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Energy-efficient discharge of cooking vapours to the outside

Under the auspices of the Association of the German Furniture Industry, from 13 to 19 January 2020, Koelnmesse will be hosting the international furnishing fair imm cologne for trade visitors and end consumers. The integrated special exhibition "Let's be smart" will be shown in the Smart Village and enables trade fair visitors to check which new technologies increase living comfort and promote a sustainable lifestyle. Here, Naber will primarily be presenting innovations from the field of kitchen ventilation technology.

In the kitchen context, high quality of living is closely linked to a powerful kitchen ventilation system. It directs the odours and pollutants produced during cooking along with the moisture out of the room into the open air or at least binds them in special filters. As a developer and supplier of highly effective air duct and wall conduct technologies, the kitchen accessories specialist Naber will be demonstrating in the Smart Village at the imm cologne that cooker hoods can only keep their performance promises if the ventilation system has been thought through to completion and well-engineered as a whole

Change of course: laying air ducts in the floor

A characteristic feature of the Naber COMPAIR® flow air ducts is the guide vane technology: the cooking fumes flowing through the flat or round ducts are smoothed and guided to the outside with minimal pressure losses. Extractor hoods therefore operate particularly quietly. The most interesting installation options are offered by the COMPAIR STEEL flow® system, which has received prestigious design awards. The fully recyclable elements made of galvanised sheet steel are non-flammable and extremely stable. They can be installed in the kitchen floor structure or – to fit in with the industrial style – visibly on walls and under the ceiling.

For free-standing cooking islands with integrated downdraft or hob ventilation, air ducting through the floor structure to the outer wall is the most economical solution for an exhaust air system. If the kitchen is on the ground floor, the elements can be laid under the basement ceiling. For this scenario, Naber has developed the COMPAIR® Tower air outlet technology. The core hole is below the turf, as is the pipe bend of the tower through which the cooking vapour is safely discharged into the open air. Made of weatherproof stainless steel and equipped with a slatted structure that protects against rain, the elegant tower can be fitted externally to the house wall or freely positioned in the garden

Radio control: exhaust air regulates supply air

COMPAIR® BIXO, the wall conduct for efficiency and passive houses, features smart technology in the sense of a self-sufficient control system. With this innovation, Naber enables exhaust air solutions even for low-energy buildings – something previously considered incompatible. The hermetic seal in the form of a twisted, airtight textile membrane opens fully as soon as the electronics register the exhaust air flow of an extractor fan. And because, especially in houses with controlled ventilation, a sufficient supply air volume has to be ensured, COMPAIR® BIXO communicates with up to three BIXO Balance® supply air wall conducts, which also feature the tight-closing TwisterTec seal system. They open as soon as they receive the signal from the exhaust air wall conduct.

Built-in stainless-steel sink with window fitting

One of the most frequently used kitchen components is the sink - especially when it is transformed into an additional work surface by means of a cutting board cover. Such flexibility is offered by the high-quality Corno Turno built-in sink combination from the NABER-CONTURA® range. It can be placed directly in front of the window as the faucet can be tilted 90° to the left or right with a flick of the wrist and is then completely in the sink. The window can be planned at worktop level. The single lever mixer at the end of the spout provides for ergonomic operation of the tap. Manufactured in dimensionally stable stainless steel with an exceptionally silky surface, the linear, modern design blends perfectly into any kitchen architecture.

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Energy-efficient discharge of cooking vapours to the outside – 17.12.2019

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COMPAIR STEEL flow® SF-RBH 150 pipe bend horizontal 90° with guide vanes
COMPAIR STEEL flow® laying on the kitchen ceiling
COMPAIR STEEL flow® metal air duct system
BIXO Balance® air supply and exhaust wall conduct

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