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Enjoy Every Aspect of Your Kitchen with Silent Cooker Hoods

Cooker hoods, which are necessary for extracting fumes and allowing efficient air exchange, become annoying sometimes in the kitchen because of their excessive noise that creeps into adjacent living spaces.

Open kitchens are common these days, and these have allowed people to spend most of their time in that place whether it is for simply enjoying a meal or reading or just having a good talk. However, cooker hoods, which are necessary for extracting fumes and allowing efficient air exchange, become annoying sometimes in the kitchen because of their excessive noise that creeps into adjacent living spaces.

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The great news is that several advancements in technology have allowed companies to manufacture silent hoods that will not only maintain impressive performance but also ensures the best possible level of hearing comfort. A quiet cooker hood makes social interactions more enjoyable by reducing the extreme background noise.

There are several companies, including Faber that delivers silent oven hoods, which lowers noise levels as well as provides significant reductions in energy consumption. Another leading brand in the production of cooker hoods, Falmec has also come up with hoods that ensure maximum silence without affecting performance. The product is successfully created with the innovative technology Noise Reduction System® (NRS®). NRS® technology enables a consumer to listen, talk, cook, work and listen to music without hearing the noise typical of cooker hoods.

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Luckily, now you can effectively neutralise the sound produced by these hoods. The presence of silent hoods in a kitchen makes it an inviting, peaceful place to be – even when the extractor hood is already working.

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