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Wall Canopy Range Hood





wall canopy range hood






    range hood
  • exhaust hood over a kitchen range

  • An extractor hood (United Kingdom), range hood (United States), or rangehood (Australia), also known as a kitchen hood, stove hood, exhaust hood, cooker hood, extraction hood, cooking canopy, vent hood, ventilation hood, extractor fan, fume extractor or electric chimney, is a device containing a

  • Comes in many styles and is used to draw grease, heat, steam, smoke, odor and hazardous gasses away from the stove and out of the kitchen.





    canopy
  • the umbrellalike part of a parachute that fills with air

  • the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit

  • cover with a canopy

  • Cover or provide with a canopy





    wall
  • an architectural partition with a height and length greater than its thickness; used to divide or enclose an area or to support another structure; "the south wall had a small window"; "the walls were covered with pictures"

  • surround with a wall in order to fortify

  • A side of a building or room, typically forming part of the building's structure

  • A continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land

  • Any high vertical surface or facade, esp. one that is imposing in scale

  • anything that suggests a wall in structure or function or effect; "a wall of water"; "a wall of smoke"; "a wall of prejudice"; "negotiations ran into a brick wall"











wall canopy range hood - KitchenAid 30"




KitchenAid 30" Architect Series II Black Wall-Mount Canopy Hood - KWCU405SBL


KitchenAid 30" Architect Series II Black Wall-Mount Canopy Hood - KWCU405SBL



Architect Series II Architect Series II appliances are an evolution of performance and intuitive design that was inspired by, and created for, those who love to cook and entertain. The timeless appearance of the Architect Series II comes in the form of robust contoured handles and knobs, rounded corners, and seamless stainless steel edges. Mouthwatering performance is reflected in adjustable settings, intuitive displays and control graphics, and complementary features designed to work together for a smooth cooking experience. The sleek styling of this wall-mount canopy hood will complement any kitchen whether it is integrated into the design as a focal point, or simply admired for its slim canopy profile, beveled edges, and exceptional performance. 600 CFM Pro Motor with 6" Round Duct Slim Canopy Profile 4-Speed Electronic Touch Controls Dual Halogen Lighting Heavy-Duty Baffle Filters (Dishwasher Safe) Fully Adjustable Mounting System Seamless Canopy Design with Beveled Edges Convertible to Recirculating (Ductless Installation) Optional recirculation kit required. Chimney Extension Kits Available for installing vent hood in an area with a high ceiling. Provides approximately 23" of additional canopy height. Controls: Electronic Touch with Blue Light Slim Profile: Yes Seamless Canopy Design: Yes with Beveled Edges Electrical Requirements: 120V/15A Dimensions Width: 30" Depth: 22" Height: 31 7/16" Min. to 40 7/16" Max. 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty. MSRP: $1,929.00










