ELICA EXTRATOR

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lolalita74 Sun 30-Aug-20 16:22:31

Anyone has or know about Elica Extrator?

Looking at the Elica Hi light.

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Dim Light
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Long Life Filter
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Tune White
Tune White


Technical features
WIDTH
100cm

ENERGY CLASS
A

SIZE
100 x 50 cm

VERSION
Duct-out/Re-circulating (Re-circulating kit available)

FINISHES
Stainless steel, white

LIGHTING
Strip LED 2 x 14 W

CONTROLS
Remote control

SPEEDS
3 speeds + 2 boost levels

BOOSTER AIRFLOW
770 m³/h

NOISE LEVEL
53 dBA

TOTAL POWER ABSORPTION
188 W

DUCT SIZE
150 mm

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PigletJohn Mon 31-Aug-20 09:04:17

Size and power look good but I don't know that model. I see it is a ceiling fit without a cowl/hood and I'm not convinced that is an efficient style for odours and fat fumes (though it works for steam/water vapour which stratifies upwards against the ceiling)

lolalita74 Mon 31-Aug-20 10:19:53

Really??? I dont really want a hood. I don't like the idea of having a hood hanging down my head while cooking and not keen on having to keep on cleaning the outside of hood 😞

But if the hood is the only good option which one would you suggest please. This is going to be my dream kitchen and I don't want to make the wrong decisions. Need help to understand. Those sale people sometimes just push to sell products where the bonuses are. Sorry bad English (I'm Spanish)

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PigletJohn Mon 31-Aug-20 11:23:46

Will it be against a wall, or in the middle of the room over an island?
Is it an external wall?

Are you thinking of getting new kitchen units? (cabinets)

lolalita74 Mon 31-Aug-20 12:30:24

You see the island in the middle, above will be the extractor. Opposite of the island will be the TV lounge.

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lolalita74 Mon 31-Aug-20 13:04:32

Forgot to say it's open plan kitchen

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PigletJohn Mon 31-Aug-20 14:00:07

not trying to be awkward, but I'm not keen on trying to ventilate an open-plan house especially when the hob is on an island.

In commercial kitchens, I've seen it done using a large metal hood that comes down from the ceiling to try and catch the fumes before they can blow around the house.

You might not like that.

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lolalita74 Mon 31-Aug-20 16:45:38

I am going to have another look at the hood that comes down. I think you are right. Thank you for your help 🙏

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