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Caple unveils space-saving induction downdraft

Designed to fit in a wall unit and with usable space in cupboard below

07 Apr, 20

Furniture, sink and tap and appliance specialist Caple has introduced the space-saving DD780BK induction downdraft.

Caple introduces induction downdraft

 

The A energy-rated appliance has been designed to fit into a wall unit, so it doesn’t have to be installed on an island, and the cupboard space can be used below.

It features a frameless induction hob, with 10 power levels and a downdraft hood with extraction of up to 647m3/h.

Boasting a bridging function, to make the cooking area larger when required, it features four zones with timer functions and automatic pan detection.

Each zone also has a Booster function and is operated by touch controls.

The DD780BK downdraft extractor has four speeds and an automatic timer which switches off 15 minutes after cooking has finished.

It features removeable parts for cleaning, either using a dishwasher or by hand.

Caple launched the induction downdraft at kbb Birmingham, alongside the company’s first foray into connected ovens.