New in the warehouse and packed in the box.
The WM-600 is available in both 30” and 36” and offers a sleek and timeless canopy design. A single blower with superior suction for ventilation. Features tempered glass, stainless steel body, and baffle filters allow for easy cleaning and maintenance. Customize your range hood by converting the WM-600SS to ductless, charcoal filters sold separately, or purchase our extension kit to reach high ceilings up to 10 feet.
Perfect for everyday cooking, typical heat and smoke, boiling, steaming, poaching, braising
European style canopy wall mount range hood with stainless steel body and tempered glass finishes
Dishwasher-safe baffle filters with deep groves for trapping grease
Bright, energy-saving LED lights
Control performance by choosing from 3-speed settings
Convert to ductless with our effective charcoal filters (sold separately)
This glass range hood can fit a 10-foot ceiling with our extension kit (sold separately)
The kitchen vent hood comes with a 6-inch round adapter with dampers. Fits a 6” duct
Includes: dishwasher-safe baffle filters (2), lower chimney cover (1), upper chimney cover (1), chimney bracket (1), and 6” round exhaust adapter (1)
6.4” H X 8′ H
36” W X 18.5” D
17” H X 30” H
11” W X 11” D
Height Above Cooktop
24” X 30”
Overall Product Weight
Recommends a distance of 30″ to 33″ above the stovetop
Besides checking the product measurements, you should also:
Check your venting capabilities; Check if your home has installed ductwork. If it does, or you plan on getting it installed, you should look for a ducted (vented) or convertible range hood. If your home does not have installed ductwork, you should choose a ductless (non-vented) or convertible range hood.
Measure your space: First, measure the width of your cooking surface from one side of the cooktop to the other. Next, measure the width of the area between cabinets where your range hood will live (if applicable). Then, measure the space between the cooking surface and cabinets or ceiling above. There should be anywhere from 24 to 36 inches between the bottom of the range hood and the cooktop surface. Finally, measure the depth from front to back of the cooking surface.