MATÄLSKAREWall mounted extractor hood, black

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Flexible pipe for fan and charcoal filter sold separately.

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MATÄLSKARE Wall mounted extractor hood, black, 60 cm
MATÄLSKARE Wall mounted extractor hood, stainless steel colour, 60 cm

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This hood with clean, straight lines fits perfectly in a modern kitchen. A LED light strip provides even lighting and the low noise level allows you to easily talk with your friends while cooking.

Article Number703.923.25

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.

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

You can easily remove and clean the grease filter in the dishwasher. 1 grease filter included.

Extraction rate in exhausting mode: 511 m³/h.

Noise level at max. exhaust speed: 65 dB (A).

Extraction rate in re-circulation mode: 398 m³/h.

Noise level at max. re-circulation speed: 70 dB (A).

Voltage: 220-240V.

Wall-mounted extractor hood with 4 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 559.

Flexible pipe for fan and charcoal filter sold separately.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article Number703.923.25

Technical information

MATÄLSKARE

Wall mounted extractor hood

Brand NameIKEA
Model IdentifierMATÄLSKARE 703-923-25
Energy efficiency classA
Annual energy consumption41 kWh/annum
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency29.3 %
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency classA
Lighting Efficiency203 Lux/watt
Lighting Efficiency classA
Grease Filtering Efficiency86 %
Grease Filtering Efficiency classB
Air flow at minimum speed in normal use213 m³/h
Air flow at maximum speed in normal use511 m³/h
Air flow at intensive or boost settingNA m³/h
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions at minimum speed available in normal use46 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions at maximum speed available in normal use65 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions at intensive or boost settingNA dB
Power consumption in Off modeNA Watt
Power consumption in standby modeNA Watt

Measurements

Width: 59.8 cm

Depth: 45.8 cm

Height: 42.0 cm

Min. height extraction: 63.5 cm

Max. height extraction: 107.5 cm

Min. height recirculation: 63.3 cm

Max. height recirculation: 108.8 cm

Width of chimney: 23.7 cm

Depth of chimney: 24.7 cm

Weight: 12.90 kg

Cord length: 1.2 m

Motor power: 210 W

  • MATÄLSKARE
    Wall mounted extractor hoodArticle no.703.923.25

    Width: 57 cm

    Height: 36 cm

    Length: 64 cm

    Weight: 15.42 kg

    Package(s): 1

MATÄLSKARE Wall mounted extractor hood, black, 60 cm

Kitchen appliances for the many

How can we best assist you in your cooking, without actually being in the kitchen? One way, is to make high quality appliances at prices that leave more money left for good ingredients. To make this happen, we’re working together with carefully selected suppliers – experts we feel are the best in their field at delivering what people need in their everyday. This allows us to offer fully equipped, functional kitchens, with appliances and all the other things you need, all in one place.

Creating good things becomes a whole lot easier when you work together. And when you do it with a good amount of trust and understanding, it becomes fun and interesting.

Aha-moments during the development

Bruno Lizotte, who works with product development at IKEA of Sweden in Älmhult, tells that the development of the kitchen appliances is done hand in hand together with the suppliers. “We have a lot of experience from life at home so we share our ideas and our knowledge to get the suppliers to see things from our perspective. Then we find solutions together to improve the life in and around the kitchen,” he says. In turn, the suppliers contribute with their expertise, for example hard facts on materials, technical solutions and innovations they have in the pipeline. “By being generous we learn from each other. It’s a way to challenge old truths about how things are supposed to be done. It usually leads to a couple of aha-moments for everyone involved,” notes Bruno.

Knowledge through home visits

Some of the knowledge that’s shared comes from IKEA home visits. It’s a method to see how people in different cultures live and manage with some of life’s ups and downs in their own homes. For example, we ask; what do you do in the kitchen, except cooking? How do you use the space? Do you have friends over? What would you like to improve? What are your hopes, dreams and wishes? “The insights we get from the visits are transferred to the people we work with so we can develop better products together, and create an easier life at home,” says Bruno.

Easier days in the heart of the home

Good kitchen appliances should fit with the rest of the kitchen and with the people who use them. We all have different needs, tastes and wallets. Some of us cook because we love to, some of us because we have to. That’s why a considerable amount of time in the development process is spent on creating a selection of durable products – in different styles, functions and price levels. And always with quality as the main focus. It means a whole deal of fine-tuning, trying ideas and choosing the ones that make most use for people. “Togetherness and enthusiasm are important words to us when we develop products. In short, it means to work with people that believe in the same cause as we do, but also to respect each other’s efforts. When we manage to live up to that, we can make a true difference and contribute to a better life at home for more people. That’s really something to aim for,” says Bruno.

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Energy efficiency class A