Under-mount Range Hood Measurements
Whilst we have quite a number of range hood models (with the measurements that we need) already pre-loaded in our production software, we do not have all of them. Some of the better appliance manufactures provide all the measurements needed over the internet to make the cabinet, however there are quite a few that don’t.
Below are all the measurements that we need to custom make your rangehood cabinet to suit. As you can see there are quite a few. If we are unable to source the measurements, we will need you to measure these directly off your range hood itself (or they may even be provided in the specifications that come with the range hood) Hint: I would double check these as we have come across instances where the specifications were incorrect.
Measurement ‘D’ is the height of the range hood INCLUDING any screw heads or other vertical protrusions (distance ‘E’) on the range hood itself (often the range hood manufacturers for some reason do not include these in the overall height and these are required).
Measurement ‘G’ is the diameter of the flue hole.
The cut-out size is the size that the manufacturer of the range-hood wants the cut-out to be in the bottom of the range-hood cabinet. This is found in the range-hood’s specification.
Measurement ‘K’ is the centreline of the flue holes variation from the center of the actual range hood itself. -125 means that the flue hole off centre 125mm to the left whereas 125mm means that the flue hole off centre 125mm to the right. 0mm means that the flue hole is directly centre of the range hood (which is normal for the majority of the hoods).
Measurement ‘J’ is the the distance from the very rear of the range hood to the centre line of the flue hole.
Measurement ‘L’ is from the very rear of the range hood to the centre line of the flue hole.
We will either need all of these measurements or if we already have sourced some of these, then we will advise you of which ones we still need.
Note: It is very important that you provide us with the exact measurements, to the millimetre, failing to do so will mean that your cabinet will be supplied with the wrong measurements that you have supplied and these will cause you problems when you are assembling the cabinet with the range hood.