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Electrical Transformer for PRO series range hoods

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Electrical Transformer for PRO series range hoods

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Regular Price: CA$89.90

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Lights Transformer dual intensity for Pro series range hoods
Installation Wall type
Maximum Airflow (CFM) No
Gauge steel (Metal thickness) 22 gauge (0.7mm)
Filtration Type Aluminum Filter (mesh filter)
Number motors One Dual Chamber Ultra Quiet
Dimmable Lights No
Hood Depth No
Size 30 inches
Color / Material Stainless steel, brushed finish
Control Type Soft-Touch Push Button
Illumination 2 x 35W Halogen GU10
Ceiling height 8'-9' adjustable
Venting Size (Duct size) 6" round top exhaust
Noise Level (sone) 0.7 to 4.0 (Lowest/Highest Speed)
Levels Of Speed 3 Speed
Motor Revolution 800 RPM (+/-10%) to 1300 RPM (+/-10%)
Warranty One year parts warranty

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How long will it take for my order to arrive?

Most packages arrive within 2-7 business days. Delivery times may vary depending upon the items ordered and your location. Once your order is shipped, you will be notified via email with a tracking number and expected arrival date. If all of your items have not arrived within 10 business days, please contact us. Items are shipped via FedEx Ground.

Shipping to USA

Shipping charges are based on weight and will be calculated automaticaly. Your product should arrive in approximately 2-8 business days after you purchase is made. We do not charge other taxes, except shipping. We DO NOT ship to Alaska, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.

Is the item you received not what you expected? Did it not fit as well as you hoped in your space or match your decor? Whatever the reason, we want you to be satisfied when you buy  from us and won't be stuck with an item you cannot use or that you do not want.
We are proud to offer one of the best return policies in the online business. You may return your purchase for any reason within 14 days after receiving it for an exchange or a refund of the purchase price excluding the shipping costs and 10% restocking fee. Returns after 30 days are subject to 20% restocking fee. Returns 3 months or more after the purchase date are not acceptable.

Some of our products are offered with FREE SHIPPING, so please be aware that if you return one of these products our actual outbound shipping costs will be deducted from your return refund. In addition some of our items carry a restocking fee which will be deducted from your refund should you wish to make a return.

All returned items must be free from scratches, dents, or any other damages.
All returns MUST HAVE return authorization number from prior to shipment. Original shipping charges are not refundable.
All returns must be in new condition with original packaging material and must be shipped PREPAID at the customer's expense.
All returns must be returned uninstalled, in new condition, packed in the original box with styrofoam panels including all parts, accessories and hardware.
All return shipments will be inspected for any damage/missing parts before an exchange can be processed.
No refund/credit will be issued for any damaged/lost return shipments and returns in other than original packaging.
All replacements and exchanges must be approved by the customer service manager.

How to return Undamaged items within 14 days after delivery?
Please email us or call us stating your intent and reason for your return, providing us with your receipt number, name and the date of the purchase.
If you wish to return a damaged item, see DAMAGES.
Within one business day, you will be given a RETURN authorization number. The customer is responsible to arrange shipping the item/s back to us and pay all return shipping costs. The customer MUST insure the package. It is your responsibility to file the claim in the event of any damage incurred during return shipping. Within 7 days after we received the items back at the warehouse and inspect them you will receive a refund -your purchase price excluding the shipping costs and 10% restocking fee. For payments made with PayPal or a Credit Card, credit will be issued directly to that account.

Returns from USA
We accept returns on orders that we ship to USA, EXCEPT ALL LARGE ITEMS. RETURNS OF LARGE ITEMS TO USA ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. All other orders fall under our Standard Return Policy. Please note: duties will be refunded, however, all actual shipping costs and brokerage fees are non-refundable.

It is the customer's responsibility to:
Consult their ventilation specialist prior to purchase in order to assure that the product will fit its intended application, as well as comply with local building codes and City requirements!
2. Inspect the unit within 14 days after receiving it for physical damages and to ensure proper functionality of the product.
3. Measuring the size hood or sink he/she needs, before placing the order.
4. To be sure the duct size they already have is big enough and at the right location for the hood he/she intent to purchase.
5. Confirm with installer if the item they would like ot purchase will fit their design or application.

