The right mode for every space configuration

Vented
Extraction cooker hoods draw the cooking vapors in and remove grease particles with the help of the grease filter. The filtered air is then transported out of the kitchen via vent ducting. Along with the filtered air, any excess moisture and odors are removed from the kitchen. To do this, extraction cooker hoods need ducting and a wall or roof vent. At the same time, a flow of fresh air must be provided, for example, instance through an open window. Extraction cooker hoods are particularly recommended above gas hobs as well as for frequent deep-fat frying, grilling or use of the wok. This type of cooking generates a lot of heat, grease and steam which these cooker hoods remove most efficiently. At the same time gas hobs are provided with an adequate supply of fresh air containing oxygen for combustion.
Recirculating
Recirculation cooker hoods draw in steam and vapors and remove grease and odors in various filters. The cleaned air is then redirected back into the kitchen. This air circulation takes place within the room. Recirculation cooker hoods need neither vent ducting nor wall or room vents. Recirculation mode cooker hoods are very easy to install and are very often the only option available because of building constraints (for example, in blocks of flats). A recirculation cooker hood is a good choice for installation above an electric hob. Over a gas hob, however, where lots of heat is created, an extraction hood should be installed if possible.
Features depend on model