This cooker hood gets attached to your ceiling, by fixing a steel plate to a joist from which the cooker hood will hang. The 2m steel wires are adjusted to hang the hood at the desired height above your hob or cooker. The aluminum grease filter is located at the bottom of this cooker hood, and the carbon filter CBCF003 is included, so you can easily take it out and clean it, even after you have hung the cooker hood up.
CIARRA Smart Island Cooker Hood 48cm CBCB4850-OW
- 48 cm island cooker hood, max 700m³/h.
- ECO-friendly, equipment long life span & energy saving.
- Recirculating air system.
- 4 power levels, incl. activated carbon filter.
- LED lighting, controllable via smart APP connecting WiFi & sensor touch.
- Advice: Replace the carbon filter every 2-4 months.
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A modern approach for a modern home.
|Cooker Hood Material||Black painting & glass|
|Product Dimensions (width X depth X height)||482mm*318mm*100mm-2000mm|
|Installation height (adjustable)||100mm - 2000mm|
|Sound Power Level||66dB(A)|
|Energy Efficiency Rating||A++|
|Fluid Dynamic Efficiency Class||A|
|Lighting Efficiency class||A|
|Measured power consumption in off mode||0.35W|
|Control||App control+Sensor touch|
|Power Step details||Step1:/267m³/h-56dB(A)|
Ciarra smart island cooker hood comes with the following items in the box:
|1 × Island Cooker Hood|
|1 × Manual book|
|2 × Carbon filter|
|1 × Steel Ceiling Plate|
|1 × Bag of screws|
|4 × Steel Rope|
The Suction is good. The hood makes my kitchen even more stylish and easy to clean. Works very well. I recommend it
Sorry last week I sent a negative review, this was for a different company product. Your product was very good.
Bought this in February, and I'm very satisfied with the way it looks and how it performs. Installation was easy and it comes with a wide variety of features, very handy for my wife and me.
I recommend this for spaces with a kitchen island that works with clean lines. Happy with this, thanks Ciarra!