Installed hoods and sinks, custom cut hoods or custom cut chimneys.
Damaged items not reported within 14 days of delivery.
ALL PARTS PURCHASES ARE FINAL, as they might get damaged during installation.
Items NOT returned in the original packaging with styrofoam panels and any parts, accessories, or hardware are missing.

All returns must be shipped to the following address:
7272 Buller Ave
Burnaby, BC
V5J 4S3 , Canada
Tel: 604 430 5252
Fax: 604 430 5260


What type of range hood I need to buy?

The most important role of kitchen ventilation is to remove all the greasy, smoky, steamy, gaseous byproducts that you don't want hanging around in your kitchen. When it comes to the choice of the right range hood, it usually depends on the layout and structure of your kitchen, your local building codes, and your own style preferences.
Many of our new, innovative range hood systems use carbon filters. The carbon filters provide better, cleaner ventilation and may eliminate the need for an air duct that leads outside. In addition, the durability and effectiveness of carbon filters is far superior to that of conventional filters.
One of many advantages of range hoods is the ease of assembly. Many of our range hoods have a telescopic chimney which allows more freedom for adjustments to the placement of the range hoods. Our new range hood chimneys are also easier to bypass through rough walls which makes installation faster and easier.

Why need a range hood?

There are many safety reasons for not trying to install or build range hoods systems. First of all, range hoods are in place to make sure that you direct dangerous fumes away from the rest of your home. They are also in place to help keep steam and smoke out of your kitchen as well as prevent smells from moving all around your home. 

The continued presence of cooking fats, grease, steam and odors are an ongoing problem in every kitchen. Every year, an average of 4-1/2 liters (1 gallon) of cooking fat deposits itself on the cooler surfaces of walls, ceilings and cupboards. These deposits condense and cause discoloration and dulling of paint work.

Range hoods filter out the kitchen grease saving you hours of cleaning, extending the time between repainting and giving you a cleaner, fresher kitchen, as well as protecting and adding to the value of your home.

How powerful does my kitchen hood fan needs to be?

The rate at which the kitchen hood can extract air from the kitchen should be matched to the size of the room. Larger rooms will need more powerful extractor fans in order to prevent bad odors. You can calculate the volume of your kitchen by multiplying its height by its length and width. You should be able to approximate the volume very easily, even if your kitchen is slightly irregular in shape. Once you know the size of your kitchen, you can work out how powerful the fan needs to be in order to achieve the rate of extraction you need. You should aim to choose a kitchen hood that is capable of completely replacing or cleaning the air in the kitchen at least eight times every hour, although more powerful fans which can replace the air at least twelve times an hour will be better, if you can afford them.

Range Hoods Types:
There are few general types of ready-to-install range hoods. Within this sub-topic we'll briefly examine each of the types while also discussing some optional features.

     a. Island mount range hoods:
This type of range hood often accompanies an downdraft in which attachment to an exterior wall isn't an option. In many cases a retractable intake device is raised from the range or counter in order to pull air into exhaust ducts set below floor level. The ability to retract the range hoods and the sleek nature of many island range hoods models makes the island range hoods models more stylish than many under-cabinet models. Shown SV198Z2-I36/I42.

    b. Wall mount range hoods:
Large, stylish, and professional in appearance, wall mount range hoods continue to gain popularity among homeowners. Often used on exterior walls when a cabinet isn't available, wall mount range hoods resemble an upside-down chimney in appearance. Stainless steel finishes are common on wall mount range hoods, and wall mount range hoods models are considered the most stylish of the three types. Shown SV198D-30/36.

    c. Under-cabinet range hoods:
Traditional and usually the least expensive type of range hood, under-cabinet range hoods are, in fact, usually mounted under a wall cabinet and attached to an exterior wall. In many models, air is pulled out of the kitchen through an exhaust duct in the exterior wall. As a general rule, under-cabinet models aren't decorative or trendy.

    d. Microwave oven / Range Hood combo:
Combo units save space, but they are not very efficient. We DO NOT recommend using this type hood, because most of the space inside the unit is taken by the microwave oven and very small space is left for the blower. The CFM levels are very low and not recommendable for GAS COOK-TOPS. If you have a gas cook-top and long duct-work with many elbows, avoid this type.

