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HOODS


It’s a very exciting time for those of us in the KBB industry


C


ooking technologies are advancing at a rapid rate, with competition being


higher than ever. We saw some interesting trends in 2019, with


Comment by Laura Gardiner Marketing Manager, KitchenEx


a high demand for black glass wall hoods and discreet stainless-steel, integrated hoods. Industrial finishes are still very popular, with bronze and copper being particularly popular. More customers want quiet but powerful hoods that are highly energy-efficient and have good quality LED lighting, as well as additional special features such as touch control. Venting hobs are still relatively new to the market and are still unknown to many consumers. With venting hobs as the biggest growing sector, many retailers should look at installing a live venting hob in their showroom to make it easier to display how they work.I would advise retailers and kitchen designers to


make sure they pay attention to the extraction rate rather than purely the price. There are more and more open plan kitchen designs, meaning hoods need to be efficient enough for the size of the kitchen. Taking this into consideration could avoid any unhappy customers at a later date due to moisture which can occur as the result of an insufficiently powerful extractor.Ducting your cooker hood may not be an option for much longer - particularly with new build regulations. To prepare, designers should begin to learn about Plasma filters. These revolutionary filters mean you can extract more efficiently than a ducted cooker hood by recirculating clean, filtered air back into the kitchen instead of polluting the air outside. Plasma filters are incredibly popular in other European countries and I expect they will be the next big thing in the UK.


Faber announce launch of brand new innovative cooker hoods at KBB 2020


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aber were the creators of the domestic cooker hood and have spent


many years concentrating on improving the design, functionality and quality of their hoods. Faber ONLY make cooker hoods, not only for themselves but for many other brands on the market. They are renowned as being the experts in their field with one of the widest ranges of cooker hoods available to the UK. From the 1st to the 4th of March, we will be launching our


newest and innovative cooker hoods at the KBB trade show at stand J120. Here you will be able to preview an array of perfect extraction solutions for even the most challenging spaces with unique design ideas and cutting edge technology.Faber offer a variety of extraction statement pieces with unusual and exquisite finishes such as porcelain, concrete and fine metallic that allow cooker hoods to become a key design element in the kitchen. On the stand we will demonstrate Faber’s up & down technology to show how


Faber’s stunning island hoods can truly shine in the kitchen design without compromising the extraction power.At KBB, the cooker hood will be celebrated as an integral appliance for modern living spaces.If you have any questions at all, please get in touch by emailing us. Alternatively, we can answer all your questions at the show!


0114 399 8672 office@kitchenex.co.ukwww.kitchenex.co.uk


34 BKU JANUARY 2020


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