer.
5. Using two people lift rangehood into place and
secure to the wall using selected hardware. Ensure
rangehood is level.
2. Using a tape measure and level mark end holes on
your wall. Ensure all of these are level.
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300mm
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C/L
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300mm
C/L Mounting Holes
1582mm
Domestic BBQ Cooking Surface
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INSTALLING - LARGE WALL MOUNT rangehood
WALL BRACKET
FITTING
Note: Bracket must be level, if not rangehood will not
operate correctly.
1. Lift and position the Rangehood so that the wall
bracket slides into all lifting holes on the top wall
side of the motor box.
1. Using a tape measure mark the centre bottom hole
(A) on your wall. This mark should be in the centre
of your cooking surface and 1562mm above your
cooking surface.
2. Check to ensure that the Rangehood is level side to
side as well as front to back. It is imperative that the
Rangehood is level so that it operates correctly.
2. Position the wall bracket with the centre bottom
hole (A) over the mark you have just made.
3. Ensure bracket is level using spirit level.
4. Once level mark the remaining holes on your wall.
5. Your rangehood is very heavy. Please use suitable
fixings and hole size for this weight.
Medium - 50Kg
Large - 80Kg
If unsure of which fixings please discuss with your
hardware stockist or rangehood installer.
1562mm
6. Securely fix the rangehood bracket to a solid wall.
Ensure it is level before tightening the fixings.
E
LAT
QP
BB
20mm
275mm
280mm
280mm
280mm
Large
Wall
Bracket
C/L Cooking
Surface
60mm
A
1562mm
Domestic BBQ Cooking Surface
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C/L Bottom Hole
INSTALLING - MEDIUM & LARGE WALL MOUNT RANGEHOOD
DUCTING
Flue Surround
1. Remove all tape from the ducts butterfly flaps and
ensure they move up and down freely.
Provided are 2 x flue surrounds both 400mm high.
These are used to finish and cover the motor box and
installed ducting.
2. Position the butterfly flaps up.
1. Lift and fit bottom flue surround, this fits into the
groove in the Rangehood flat top.
3. Position the ducting over the top of the collection
box and butterfly flaps. Note: If unsure about the
ducting please contact a rangehood installer.
2. Mark 1 hole on each side for the flue surround.
Remove flue surround and drill holes.
4. If using a rangehood installer or roof plumber duct
through ceiling and roof in accordance with the
local, state and national regulations and laws.
3. Replace flue surround and secure each side at the
top with suitable screws.
4. Mounting the second flue surround, this goes on the
inside of the one previously installed.
power
5. Using a spirit level, plumb bob and tape measure
position the flue bracket as high as possible. Once
in correct position mark holes and drill.
Using a plumb bob or spirit level determine the vertical
line the flue surrounds will take.
6. Secure the flue bracket with suitable screws.
The position of the 240V AC wall socket is that it must
be accessible to turn on/off without removing any
covers.
Note: All electrical work must be carried out by a
licensed electrician.
7. Slide the second flue cover inside the first. Make
sure the power cord is clear of the flue surround.
Now fasten to the flue bracket, make sure not to
damage power cord.
1. Uncoil power cord.
8. Push 240V AC plug into power socket and turn on.
Note: Do not damage the power cord during the flue
surround installation.
2. Plug into wall socket and turn on.
3. Test the fans and lights as per “Using Rangehood”.
4. If all okay turn off wall socket and unplug power
lead.
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INSTALLING - ISLAND CEILING MOUNT
WALL BRACKET
DUCTING
Note: Bracket must be level. If not Rangehood will not
operate correctly.
1. Remove all tape from the ducts butterfly flaps and
ensure they move up and down freely.
1. Using a plumb bob mark on the ceiling the centre of
your cooking surface.
2. Position the butterfly flaps up.
3. Position the ducting over the top of the collection
box and butterfly flaps. Note: If unsure about the
ducting please contact a Rangehood installer.
2. Place the ceiling bracket on the ceiling. Ensure the
sides and front are level with your cooking surface
and that it is centre of the cooking surface.
4. Using a Rangehood installer or roof plumber duct
through the ceiling and roof in accordance with
local, state and national regulations and laws.
3. Mark the mounting holes through the ceiling
bracket. Note: Bracket must be screwed into solid
timber not plasterboard.
4. The Rangehood is very heavy. Please use suitable
fixings and hole size for this weight. Island - 70Kg.
If unsure of which fixings please discuss with your
hardware stockist or Rangehood installer.
Power
If required have a power point socket installed onto the
ceiling next to the ceiling bracket. Allow at least 100mm
from the ceiling bracket.
5. Securely fix the ceiling bracket to solid timber.
Ensure it is square to your cooking surface in the
centre and level.
The position of the 240V AC ceiling socket is that it
must be accessible to turn off without removing any
covers.
Note: An uneven Rangehood will not operate
correctly.
Note: All electrical work must be carried out by a
licenced electrician.
6. Using nuts and bolts attach 1 angle bracket to each
corner of the ceiling bracket. Ensure nuts and bolts
are tight.
1. Uncoil power cord
2. Plug into ceiling socket and turn on.
7. Ensure you make allowances in the ceiling for your
ducts before installing the Rangehood. If unsure
about ducts please engage a Rangehood installer.
3. Test the fans and lights as per “Using Rangehood”.
4. If all okay turn off ceiling socket and unplug power
lead.
Rangehood
Flue Surround
1. Using nuts and bolts attach 1 angle bracket to each
corner of the Rangehood motor box.