   e. Buying a Built-in/ Insert Blower type hood:
This type of hood you need if you do not want your fan to be visible (only the bottom plate is visible), and have a wood or metal hood with opening on the middle for the built-in exhaust fan. If you already have a wood hood, be sure to cover all exposed wood with metal liner for fire separation. If you will have the insert over a GAS COOK-TOP, min 30" distance is required from any combustible material (check with your fire safety inspector). For complete Range Hood Installation will need insert blower and liner (Duct Size is determined by Blower chosen). Always purchase the insert and the liner first, before you start building the wood hood. It can be way easier for the cabinet company to make a perfect fit. Examples of built in inserts- Victory Elite E70, Q1-30, Q5-36..etc. (check our BUILT-IN section)

Ducted or re-circulating (non-ducted):

When you install range hoods, they can be either ducted to the outside or set up to recirculate the air within the kitchen. Most of our range hoods can by converted to ductless range hoods. You will need to purchase additional charcoal filter set, or ductless kit available under 'ACCESSORIES'.
With the recirculation option, most (not everything) of the grease and smells should be trapped by a special carbon filter. Moist air will still contribute to condensation problems and some smells may escape. However, with external ducting, the process of removing a lot of hot air quickly does mean the room gets a little cooler.

Size of range hoods:
Most of the time our customers use the same size range hood as their cooktop size for all wall mount range hoods ( for better proportion ) and one size bigger (6" bigger) for all island type fume hoods.
With two pots on your cooktop, most hoods will cope pretty well, and won't let steam escape at the sides. However, most models won't cope very well with four pots of simmering water, particularly if they're only 30-in wide. The bigger the range hood, the more effective it will be removing steam and odours. If you have the space, consider fitting a 36-in wide range hood over a 30-in cooktop. The extra width on each side will catch more steam.

Range hood filter types :
All range hoods have a filter to trap oil and grease from cooking. Most have reusable, metal mesh filters that will go in the dishwasher. Because the filters are quite large they are not easy to wash in a standard sink.

   a. Aluminum (mesh) filters
Most common, Replaceable filters, usually cost around 16$, you will find them under 'ACCESSORIES'. They are most of the time horizontal, collecting the oil on the surface, causing the color of the filter to change (to grey or brown color). Set your dishwasher to 'GENTLE' cycle when dish-washing this type filters.

   b. Baffle filters
The BEST range hood filters on the market today, replaceable filters but in 99% keep their shiny look and good performance for many years. Usualy made of the same 304 stainless steel material as the range hoods.
In many cases the baffle filters come with grease trap as well, and the filters are sloped towards the back, so any collected grease and moisture will drip in the grease collector at the back of the hood. Customers should clean the baffles and the grease chanel once a month, or every 30 hours of operation.

   c. Charcoal (carbon) filters.
Needed only for ductless applications, non vented hoods.
Non replaceable filters, for one time use only. Must be changed every 4 months for proper range hood performance.

Number of range hoods fans:
Efficiency is not necessarily related to the number of fans. Some larger single-fan models can out-perform smaller two-fan models.

Fans can be quite noisy on full speed, and there's a tendency for noise to increase with performance. A range of fan speeds is therefore useful: you don't need the thing whooshing away if you're just scrambling some eggs. Noise levels can get up to 60 or even 66 decibels (dBA).

A good range hood will provide enough light over the cooktop for you to see into the pots. Many models use only a single 40 watt bulb, which many cooks won't find adequate. Others use two bulbs, sometimes suffusing them with a perspex strip. Many of the more expensive range hoods provide much better light with halogen lamps with dimming options or suffused fluorescent bulbs.

Range hoods maintenance:
Range hoods are not maintenance-free. You need to remove and wash the filter, clean the body of the hood and occasionally change a light bulb. You should be able to perform most of these tasks easily.

Range hoods controls:
It's pretty standard for hoods to have their controls in an easy-access position on the front. However, some older models have sliding switches that are a little tricky to set in the right position. Touch controls are easier to use and all of our range hoods uses touch controls.

Range hoods Clearance from a Range/Stove:
Min 24" clear space must be present between the electrical stove and the range hood, 30" min clearance is required from gas stoves.

