Range Hood types

Range Hood types
Built-in model.

This type of Range Hoods is very popular in recent years. Such design involves the installation of some device elements and air duct within kitchen cabinet. Therefore, built-in models are easy to fit in almost any interior.

Telescopic modification is optimally suited for small kitchen.

It virtually not occupies of free space. The model is mounted inside of cabinet. Lower operating panel remains outside. The cost of a telescopic model is practically no different from the price of traditional flat model.

Features of telescopic models.

Extendable working surface provides the greater air suction area. Accordingly, the efficiency of these models is also high.

The devices are very compact. Models without connecting to ventilation (only recirculation mode) occupy only 1/3 of shelf space.

These models provide a sufficiently high power. Therefore, the performance of the telescopic device is also quite high. It averages about 500 cubic meters per hour.

Virtually all models of this type support the modes of ventilation and recirculation. Availability of two modes greatly expands the user selection. Backlight provides additional lighting in the kitchen at night.

These Range Hoods simultaneously use the coarse filters for collecting fat and the activated carbon filters for air cleaning from odors.

The telescopic model fits very nicely in any interior.

Sufficiently high noise level is the only significant drawback. It’s about 60 dB. Location device inside cabinet reduces this drawback due to sound absorption by the cabinet housing. More expensive models have noise level about of 40 dB.

Dome shaped models.

These devices are divided into model of the fireplace and angular types.

Fireplace model.

They got its name due to similarity with fireplaces.

Model is mounted on the wall. They support ventilation and recirculation modes. Today these models are the most popular in segment of domed Range Hoods.

The popularity is caused by the following factors:

1. The model does not require of additional kitchen cabinet.

2. Colors and classical form are well suited virtually for any kitchen interior.

3. A wide range of models are performed in the popular modernist style or in the country style.

Angular model.

These devices are mounted in corner of kitchen.

Selection of corner model is usually predetermined by kitchen layout when hob is placed in the corner. They are divided into T-shaped and domed models.

Features of the angular models.

Almost all models are connected with air duct, but they also can operate in recirculation mode.

The design of angular models varies in a wide range. The dome design corresponds to the classical style. Retro and high-tech styles are also well represented in the model lines.

The circulation mode is almost never used for this type. Carbon filter cleans air on the kitchen by only 70%. Therefore, ventilation mode is the most common.

Range Hoods with a noise level of 40 dB are considered low- noise. The level of 60 dB corresponds to the average value of this parameter.