Published at Monday, July 30th, 2018 - 03:58:11 AM. Range Hood. By Farago.
Excerpt from Planning on Buying a Range Hood Insert? :
Functionally two types of range hood insert are available. Most commonly used are the ducted type. These collect the smoke, fumes, moisture and odor etc generated from the cooking process. This polluted air is then blown outside the kitchen or the house through a duct. The other variety is that of the non-ducted type. These types of equipment simply remove the odor from the air, and the smoke is left as it is. It is physically not removed from the air.
Operationally, the range hood insert is all practically same. They suck polluted air and throws it outside the kitchen with the help of preinstalled ducts. However, some features, as the level of noise or the type and brightness of cooking lights etc may make one model more suited to your needs compared to the other. The range hood design must be such that you are able to remove the filters and clean or replace it. If you leave the filters as it is, then over time dirt and grease will clog them. Eventually, the hood may catch fire leading to extensive damage in the kitchen.
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