Faber is a renowned Italian company that has created and manufactured bells for your kitchen for more than fifty years.
Professor Abramo Galassi was the first to create a ventilation hood in a small laboratory, until today they are considered one of the global leaders who excels in design and engineering for its excellent quality. Your strengths as a company would be the commitment, dedication and dynamics that characterize them. They manage to transform your extractor hood from a very basic element to a more functional appliance with an elegant design. Each of two bells of this range is a Faber, and the company continues to maintain its objectives to continue growing.
They currently have operations on three continents, with seven plants, in some countries such as: Italy, Sweden, France, Turkey, India, Mexico and Argentina, and they have a marketing office in United States and a representative office in Russia. In addition, this company has a corporate identity that is based on the vision of promoting products and technology but always respecting the principles of design and functionality for the customer. They have values oriented in offering a good quality of products and services to be efficient and safe with the environment.
The MAES30SS is one of the Faber hoods that has a 600 CFM motor, it is a professional hood when it comes to the sense of style. It has a direct upper rear ventilation and a wide variety of fireplace options. It is best known as one of the most versatile and easy to install on the market.
- Professional styling
- Two chimney options.
- 600 CFM PRO motor.
- 3 speed slide controls
- Quick mounting system.
- 20 watt halogen lights.
- Baffle style dishwasher safe grease filters.
- 6-Inch round ducting.
- Top or direct rear venting.
Professional delivery is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery for you.
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