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Cooking | Product
How to choose
With the trend for open-plan living, a quiet and efficient extractor is essential
to deal with the strong cooking odours as well as the grease-laden air that can
otherwise linger throughout the house. There are two vital points to consider
when choosing a hood, the first is whether you want the hood to be ducted or
re-circulated, and the second is its power rating. Here are some helpful
Ducted or recirculated?
For optimum performance, your extractor hood should be ducted to the outside of the
house, so that the extracted air is vented outside. But sometimes this is not practical,
so most Siemens Hoods can also operate in re-circulating mode; where the air is
passed through the metal ilter to remove grease and then through a carbon ilter to
remove odours before being directed back into the kitchen. Although the extraction
rate is slightly lower when using this method than ducted extraction and the carbon
odour ilter will need to be replaced, re-circulating the air offers an energy eficient
beneit; cool air is retained in the home in the summer and warm air does not vent out
during winter months.
The power to perform.
Your chosen hood must be powerful enough to effectively remove moisture and
cooking odours from your kitchen. The hood should be able to change the air in the
kitchen 10 times per hour. Using this quick calculation, you can check whether a hood
is suficiently powerful. Firstly, calculate the volume of the kitchen (H x W x D metres).
Next, multiply that igure by 10. The resulting igure is the maximum extraction rate