The BORA extractor system is incredibly efficient; it has achieved a 'cleanrate' of 100%, meaning that all odours, grease and cooking particles are extracted from the cooking area.
Thereof, can Downdraft Extractor be used with gas hob?
Yes, downdraft extractors can be used with gas hobs. This means that a downdraft extractor on a gas hob needs to be even more powerful. So, with a downdraft extractor that is mounted flush with the cooktop, removing smoke, steam and air from the brim of a saucepan can pose a challenge.
Also, do you need an extractor fan with an induction hob?
Cooking vapours spread differently depending on the hob style. With induction hobs, they travel sideways as well as up, so you'll need a hood that's wider than your hob. For example, if you have a 60cm induction hob, choose a 90cm extractor. With gas, the steam has a candle effect that rises out then up.
Are venting hobs any good?
It's worth noting that venting hobs are only effective to a certain height, some tall pans may still alow vapours to rise above the cross flow and if using a downdraft the pans need to be in front of the downdraft to be effective.
How does Bora extractor work?
How does BORA work? Steam and vapours rise at a maximum speed of one metre per second. The BORA cooktop extracts with cross flow suction that is higher than the speed at which cooking vapours rise. In this way, the cooking vapours and odours are effectively extracted on the cooktop.