Process of exhausting fumes and steam from above a cooker is dependent on three factors:
This is the speed with which the air is collected and exits the range hood.
We use the unit cubic meter per hour (m3/hr) to measure airflow.
- Static Pressure
This is the pressure that the motor generates to force the collected air out of the pipe all the way to the exit.
It is this pressure that ensures that air flows freely and there is no smell left in the kitchen.
We use the unit "Pascals" (Pa) to measure pressure.
Air Filteration (Separation of oil/grease)
The oil in the collected air has to be separated from the air effectively.
This is a must to ensure that the air is able to pass freely inside the cavity of the range hood and then through the pipe towards the exit.
Contemporary Slanted Wall Mount Kitchen Vent Hood | Powerful Motor Rated at 430PA with 57dB Noise Level | Convenient Hands-Off Operation
NEXT GENERATION RANGE HOOD: This slanted range hood features a black crystal wide screen over the kitchen exhaust fan – an essential addition to the most contemporary kitchens.
- Airflow: 1200m3/hr
- Max Static Pressure: 420 Pa
- Filters over 95% of oil and fumes
- Noise: ≤ 57dB
- Motion Sensor On/Off Switch
- Collects 92% of Grease in Washable tray
- Inner Cavity coated with special coatings that detaches oil and fume
- 90cm width
- Free installation with delivery
- Warranty: 5 years
- 10 Years Motor Warranty