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Different Kinds of Cooker hoods

 A cooker hood is a mechanical installation designed to filter air of airborne particles associated with cooking. These particles include airborne grease, combustion products, smoke, odors, heat and steam. Cooker hoods, also known as extractor hoods or ventilation hoods, are utilized in kitchens to supply cooks with clean air, and also stopping greasy buildups from forming on walls and also other surfaces.

Types of Cooker hoods

Since domestic and commercial kitchens have varying layouts, you can find a number of cooker hood types for different conditions and setups. In addition, cooker hoods use different operating concepts to filter kitchen air, with specific designs more suited to domestic over commercial uses, and vice versa.

A typical cooker hood maintains a similar position directly above a cooking surface, most usually the stove. Cooker hoods should be wide enough to cover this surface totally. The hood includes a skirt positioned over this surface at a height that is comfortable for the average user. The skirt surrounds grease filters backed by a fan that sucks air into the unit. Fans may feature several speed options. Most fans have at least two speed settings, one designed for operation during cooking, and one that is much quieter to be used during meals. Some advanced models have an automatic fan feature that turns the fan on when temperatures get too high. This feature is a signal to the fan that steam or smoke might be present in the air and the fan should be operating. Cooker hoods can also feature automatic shut-off timer choices.

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