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Falmec Rangehoods

With sleek and stylish designs coupled with European innovation and technology, Falmec has become a leading name in rangehoods and kitchen air extraction. Whether you're looking for 90cm hood-width rangehoods or stainless steel rangehoods that really stand out, the whisper quiet, yet high-performance, appliances will bring a breath of fresh air to your home.

Bipolar Controlled Ionisation

Falmec's unique Bipolar Controlled Ionisation technology is designed to eliminate unpleasant odours in a natural way, while restoring the optimal ionic balance to your living spaces. Its E.ion System cooker hoods have been created to actually release ions into your kitchen that will work to neutralise odours and pollutants in the air. Eliminate nasty fumes and gases, as well as dust, pollens and bacteria for the improved wellbeing of your entire family.

Italian Design Aesthetics

In addition to their functionality, Falmec rangehoods come in a range of aesthetically pleasing and contemporary designs, including the Manhattan and Mirabilia models. Select from wall and ceiling rangehoods, as well as island, in-built and even benchtop models to find the air cleaning system that suits your kitchen.

Island Rangehoods

Falmec island rangehoods come in a range of rectangular designs that will "float" above your stovetop or cooking area. Select from sleek Lumen, Plane Top or Luce designs, or opt for the cylindrical-style Spring E.ion or the bulbous Sophie for a truly unique rangehood.

High-Quality Steel

Falmec uses AISI 304 stainless steel with an alloy that contains 18 per cent chromium and 8 per cent nickel. It is selected for its resistance to corrosion and ease of cleaning with research indicating it is one of the most superior materials for the production of rangehoods. All products undergo rigourous screening at Falmec's headquarters near Venice, ensuring that the materials and construction offer the best in Italian manufacturing.

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