Back-draft Damper- What is that??
As air can travel out a ducted system, so can it travel in. To prevent this, most systems are equipped with back-draft flaps located at the fan box exhaust port. To stop cold air from coming in, check these flaps from time to time to make sure that they're not clogged with grease and stuck in position. The exhaust hood (outside vent) has either flaps or louvers. Make sure they are free of obstructions. Also make sure that ducting joints are sealed with special tape to prevent condensed water from dripping into closed spaces between the walls and damaging the wood structural members and insulation. Most of our hoods come with back-draft dampers included in the box, but if you already have external damper (attached to the cap outside the house), you don't need the use the one in the box. Two dampers will reduce the CFM levels

Range Hoods Maintenance:
Wipe the exterior and interior of the range hood regularly. When you need to give it a thorough scrub, use a solution of hot water, dishwashing detergent, and ammonia to cut the grease; wear rubber gloves. Clean metal mesh filters when they are dirty, and replace the filters on nonvented range hoods every six to nine months or as often as the manufacturer recommends. For more detailed instructions, please see Maintenance section of the User's Guide.

* Exterior cleaning:
Clean periodically with hot soapy water and clean cotton cloth. DO NOT use corrosive or abrasive detergent (e.g. Comet Power Scruv, EZ-Off oven cleaner), or steel wool/scoring pads, which will scratch and damage the stainless steel surface. For heavier soil use liquid degrease such as "Forumla 409" or "Fantastic" brand cleaner.

* Interior cleaning:
Warning! Be sure the unit is turned off before you clean it. Also avoid spraying cleaner directly onto the light bulb or light bulb socket. Clean the interior of the range hood with a standard household cleaner.

* Fan motor care:
Most range hood fan motors don't need any maintenance. Over time, the motor and bearings may become stiff because of the constant heat, humidity, and grease to which they're exposed. Also over time, the blower wheel gets greasy and dirty, which can slow down the fan or cause vibration. Remove the wheel and clean it with a degreaser. Then, if the fan is still slow or if it vibrates, you need to replace the fan motor.

* Cleaning the grease trap/cup:
You can clean the grease trap/cup in your range hood by soaking it in a grease cleaning solution until all the grease is dissolved and then washing it with warm, soapy water.

Installing the Range Hood:

Range hood distance from the cook top.

Range hoods need to be correctly positioned in the center above a stove to draw away smoke and fumes effectively. We often recommend a distance between the countertop or burners and the hood to be min 24" for electrical and 30" for gas burners. Measure that distance, starting from the stovetop and moving upward on the wall behind the stove. Place a piece of masking tape on the wall and make a pencil mark on the tape at the correct location.


Make a level line.

Use the bubble level. Lay it against the wall and evenly position it with the height of the mark. Then apply a horizontal line of masking tape or low-tack painter's tape at the height of the mark; the length of the tape line needs to equal the width of the range hood. This tape should be removable and protects the wall from permanent measurement marks. Now lay the bubble level in place and make a series of marks to the width of the range hood. Use a straight edge along these level marks and draw a pencil line.


Make vertical lines to position the range hood.

Use a straight-edge framing square or a plumb-bob to find the true vertical position of the range hood. Many range hoods have square sides, and this line will set the position of the range hood side edge. Again, use painter's tape in the general location and make your final marks and lines with a pencil.


Locate the studs.

Range hoods are heavy and must be well-fastened to the wall studs. Do not hang a range hood on the drywall or plaster alone. Use the stud locator to find the studs and make marks for the screws. Use the drill bit (smaller than the screw shaft) and pre-drill screw holes. Don't use a drill bit that is too large; this could cause the range hood to pull away from the wall and cause injury. Use 2x4 wood across the studs for your range hood support if necessary, click on the diagram below for more info:


6" Vent installation.

This range hood requires 6" diameter exhaust opening for best performance. The exhaust hole of the fan is located 15" above the bottom of the hood . Install the 6" opening min. 85-90" from the floor. Keep the opening as close as possible ot the center above the stove. Avoid 90 degree elbows and exhaust through the closest wall or roof. If you have smaller exhaust( 4",5" dia.), you will need to use duct reducer which will lower the CFM by 10-20%, but the hood will still work fine. If your exhaust opening is bigger, your range hood will perform better. You will need to use different type reducer 6"-8", or 6" - 7"..etc. Charcoal-filter or recirculated range hoods do not require external vents.


