Esse Range Cooker Hood
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ESSE have been making traditional cast iron range cookers and wood burning stoves since I854. Esse’s unique woodfired cooker is a true woodburner and delivers unrivalled efficiency and carbon neutral cooking and heating. ESSE ranges are available as Wood Burning, solid Fuel Oil and Flueless Gas Cookers on both NG and LPG, which shows range of individuality. Come to Carvers Cooker Centre, talk to our experienced and friendly sales staff to find the right cooker for you.More Information About Esse
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Made from high quality stainless steel and finished in a rich, deep gloss enamel, our extraction hoods are available in jet black as standard. They can also be coordinated to match the colour of your chosen ESSE (by special order).
They have been designed to mirror the classic contours of your ESSE and are available in sizes to suit all of our cast iron cookers. You can even choose an expansive extraction hood which will cover your cooker when it has been teamed with a Plus 2.
Extractors have four settings to meet the varying demands of your kitchen, whatever you may be cooking! The maximum extraction rate is an impressive 1000m3/hr.
Twin spotlights beneath the ESSE extractor hood will highlight the beautifully-finished features of your range cooker and ensure it is the focal point of your kitchen. These can be switched on for a welcoming ‘glow’ even when the extractor is not in operation.
You can choose to operate your extraction hood manually or use the ten minute auto-programme. As with any British-made ESSE product, you’ll find these range cooker hoods to be extremely energy-efficient - offering an economy auto-shut down feature.
Speak to us about the options for your ESSE cooker and extractor. You might choose to place it in an inside wall - in which case - the ‘chimney’ above the hood can be fitted so it reaches right up to the ceiling. The flue would then run between the ceiling and floor above to reach a vent on the outside wall.