Integrated Extractors

 

CCA52SI Canopy extractor

The CCA52SI is a 50cm canopy extractor with push button controls. It can be duct READ MORE...ed out or fitted with re-circulating charcoal filters. It has 3 speeds and LED lights for flexibility and ease of use whilst cooking.... READ LESS...

 
 
 

CCA52WH Canopy extractor

The CCA52WH is a 50cm canopy extractor with push button controls. It can be duct READ MORE...ed out or fitted with re-circulating charcoal filters. It has 3 speeds and LED lights for flexibility and ease of use whilst cooking.... READ LESS...

 
 
 

CCA72SI Canopy extractor

The CCA72SI is a 70cm canopy extractor with push button controls. It can be duct READ MORE...ed out or fitted with re-circulating charcoal filters. It has 3 speeds and LED lights for flexibility and ease of use whilst cooking.... READ LESS...

 
 
 

CST61SS Standard extractor

The CST61SS stainless steel standard extractor is a practical addition to any ki READ MORE...tchen, with 3 speeds and push button control. It also has a lamp and a glass light diffuser which disperses light evenly for a softer illumination.... READ LESS...

 
 
 

CST61WH Standard extractor

The CST61WH white standard extractor is a practical addition to any kitchen, wit READ MORE...h 3 speeds and push button control. It also has a lamp and a glass light diffuser which disperses light evenly for a softer illumination.... READ LESS...

 
 
 

EIN60FSI Integrated extractor

The CDA EIN60FSI 60cm extractor is integrated so that the extractor remains inco READ MORE...nspicuous in your chosen kitchen design. It has 3 speeds with slider control and a built in LED light to allow good illumination of the hob below. ... READ LESS...

 
 
 

EIN60SI Integrated extractor

The CDA EIN60SI 60cm extractor is integrated so that the extractor remains incon READ MORE...spicuous in your chosen kitchen design. It has 3 speeds with slider control and a built in LED light to allow good illumination of the hob. ... READ LESS...

 
 

Integrated Cooker Hoods From CDA

While every kitchen will benefit from an extractor fan to remove pungent smells, grease and moisturise from lingering in the air, it doesn’t necessarily mean you want your extractor fan on show. If statement extractor fans, like a chimney cooker hood, don’t fit your kitchen design, then take a look at our integrated cooker hood range. 

Integrated extractor fans are easy to install and practical, offering effective air filtration for kitchens with wall units and canopies. Built-in cooker hoods are especially popular in kitchens with limited space as the opening above your hob can be dual purpose – housing both an extractor fan and a cupboard for additional storage. 

What’s more, you can choose between white or stainless steel on many of our models to ensure your extractor perfectly matches the rest of your kitchen design.

What is an integrated extractor fan?

Integrated cooker hoods are built-in to kitchen cabinets so they can discreetly work to remove steam, grease and cooking smells quickly without drawing attention away from your kitchen design. 

Integrated extractor fans are just as popular in modern kitchens as they are in traditional ones. In more contemporary kitchens, it helps maintain clean lines throughout whereas in more traditionally designed kitchens, which tend to feature more ornate cabinets, it will seamlessly blend in.

We have a range of sleek designs, from the traditional pull out EIN60SI integrated extractor to the more modern CCA52SI canopy extractor. All of our designs have plenty of convenient features too, like built-in task lights to provide practical illumination over your hob area and adjustable extraction speeds. 

 
a picture of an integrated extractor

Integrated Extractor Fans Make Cooking More Convenient 

All of our integrated cooker hoods feature overhead illumination from built in task lighting. This makes cooking much easier as you can have focused light on your hob area. 

To work with your cooking style, there are three adjustable cooking speeds on all of our integrated cooker hoods. This means you can use as much, or as little, power as you need whilst cooking. 

Simple and practical, our integrated extractor fans are understated and perform well whilst being an affordable and easy to install option for most kitchens. 

If you’re not sure which features would best suit your kitchen, you can visit our buying guide. Our buying guide is filled with helpful information on cooker hood sizes, functions, features and noise levels so you can make the right decision for your home. 

What types of integrated cooker hoods are there?

We offer a wide range of integrated cooker types, all with the convenience and ease of use CDA appliances are known for.

Canopy Cooker Hoods

Canopy extractors, like the CCA52SI, are a discrete and practical option. They work with a simple push button, offering multiple speeds, and LED lights for flexibility. Canopy extractor fans are installed above your hob and sit flush in a chimney breast or wall unit. This gives a streamline appearance to your kitchen and won’t distract from your overall design. 

Pull Out Cooker Hoods

Pull out integrated extractor fans, like the EIN60S1, are designed to be hidden behind a cabinet door. They open by pulling the front of the hood outwards, which is attached to a cabinet door. You can then use the slider control to choose between three speeds. 

When they’re not in use, you won’t be able to see the cooker hood so they’re perfect if you don’t want to draw attention to your extractor fan. 

Visor Cooker Hoods 

This type of cooker hood is also known as a visor hood. Of all of the integrated extractor fans available, these are the most visible. They can also be installed flush to the underside of a wall unit or standalone. With our sleek designs, like the CST61WH, you can be sure it’ll still be a stylish addition to your kitchen. 

Visor hoods are named after the small visor towards their front. This small visor helps stop grease and steam from escaping and redirects them to the extractor fan. 

You can choose between a ducted extractor fan and recirculated extractor fan across all of our integrated extractor fan types. 

How do I clean an integrated extractor fan?

To clean your built-in extractor fan, you can easily wipe down the cabinetry and exterior face of the extractor with warm, soapy water. One of the benefits of an integrated extractor fan is there is less surface area to clean which helps dramatically reduce your cleaning time!

Grease can build up on the hinges, so just open your extractor fan and give the inside of the extractor and cabinet a wipe down as well.

For extra convenience, the metal grease filters on most of our integrated cooker hoods can be popped in the dishwasher for easy cleaning. They easily click in and click out so you can clean them as and when needed. If you don’t have a dishwasher, you can still wash them in the sink with a sponge and some washing up liquid. 

If you choose to recirculate your extractor fan, you don’t need to clean the charcoal filters as they are disposable and simply need to be replaced. We recommend replacing them every six months or so to ensure optimal performance, although this will depend on how often you use your hob. 

Take Advantage Of Your CDA Extended Warranty

We’re known for our high-quality appliances at CDA and we want to make sure that your new kitchen appliance will be a useful addition to your kitchen for many years. To ensure you have peace of mind and your appliance is always in top condition, we offer a standard two year labour warranty and five years part warranty across our entire range. 

Register your product online after purchase to activate your warranty.

Get in touch with CDA

Have some questions about which of our integrated extractor fans is right for your home? We’re always more than happy to help so get in touch with a member of our knowledgeable customer service team today.