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The eye-catching material effects of ‘Cover’ 15.03.2022

Material textures become really expressive for the Coverextractor, Falmec’s new suction solution for wall installation, that stands out for its features inspired by the authentic beauty of natural materials. The front opening hood with its unique 85 cm width – is available with an exclusive clay finishlike the warm earthy shades of the terracottaand sandversions, or with the more colourful tones, like in the stoneand ardesiavariants. The ardesia clay variant can also double up as a blackboard for both solid and liquid chalks. The extreme versatility of the clay texture and the resin elementsfacilitate their application on the surface of the panel, thanks to a manual spatula coating treatmentthat creates a natural aesthetic effect and a pleasant touch appeal.

This sophisticated clay covering, ideally suited for the kitchen, has been specifically treated to make it more durable and resistant to heat and scratches incurred as a result of the daily and intensive use of the hood.  Cleaning the surface is also really easy and requires just the use of a wet cloth.  For those with more traditional taste,Coveris available in the classic versions of white and black glass too. In terms of its functional aspects, the new Covercooker hood features an ultra-slim, powerful motor of 600 m3/h, simultaneously guaranteeing high level performance with a compact design.

The hood is equipped with an electronic control – visible via the frontal opening – that allows the user to fix the extraction speed; an anti-grease metallic filter is included as well. A special natural Carbon.Zeofilter that combines the benefits of charcoal and zeolite can be added as an optional extra to ensure the maximum absorption capacity for odours and vapours. Cover also features the Dynamic LED Lightfunction, which allows the user to vary and adapt the tone of the light according to preferences and needs.

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