Published at Saturday, July 28th, 2018 - 01:46:09 AM. Range Hood. By Farago.
Excerpt from Choosing the Correct Cooker Hoods :
Island Hoods. Island hoods are designed for kitchens in which the cooker is positioned away from the wall. They are finished on all four sides, as all are visible. Island hoods, in general, tend to be of a more modern style, and are usually stainless in the finish. Some manufacturers, Britannia and Falmec for example, do offer variation in hood color and finish.
Cooker Hoods. Hoods are designed to be mounted on the wall above your range cooker or hob, to extract grease and odors from the air while cooking. The grease and odors are then either extracted through an external wall to outside or alternatively filtered through a carbon filter and the clean air recirculated back into the room. Consisting of the main canopy section and vertical chimney section, cooker hoods house a powerful motor that is used to draw the air in. There are various types and styles available as outlined below - generally chimney styled, with the whole unit designed to be visible, through to integrated hoods that can be housed in a kitchen cupboard.
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