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York, St William's College




York, St William's College





College of the Chantry Priests of York Minster. c1465 with alterations of various dates, including frontispiece and staircase extension of mid C17 to north range; east range sub-divided and remodelled with entrance extension in early C18; south range converted to commercial use in late C18 and early C19. Substantially restored 1902 by Temple Moore. MATERIALS: magnesian limestone ashlar on chamfered plinth, timber-framed first floor with plastered infill and coved plaster eaves; north end of west range rebuilt in orange-brown brick in random bond; underbuilding in red brick in English garden-wall bond on courtyard side of south range. Staircase extension of orange brick in English garden-wall bond. Right return cement-rendered, rusticated on ground floor, and entrance extension of orange brick in random bond; coved timber eaves cornice. Roofs of pantile with tile verges in places, and brick stacks. EXTERIOR: street front: 2 storeys and attics; 10 bays: first floor has coved jetty between moulded wallplate and moulded bressumer, and exposed timber-framing: at right end, 2-storey 1-bay extension. Entrance in centre of original building flanked by side standards with crocketed pinnacles has panelled double doors in 4-centred moulded arch of 3 orders with shafted jambs. Above, in canopied niche beneath crocketed ogee hood, carving of St William flanked by armorial shields. On each side, coved jetty timbers carved as figures. To left of entrance is a 16-pane sash window with sunk-panel shutters: further left, paired 6-panel doors with small-pane overlights between small-pane bow windows with dentilled cornices and panelled shutters. To right of entrance, two shopfronts beneath continuous modillioned cornice have glazed and panelled doors and radial fanlights in doorcases of sunk-panel jambs, one with applied ornament, fluted necking and friezes, and paterae: windows are small- pane bows. Further right is a 4-light window with 12-pane casements and shutters of raised and fielded panelling. Extension has altered 6-panel passage door. On first floor are 5 renewed oriel windows with traceried lights; four 2-, 3- or 4-light mullioned windows, one with transom; and C18 oriel with tall 12-pane sash windows: 12-pane sash over gateway. Attic has gabled and raking dormers with 2-light windows. Rear: 2 storeys and attics, with altered irregular fenestration: 2-storey staircase extension off-centre to right; left end obscured by later building. Extension has rectangular and oval windows with moulded brick hoods. To left, traces of two full-height windows with 2-centred heads remain, one behind extension blocked with brick. The other, with stone blocking, retains original double hollow chamfered jambs, badly decayed, and sloped sill: on ground floor, 3-light window is of re-used C17 casements beneath timber lintel; on first floor, paired 12-pane sashes. Further left, is restored 6-light mullioned window with coved hoodmould on ground floor, and 4- and 3-light mullioned windows on first floor... LBO











Aydon Castle




Aydon Castle





Fortified Manor house. Solar and east wing c.1280, hall (replacing earlier structure) slightly later. North-west range and courtyard wall probably associated with licence to crenellate granted to Robert de Raymes 1305. North- west range remodelled early C14, outer bailey later C14. Minor alterations in C16, C17 and C19. C13 parts good-quality squared stone, later additions coursed rubble with dressings; stone slate roofs. Original C13 buildings cruciform in plan, on edge of steep valley side. North- west range and courtyard north of hall. Irregular outer bailey to north and west, with gateway to north-west and apsidal tower at north corner. C13 parts have chamfered plinth, and eaves string with stone drain spouts. Stepped clasping buttresses to south and east, and garderobe projection at south-east corner of east wing. Early C14 crenellated parapets. Shouldered- arched doorways to hall block; door to solar undercroft dated 1653 with initials WC HC (William and Henry Collinson). Ground floor windows mostly chamfered loops; some inserted C19 sashes. External stone stair on north of hall to landing with balcony on moulded corbels; chases of 2 former canopies in stonework above. Hall doorway has double-chamfered pointed arch with moulded hood. Hall and solar have 2-light windows with twin lancet lights under pointed arches with moulded hoods; solar north window has quatrefoil in spandrel enclosing bearded mask. East wing has single-light windows, that to east with foliage hoodmould stops. Two projecting stacks on east of solar, upper parts rebuilt C20. Stack on south of hall has semicircular top with pointed vents and pyramidal cap at eaves level. North-west wing has scattered fenestration, with shouldered heads to several doorways and 2-light windows; doorway on north with lintel inscribed 1657 WC.









wall canopy range hood








wall canopy range hood




XO XOM36G 36 Wall Mount Glass Canopy Chimney Range Hood - Stainless Steel






The XOM is a beautiful combination of glass and stainless steel. The curved design makes an elegant statement in any decor. 600 CFM high velocity blower optimally removes Smoke, Grease and Odors Sones Min to Max: 1.8 - 6.5 3 speed electronic illuminated controls 15 Minute delay off Two 20 W Halogen Lights - Provide brilliant illumination over the cooking surface High quality Stainless Steel with incomparable handcrafted Italian finish Aluminum Mesh Filters - Trap airborne smoke and grease particles. They can be easily be removed for dishwasher-safe cleaning Standard Chimney fits ceilings up to 9 ft tall Mounting Height from cooking surface 27" - 32" Approximate Dimensions (Inches) Height: 27 1/8 - 32 Width: 36 Depth: 19 5/16 Consult product installation guide for exact dimensions.










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