01 product description
Quiet yet powerful, versatile in their function and simple to clean and care for, bulthaup's exhaust systems are a real asset. You can choose from five different variations and a wealth of dimensions.
The slatted hood for installation on the bulthaup b3 multi-functional wall, with an angle of inclination of 50 degrees, offers maximum headroom and is almost sculpture-like when its slats are closed. During operation, these slats open, thereby increasing the unit's efficiency compared to other extractors.
The two other types of extractor, with stainless steel flat panels or the typical bulthaup glass plate, offer a timeless use of form and superlative efficiency. They are available for ceiling or wall mounting.
All of bulthaup's exhaust systems are optionally available with exhaust air technology, where the air is expelled outside, or with circulated air technology. Where the ultra-efficient circulated air technology is used, the activated charcoal odor filters can be washed up to ten times in the dishwasher.
bulthaup extractors are available in various versions in a range of sizes. The slatted extractor hood is available in widths of 90 and 120 cm (60 cm deep, 48 cm tall) and is suspended in the system bulthaup b3 panel wall. The extractor hood with stainless steel flat panel is the ideal solution in many room situations, thanks to its many size combinations in terms of width (60 to 150 cm), depth (55, 65 and 75 cm) and height (62.5 to 135 cm). But the bulthaup classic with glass plate is also offered as wall-hanging solution (60/90 cm wide, 49 cm deep, 64/75 cm tall) and ceiling-hanging solution (90 cm wide, 55 cm deep, 88 to 118 cm tall).
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