Cooker Hoods - Explained
Cooker Hoods - Explained
The new modern kitchen is now a fully functional living area with larger and more open plan kitchens becoming ever more popular. Kitchens with a large cooker will need a larger hood that will draw the cooking vapors up and away, the most effective way to do this is planning in an Island cooker hood into your kitchen at the planning stage, you will need to consider running the ducting kit though the ceiling joists and to the shortest most direct route to the outside wall, this method will increase the effectiveness of your Island cooker hood.
Our choice as to the design and colour of our Island cooker hoods is one of the largest, we now supply 70cm Island cooker hoods up to 180cm Island cooker hoods, all with a full seven years free parts and labour warranty. (subject to registration).
For a cooker hood doubling as a feature piece, our range of downdrafts extractors is for you. Sleek and sophisticated, add style to your kitchen with one of the downdraft cooker hoods we do. With our high powered motor design; our down draft cooker hood ranges extracts up to 1200m³/hr, and at a quiet 61db you've got the perfect balance between efficiency and style. Luxair cooker hoods don’t need to be heard at great volumes for you to know they’re doing a first rate job!
Our brand new LA-90-DWN and LA-90-Turbo rise 500mm high, this allows for bigger pans and steaming pans, downdrafts that only rise 380mm are quite simply not as efficient in performance. All our downdraft and ceiling cooker hoods have a minimum extraction rate of 950m³/hr motor and come with all the kit you will need. We do not make the extractor look cheaper by adding the motor separately, quality extraction at its best is how our customers describe our products.
New revolutionary designer induction hobs with built-in extractor fans.
Luxair have now developed and revolutionised the way we extract, with many kitchens now being open plan the demand for exceptional designer extraction is high, the all new range of extraction is Induction cooking with built-in extractor fans, known as downdraft, the reason is quite simple, the vapours are drawn downwards rather than upwards.
The advantages of an induction downdraft are that they are easy to clean, easy to install, and less noisy extraction. When ceiling hoods are the only option for open plan kitchens we often find that beams and ceiling heights are restrictive in the choice of what is available in the cooker hood world.
Luxair have now combined your hob with an extractor, extracting airflow and odours down and away under your kitchen cabinets, these cook tops can be vented directly outside under the kitchen plinth line.