UNDERVERKBuilt-in extractor hood, stainless steel

Flexible pipe for fan and charcoal filter sold separately.

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A powerful hood hidden in the cabinet ‒ you just choose a door you like to get a uniform look in the kitchen. A LED lighting strip gives even work lighting ‒ making cooking more comfortable.

Article Number503.923.26

Product details

5 year guarantee. Read about the terms in the guarantee brochure.

LED light source included; effectively illuminates the cooking surface and provide energy saving.

Fully integrated; hidden behind your kitchen cabinet door, creating a uniform expression.

You can easily remove and clean the grease filter in the dishwasher.

Can be installed in two ways, either ducted to the outside or in recirculation mode fitted with charcoal filter.

Extraction rate in exhausting mode: 630 m³/h.

Noise level at max. exhaust speed: 64 dB (A).

Extraction rate in re-circulation mode: 365 m³/h.

Noise level at max. re-circulation speed: 79 dB (A).

Voltage: 220-240V.

Wall mounted extractor hood with 3 different speeds.

For installation to a valve: to be completed with NYTTIG tube 150 flexible pipe for extractor hood.

For recirculation installation: to be completed with NYTTIG tube 150 and charcoal filter NYTTIG FIL 500.

Flexible pipe for fan and charcoal filter sold separately.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number503.923.26

Technical information


Built-in extractor hood

Brand NameIKEA
Model IdentifierUNDERVERK 50392326
Energy efficiency classA+
Annual energy consumption39 kWh/annum
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency34.8 %
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency classA
Lighting Efficiency37.0 Lux/watt
Lighting Efficiency classA
Grease Filtering Efficiency95.1 %
Grease Filtering Efficiency classA
Air flow at minimum speed in normal use240 m³/h
Air flow at maximum speed in normal use630 m³/h
Air flow at intensive or boost settingn/a m³/h
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions at minimum speed available in normal use45 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions at maximum speed available in normal use64 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions at intensive or boost settingn/a dB
Power consumption in Off mode0 Watt
Power consumption in standby mode0 Watt


Width: 59.9 cm

Depth: 35.8 cm

Height: 24.5 cm

Weight: 11.00 kg

Cord length: 1.1 m

Motor power: 250 W

    Built-in extractor hoodArticle no.503.923.26

    Width: 45 cm

    Height: 39 cm

    Length: 67 cm

    Weight: 11.30 kg

    Package(s): 1


Impossible to get spares for itSea of FrustrationDecent product ..only let down by IKEA themselves really..I’d really like to order a spare set of grease filters but there seems to be no realistic way to do this4
Poor quality partsnabgrgControl round thing(don't let me use the name of part saying inappropriate language) broke within 7 months of use and don't know where to get the part.2
Control dial brokenCalvinhuaThe control dial is broken in 10 months post fully installed. Have no idea how to get a replacement.3
Looks good but quiet loudHkeloLooks good as it fits seamlessly into the kitchen design, and lights are useful. Had a previous version in our old kitchen which lasted for 10 years, but design was different. Haven't had an issue with the control on this one yet but it does feel like it needs gentle handling. We have the unit on recirculation mode and it is relatively loud3
Good extractor, control dial broken.S1mWThe extractor is good, and fits nicely within the cupboard which suited the layout, but the control dial has broken like many others. The link provided doesn't help as only giving manufacturers phone numbers. Please contact me to arrange a replacement or two given how easily these break.3
good power - poor qualityComputerGuyI bought this item as I needed to run the extraction over some distance - which it does really well. However, about 18 months after instllaing it, the control knob has broken as its a very poor design. I'd only recommend this to others if IKEA can either proivde spares or redesign this part in the extractor.2
Broken KnobWB2020Hi there. I too have experienced the same problem as above and the knob broke within a month. Could you please either send or direct me to where i can obtain a replacement please? Thank You3
broken control knobchrisfwI'm having the same issue as the previous reviewer - only a few weeks after starting to use the vent, the knob simply snapped off. As it's not a 'registered spare part', assistants in store were unable to help, and other attempts have led nowhere. It seems an easy thing to replace, but official advice so far has been to replace the whole unit, which means taking apart my kitchen. Until they amend the knob design, would suggest staying away from this.1
flimsy control button/knobBry4nThe unit is controlled by a single button that is then twisted to switch on the fan and control the speed. The plastic control knob is flimsy and snapped after a few operations. The unit is now useless. I am now trying to source a replacement plastic button. My initial contact with IKEA by phone did not go well - I am on my own. I am concerned that this unit may be a write off. Avoid - this is a fundamental design flaw with this product.1
FanTheresaTFan is a good product and we are pleased with it. Bit tricky to fit as difficult to get to screws but we did manage eventually.5
Energy efficiency class A+
Energy efficiency class A+