How to choose the cooker hood

The extractor hood is a basic element in our kitchens as it guarantees
proper ventilation and avoids bad odors. Tips to get your choice right.

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If you are going to buy an extractor hood, keep the following points in mind:

Types of bells. The most common are conventional or visors that are very cheap; the decorative ones with a multitude of design options and the built-in ones that fit into a closet and go unnoticed.
Size. At a minimum, it should be the same width as the cooktop, but ideally larger to improve absorption.
Power. It is calculated based on the size of the kitchen. Multiply their mtwo by the height and this figure by 12. The result will be the minimum power that you will have to ask for your hood.
Noise. Although the bells are very noisy, there are them from 35 db, the quietest, up to 60 db.


Wall-mounted extractor hood

Integrated hoods

extractor hood integrated into the glass ceramic

Hood integrated in the Pando cooktop.


A great option for those who want total freedom of design in the kitchen or
do not want visual obstacles, they are hoods built into the hob. With its recirculation extraction system you will eliminate odors and fumes.

Extractor hood filters

If they are metallic, wash them frequently, and if your hood filters are activated carbon, renew them when indicated by the manufacturer.

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