Posted 13th May

KitchenEX announces new partnership with PlasmaMade

13th May 2019 - 10:45am
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Plasma filters are becoming more popular as customers look for a more efficient alternative to ducted cooker hoods.

In future, it is predicted that plasma filters will become the go-to system when ducting is not an option; offering efficiency and cost savings in heating as well as a long lifespan.

An extractor installation typically requires an outdoor vent. Recirculating using a charcoal filter is the usual option to this but reduces hood efficiency. With new plasma technology, that’s now a thing of the past.

PlasmaMade filters recirculate cooking vapours without any reduction in efficiency and can be fitted onto any new or existing extractor hood. Customers immediately save money on the installation and by reducing heating and cooling costs.

A PlasmaMade transforms an extractor hood into a high-end air cleaner. The filter eliminates all particulate matter from the air. To facilitate this, PlasmaMade combines smart electronics with plasma technology, an electrostatic filter and ionisation.

A PlasmaMade filter ensures a healthy indoor environment; free of odours, pollen and bacteria. PlasmaMade offers two models: round and flat, so there’s a PlasmaMade solution for every cooker hood.

This new generation of filters does not filter and absorb the air, but cleans the air, so the extractor hood actually becomes an air cleaner.

Built to last an average of 15 years, lasting over 20 times longer than the standard carbon filter with no need of regular replacement, the PlasmaMade is a cost-effective solution to help preserve the environment.

For more information please call KitchenEX , the exclusive distributor of PlasmaMade filters in the UK: 0114 399 8672

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