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BORA Magazine 02|2019 – English

  • Text
  • Bora
  • Cooktop
  • Extractor
  • Induction
  • Zones
  • Cooktops
  • Stainless
  • Recirculation
  • Grill
  • Tepan
BORA Magazine is published in 12 languages. It invites the reader to learn more about the BORA products and discover fascinating stories behind the brand.


PRODUCT FAQS FAQs Answers to your questions What happens if liquid gets into the cooktop extractor? Don’t worry, nothing happens because, depending on the system, the cooktop extractor can hold up to 300 ml of liquid. If a larger amount is spilled by accident, this isn’t a problem either as thanks to the separate electronics and extractor system there is no risk of damage. BORA Basic and BORA Pure can also holder larger amounts of up to 3 litres. The liquid can simply be wiped up with a cloth and the extractor can be cleaned by removing the housing base. How do I clean the BORA cooktop extractor? The grease filter and covers can be removed in a few simple steps and cleaned in the dishwasher. Does BORA work with taller pots? Even with taller pots up to 20 cm, cooking vapours are suctioned away without any difficulty. From approx. 21 cm we recommend that you put the lid on at an angle to guide the steam towards the extractor. Does BORA really suction all odours away? Cooking vapours, grease particles and the associated odours are fully suctioned away where they arise directly at the cooktop. Chefs can breathe in fresh air and their clothes and hair remain equally fresh and unaffected by the cooking vapours. How much will a BORA extractor system set me back? Our BORA systems can be customised. For information on prices and an individual quote please contact your nearest BORA distributor. Where does the air go? All BORA systems can be set up as exhaust air or recirculation systems. With the exhaust system, the fan channels cooking vapours straight outside through the BORA Ecotube duct system and the wall sleeve. This removes all vapours and odours from the room. In the case of the recirculation model, the fan directs the cooking vapours into the specially developed recirculation filter, which effectively eliminates odours. The purified air is recirculated into the room via the plinth area. Photo: Dross & Schaffer, Ingolstadt 12 BORA MAGAZINE



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