The new Vent-A-Hood Air Recovery System, available now on the West Coast, features state-of-the-art technology for cleaning greasy, odor-filled air by means of a new design in ductless range hoods.
Online PR News – 25-December-2010 – – Buena Park, CA December 20, 2010 - The new Vent-A-Hood Air Recovery System, available now on the West Coast, features state-of-the-art technology for cleaning greasy, odor-filled air by means of a new design in ductless range hoods. The announcement was made by V-A-H Marketing, the California distributor for the product.
A four-stage process collects rising gases, separates and removes the grease, contains odors and traps smoke. The activated carbon bed offers 50 times more exposure and removal of odors than traditional flat carbon mats found in most ductless hoods, according to the company. Furthermore, the Vent-A-Hood proprietary microfiber filter snuffs out the smoke.
Prominent figures in the home improvement industry are showing enthusiasm and a respect for Vent-A-Hood’s achieving a satisfying duct-free hood experience. The Vent-A-Hood Air Recovery System is the first range-hood product line to be developed utilizing this new technology. “This is the first real solution for residents in lofts, condos and high-rises who have suffered with re-circulating hoods that do nothing to clean the cooking air,” said Bob Wells, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the company.
For information on ductless range hoods that feature the Vent-A-Hood Air Recovery System, call (800) 836-8246, or visit the VAH website at http://www.vahmarketing.com/.
Founded in 1947, V-A-H Marketing (a Vent-A-Hood of California company) is a luxury appliance distributor maintaining offices and warehouses in Northern and Southern California and offering a range of products and services. These include appliance distribution, marketing, repair, and dealer product-training (along with specialty services such as complimentary job-site custom hood design services). V-A-H’s cooking and product-orientation classes, conducted by a certified home economist, educate consumers on state-of-the-art cooking equipment.