Bora Hoods – physics can be so elegant
Bora nip cooking vapours and odours in the bud by drawing them off where they arise: directly at the cooktop, from the saucepan, roaster, frying pan or grill. And we do this not by magic, but by applying the basic principles of fluid mechanics. We simply use a cross flow which is greater than the rising speed of the cooking vapour.
The further cooking vapours travel before they are drawn off, the more odour and grease particles are distributed in the room, settling on furniture and penetrating textiles.
The advantage of fresh air: cooking while surrounded by fresh air
The result: you and your guests get to enjoy your fried, boiled or stewed dishes for days to come.
BORA puts an end to all that. Grease particles released during cooking are no longer allowed to spread throughout the room, but are instead trapped in the stainless steel grease filter. The result: it is like cooking in the fresh air. After cooking, simply close the cover and the odours remain in the filter.
The advantage of a clear view: no annoying head-height extractor hoods
BORA frees you from the constraints of conventional extractor hoods. No edges and corners at head height for you to bang your head on. No need to stoop while you cook. No vapours swirling around the kitchen – or condensing on your glasses. A clear field of view. This is of particular advantage in open plan kitchens. Thanks to BORA, cooks are no longer trapped on their own but can now interact with guests.
The advantage of planning freedom: setting the standard in new kitchen architecture
Besides the many technical advantages that you enjoy with BORA, it is above all the completely new possibilities for kitchen planning that BORA really knows how to impress with. You can do practically anything that you have ever wanted to: cook in front of a window or under the eaves, have a kitchen island without a bulky hood and more space for hanging cabinets in smaller kitchens and enjoy seamless minimalism… all because of the space gained by doing away with an extractor hood. Thanks to its compact dimensions, you still have lots of space in the floor units. This makes BORA the benchmark in new kitchen aesthetics.
Peace advantage: significantly quieter than conventional extractor hoods
Noise means stress. Unfortunately, in many situations in life, this is something we cannot avoid. So why on earth should we put up with a noisy extractor hood while we are cooking if we don’t need to? After all, extractor hoods have a sound level of over 70 dB (A) at head height. Definitely too much noise and too much stress.
Even at the highest level, BORA still creates less noise than a steak that is being grilled. This is possible due to sophisticated technology with low-noise motors, which are located behind the kitchen plinth rather than at head height. Perfect sound attenuation further reduces noise to make your cooking adventures a pleasure. With an integrated sound absorber, the resulting sound is muffled even further.