Extractor hoods

An extractor hood (U.K.) or range hood (U.S.), also known as a kitchen hood, stove hood, exhaust hood, cooker hood, extraction hood, cooking canopy, ventilation hood, extractor fan, fume extractor or electric chimney, is a device containing a fan that hangs above the stove or cooktop in the kitchen. It is used to remove airborne grease, combustion products, smoke, odors, heat, and steam from the air by a combination of filtration and evacuation of the air.
An extractor hood consists of three main components: a skirt or capture panel to contain the rising gases (also known as the "effluent plume"), one or more grease filters, and a fan or tangential blower for forced ventilation.

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    DA 7078 D 11212630 (ceiling ventilators)
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    Miele DA 7078 D 11212630 (ceiling ventilators)
    LI69SA683 iQ700 (flat-screen hood)
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    Siemens LI69SA683 iQ700 (flat-screen hood)
    LR97CAQ50 (ceiling ventilators)
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    Siemens LR97CAQ50 (ceiling ventilators)

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