In Stock / Down Draft Extractors
|Extraction Rate||495 m3/h|
|Noise Level||62 dB|
|Dimensions||W: 875 mm x D: 120 mm|
Down Draft Extractors
A down draft extractor works to the same principles as a conventional kitchen hood but looks incredibly cool when you need to use it. This is because the main body of the extractor is housed below a work surface, so it is out of sight when not in use. This flat smooth finish will perfectly compliment your work surface when positioned alongside an induction or gas hob.
When you are ready to use it, the down draft extractor can be electronically raised up from its housing and once turned on will start capturing steam and smells accumulated in your kitchen.
Downdraft extractors are perfect for use on an island or in a dedicated cooking area. They can be used to re-circulate air or to duct it out. If ducting out with an external or remote motor you will benefit from having a quieter kitchen, since the main motor will positioned away from your kitchen space.
Most down draft extractors will use a simple touch control operation. Some will have a remote control option and choice of lighting options.
Should you be tall enough to have previously suffered from banging your head on a kitchen hood whilst cooking, then a down draft extractor will be just perfect for you!
At RDO we have an excellent range of downdraft extractors from quality manufacturers such as Miele, Wolf, Best, Siemens, Bosch, Caple, Elica and Westin.
If you would like help to decide which down draft extractor is best for your kitchen, you can call in to our main showroom in Reigate where one of our knowledgeable staff will be able to help you. Our showroom at Salfords has a selection of mainly ex-display items on show (when available). You can check the current models on display by using the filters on our website or you can call us. Both locations are within easy reach of East or West Sussex, Surrey, Kent and the M25.
You can see all down draft extractors in stock or if you have a question you can get in touch with us here