Extractors in the kitchen surface
Users who prefer a minimalist style of design and prefer their view of the hob to be unobstructed will find that a hob hood is ideally suited to their needs. It is installed on a modular basis between one or two hobs, Teppan Yaki plates or woks. Complete freedom in combining different elements means you can design your own unique cooking centre. Another option is a Fusion hob – a hob with a range hood already integrated. Its design is stripped back to the essentials and blends perfectly into its surroundings. The OptiLink function switches the range hood on and off and automatically adjusts the extraction power in response to the cooking process. Because both of these extractors are situated right next to the pans, they draw the vapours downwards directly from the source. A downdraft, on the other hand, is installed behind the hob and moves to pan height when in use. It is particularly suitable for panorama hobs.
For plenty of headroom and a puristic kitchen design: The hob hood is installed in the kitchen surface and the cooking vapours are drawn down directly. Thanks to the recessed collection tray, there are no spillages and cleaning is quick and practical. The tray has a storage capacity of 0.5 litres. It can be easily removed from its trough and cleaned in the dishwasher together with the metal grease filter.
For island cooking units
We have developed a range of island hoods which create stylish accents with their design. Ceiling range hoods are less striking, but equally well suited to island cooking units.
Ceiling range hood
In kitchens with modern designs, the island marks the transition from living area to kitchen in many ways. An island hood can form a visual highlight, but can also restrict the view into the living area in open-plan rooms. The ceiling range hood, on the other hand, creates open spaces. The hood integrates perfectly into modern, puristic kitchens.
Space-saving and discreet
Built-in range hoods and integrated range hoods are installed in the top cabinet or in a specially constructed cover. By integrating them into the kitchen design, they become almost invisible. Depending on the design, the hood can leave room for cooking utensils.