Stainless steel cover ( flue) installation- Vaulted & Drop ceilings

This range hood comes with adjustable cover, that covers ceilings from 8' to 9'. If you have a bulkhead ( drop ceiling) and your ceiling height is less than 8', you most likely will need to cut the cover at your local metal shop, or using angle grinder. To finish it, put a molding around the edge. It you have vaulted ceiling, again you will have to cut the cover on the spot, we do not offer kits that can fill up the gap.


Electrical wiring.

Our range hoods require external power for the fan and light to operate. All hoods come with approximately 3 feet of wire ending with PLUG for standard PLUG IN connection and require 120v receptacle ( you could cut the plug for hardwire connection if necessary). You may need to call in a licensed electrician to perform the work. Install the standard 110v plug min. 85-90" from the floor , 2" left or right from the center above the stove.


Mounting the range hood.

It is a good idea to get someone to help lift the range hood into place. Cut some supporting blocks ahead of time and use them to assist in bracing the range hood while you set it in place. When the range hood is well-supported and perfectly positioned, use screws to fasten it into the wall. Most range hoods come with 2 main mounting brackets, but you could put additional screws from the inside the hood for additional support.. Remove the painter's masking tape and temporary supports at the end.

What is "Makeup air"??

When a range hood operates, it draws air from inside the house to the outside and creates or contributes to a slight vacuum in the house. The resulting negative pressure can be serious. If the negative pressure is strong enough, it can cause the furnace and other fuel-burning appliances to backdraft dangerous gases such as CO into the home. All exhaust fans, including clothes dryers, must have an adequate supply of air. The air needed for this purpose is called “makeup air” .
Although make up systems are not mandatory in all regions some regions have created legislation to ensure make up air systems are installed and it is important for homeowners to consult with local building codes. The installation of a ducted range hood allows air to be changed efficiently which improves the quality of the environment in which you live. Even if a make up air system is not required or mandatory in a specific application, simply opening a window to the exterior can effectively assist in this process. This is something to consider in many of today's air tight homes. Please check with your building inspector whether or not you need a makeup air unit.

Make-up air for range hood, here are three options:

First option:

Lower the kitchen exhaust rates. With a decent range hood, you should be able to capture cook top smoke effectively with a fan that runs at 100 cfm to 200 cfm. At these lower exhaust rates, the problem will be reduced and could even go away.

Second option:make-up-air

Low-tech solution is to poke a big hole in your house. Building codes in the north often require that if you have a combustion appliance that is vented through a chimney without the help of a fan (atmospherically vented), your house must have a hole (typically equipped with a damper) nearby to supply makeup air. This process works, but when the appliance is not being used, the makeup-air hole is the site of a big leak that can cause comfort problems and waste energy. You also could open a kitchen window a foot or so whenever you use the exhaust fan. Of course, this solution isn’t comfortable, and it wastes energy.

Third solution:

Because your kitchen exhaust equipment is approaching the size used in commercial kitchens, you can do what commercial kitchens do. They have a separate supply-air system interlocked with the exhaust controls. When the exhaust fan is turned on, a compensating supply fan comes on and brings makeup air into the kitchen.
But that’s not all you have to think about; the fireplace is just as problematic. For both efficiency and safety when burning wood, you’re better off with some sort of a sealed combustion system. The air required to burn wood comes from outside the house, and that’s also where the smoke and the combustion gases go. High-quality woodstoves and fireplace inserts operate this way. When the glass door of the wood fireplace insert is closed, you can turn on the kitchen vent fan with no fear of flying ashes or incoming combustion gases. We also recommend that you get a good carbon-monoxide (CO) alarm. You are not likely to have a CO problem when the exhaust fan is operating. After the exhaust fan is off and the fire has burned down, however, CO could accumulate. If the CO is not removed, the consequences could be fatal.

Q: How the replace a light bulb for SV168 series range hoods. Where could I find instructions??
Please click HERE for light bulb replacement instructions.


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