Jenn-Air Ventilation system brings iconic persona to your kitchen

A luxury kitchen is more than the sum of its appliances. A focal point of the home, it makes a statement about you to your guests. Appliances serve more than merely the expected function, but personify and reveal your personality. This February when Jenn-Air unveils its Accolade™ Downdraft Ventilation System, it will command attention for both its iconic design and its extraordinary performance.

This 36-inch, super-premium downdraft ventilation system will generate a lot of noise in the media, but not in the upscale kitchens in which it will silently premiere. Exquisitely fashioned from glass and stainless steel, the Accolade™ Downdraft Ventilation System has a timeless design that is reminiscent of the graceful, soaring curves of the Gateway Arch.

JXD7836BS Accolade in set

Strikingly beautiful with compelling curves, its downdraft design will make a bold statement when it rises 19 inches above the cooktop’s surface. Ambient white LED lighting behind translucent, curved glass adds an alluring touch of refinement to the most exclusive kitchens. Concealed controls keep your direction behind the scenes, except when using the remote control for a grand opening. Just as stunning is the way the Accolade™ disappears, maintaining open sight lines and a minimalist aesthetic when retracted.

The Jenn-Air® Accolade™ Downdraft Ventilation System is highly regarded for more than just its curves and good looks. Performance is key to the respect it engenders. Powered by a 1,200-CFM in-line blower (sold separately), this retractable hood ensures outstanding results with gas, electric and induction cooktops by providing the space needed for efficient venting without pulling flame or heat. With four fan speeds, the Jenn-Air® Accolade™ has exhilarating power to effectively ventilate for all types of cookware — from shallow sauté pans to tall stockpots.

A monument to form and function, the Jenn-Air® 36-inch Accolade™ Downdraft Ventilation System is a true masterpiece that belongs only in kitchens seeking something exceptional: an appliance regarded as a work of art.

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