Provided are 2 x flue surrounds both 400mm high.
These are used to finish and cover the motor box and
installed ducting. You have already installed these to
your Rangehood.
2. Slide the 2 flue surrounds over the top of the 4 angle
brackets and onto the Rangehood body. Note: The
inner flue surrounds should have the 4 holes to the
top.
1. Slide the inner flue surround up as high as possible
and secure with screws. Ensuring not to damage the
power cord.
WARNING: Very heavy 2 person lift.
3. Lift and position the Rangehood so that the 8 angle
brackets (4 top & 4 bottom) line up and can be
screwed together using nuts and bolts.
2. Push 240V AC plug into power socket and turn on.
Note: Do not damage the power cord during the flue
surround installation.
4. Once secured check the distance between
the cooking surface and the underside of the
Rangehood this should be minimum 1200mm,
maximum 1250mm.
5. If the distance is not correct adjust the Rangehood
height up or down as required. Once correct
securely tighten all nuts and bolts.
6. Check to ensure that the Rangehood is level side
to side as well as front to back. Also check that it is
square to the cooking surface. It is imperative that
the Rangehood is level so that it operates correctly.
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Read all instructions before installing and operating this appliance.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
Read all instructions in this manual before operating the appliance. Save these instructions for future reference.
Always leave safety grills and filter in place. Without these components, operating blowers could catch on to hair,
fingers and loose clothing.
NEVER dispose cigarette ashes, ignitable substances or any foreign objects in to the blowers.
NEVER leave cooking area unattended. When frying, oil in the pan can easily overheat and catch fire. The risk of
self-combustion is higher when the oil has been used several times.
OPERATION
CLEANING
FAN
A build up of oil may occur if the Rangehood and baffle
filters are not cleaned properly and regularly. Some
discolouration of the baffle filter may occur if cleaned in
the dishwasher.
To start the fan press the required speed (low, medium
or high) and the red and blue LED will illuminate.
To choose a different speed just press the new speed
regardless of whether the speed is higher or lower, the
selected speed blue LED will illuminate as well as the
red LED.
Rangehood Surfaces
Clean periodically with hot soapy water and a clean
cotton cloth. Do not use abrasive detergent or steel
wool/scouring pads which will scratch and damage the
surfaces.
To stop the fan press the button below the blue
illuminate LED. The LED’s will go out.
Note:
For heavier deposits, use a liquid degreaser.
Medium – 2 fans – 1 control
After cleaning, you may use nonabrasive stainless steel
polish/cleaners to polish and buff the stainless lustre.
Always rub lightly, with a clean cotton cloth and with the
grain of the stainless steel.
Island – 2 fans – 1 control
Large – 3 fans – 2 controls
Lights
Note: Never wipe or rub across the grain as this will
damage the surface finish.
Note: Each pair of lights are individually controlled.
To turn on lights press the light button and the blue
LED will illuminate. To turn off selected lights press the
button below the blue illuminated LED. The LED’s will
go out.
Baffle Filters
The baffle filters fitted by the factory are intended to
filter out residue and grease from cooking. They are
required to be kept clean and should be cleaned after
every 30 hours of use or more often if required or after
heavy cooking.
Off/Timer Button
To turn both the fan and light off at the same time
double press the OFF/TIMER button and the red and
blue LED’s will go out.
Note: Always turn the Rangehood power point off
before removing filters.
To Remove
Pressing the OFF/TIMER button once, the red LED will
flash for 15 minutes, then turn the fan as well as any
LED lights off.
Lift latch and gently pull down front of baffle filter and
remove.
To Clean
CONTROLS
1. Use warm soapy water and a soft cloth or put into
dishwasher on a ‘normal’ cycle.
2. Thoroughly clean and wipe down the inside of
Rangehood canopy.
To Fit
1. Position the rear of the baffle filter into the 2 slots.
OFF
HIGH
MED
LOW
2. Gently rotate the baffle filter into position, lift latch
and push into place and release latch.
LIGHT
FAN
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SPECIFICATIONS
Medium - GRHM
609mm
686mm
395 - 400mm
395 - 400mm
76mm
1200mm
800mm
Large - GRHL
609mm
966mm
395 - 400mm
395 - 400mm
76mm
1480mm
800mm
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SPECIFICATIONS
Island - GMHIS
330mm
530mm
395 - 400mm
395 - 400mm
76mm
1200mm
800mm
Description
Medium - GRHM
Finish
Marine grade stainless steel #316
Large - GRHL
Size (mm)
1200 W x 800 D
Total Height
515mm - Not including flue covers
Height Above Cooking Surface
1200mm - Minimum
Air Volume, Gross
2000m3
Noise
≤ 90db
Motors - Electric induction
Lighting - Cool white
1480 W x 800 D
Island - GMHIS
1200 W x 800 D
1250mm - Maximum
3000m3
2000m3
2
3
2
4 x Rectangle 18 LED
6 x Rectangle 18 LED
4 x Rectangle 18 LED
Controls
1 x Push button
3 x Push button
1 x Push button
Flues - Always duct individually
2
3
2
Duct Diameter
150mm
Flue Surround
2 at 400mm high
Filters
Stainless steel #304 baffle style
Ducts - Flexible
Expandable Metal
2 - Total expanded
length 2m each
Weight
50Kg
16
3 - Total expanded
length 2m each
2 - Total expanded length
2m each
80Kg
70Kg
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