Cooker hood collection expanded by Air Uno

AIRUNO has expanded its popular product range with a new designer cooker hood.

AIRUNO has increased its collection of built-in cupboard hoods with the launch of the Donizetti Space cooker hood. This built-in cupboard cooker hood is available in widths of 60, 90 and 120cm and provides significant additional storage space.

The glass hood can be used for filtering and suction, meaning users can recirculate the air in their kitchens. The filtered air is extracted directly outside due to an effective extraction maximum rate of 609 m3/h.

The sleek glass and stainless steel hood boasts a noise-level rating of 51-64db and is energy rated B.  In addition it features easily accessible, high quality aluminium anti-grease filters and a soft touch control panel with three speed settings. A full-length LED strip light delivers optimal lighting of the cooking area.

The Donizetti Space is also adjustable, allowing it to be easily installed into existing kitchen cupboards by simply replacing the bottom section of the unit. Meanwhile, the hood’s minimal overall dimensions help save space inside the wall cupboard, freeing up more storage space.

Geoff Baker, Chairman of AIRUNO, said: “Following the success of our Donizetti model, we’ve launched the Donizetti Space. This ensures consumers who require a smaller or larger version can enjoy all the benefits it has to offer. Its hidden storage space and elegant aesthetic allow it to fit effortlessly into any kitchen, therefore we’re sure it will prove to be every bit as successful as the original Donizetti model.”

The brand new built-in cooker hood is available in wide range of sizes.

Visit the Air Uno website for further information.


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