Out of sight
This high quality integrated hood is designed to sit behind your cupboard door so that you can keep it out of sight when not in use. Finished in a stylish grey and unbranded for your convenience, this cooker hood is perfectly suited to blend in with your existing appliances.
Unlike conventional extractor fans which can often be intrusive when in operation, this cooker hood delivers impressive extraction performance and efficiency that result in lower noise emissions. This means you can leave the extractor running whilst you relax, eat or host in the kitchen without being disturbed.
Easy to use slider controls
This hood has two simple slider controls. One slider controls your hoods light and the other controls the speed. Easily select the required speed to suit what you have cooking. The more steam and odour in the kitchen the higher speed you will need.
This hood has a large panel of 40watt incandescent lighting. With a simple slide of a button you can illuminate your cooking space and create some ambiance in your kitchen.
Extract or re-circulate?
This cooker hood boasts of extraction up to 205 cubic meters per hour - making it ideal for larger kitchens. The acrylic grease filter makes for an easy maintenance of airborne grease and smells. You can choose to either extract the steamy air or re-circulate it.
Please note - This hood is top venting . The vent is located within the lower section of the chimney, the flexible pipe can be turned at 90 degrees to vent out of the wall at any point.
Extracting the air - Odours, grease, smoke and steam are extracted from the kitchen to the outside of your house via ducting.
This highly effective method requires a vent through an outside wall which can be expensive to install. You'll require a ducting connector and hose for this method of extraction.
Recirculating the air- Odours, grease and smoke are drawn through a series of filters, before releasing the purified air back into the kitchen.
This method benefits from low installation costs and can be used in almost all kitchens. For optimum performance you will need to replace your carbon filters every 3 months. If you decide you want the air to re-circulate then you simply need to purchase 1 x twin pack of carbon filters - eIQCF110 .
What size hood do I need? - Ideally if you have a 60cm hob or cooker then you would need a 60cm hood to work efficiently. However, this is not a set rule, if you have enough space then you can always opt for something a little larger.
Handy hint - If you are replacing an existing hood measure the entire width including any glass.