Faber introduces new models as well as, the new induction hobs with K-Link technology for adjusting the cooker hood automatically.
The T-Shelf hood, the Inside Up ceiling hood, the K-AIR and Beat sum up the commitment of the Italian brand to combine performance, innovation and design
An expansive catalogue is a strength of Faber, the leading Italian company in the production of cooker hoods, that has always aimed to offer the perfect product for every consumer, able to fit into any ambience and kitchen style, without skimping on performance or cool looks.
The three new models – T-Shelf, Inside Up and Skylift – confirm the constant commitment of the brand in this direction and the outstanding versatility of its products.
The classic island hood is interpreted by the T-Shelf with an elegant trellis version that stands out for its trendy design with an industrial feel and a multifunctional structure. The hood is created to customize and organize the cooking space at the same time.
The T-Shelf has two smoked glass shelves, two rods for hanging utensils and two led light bars that are particularly useful when cooking, with dimmer function to adjust the intensity of the light on the worktop. Equally useful is the Intensive Speed function to run the hood at top power for a few minutes. The clean steel lines with matte black or matte titanium treatment make this hood ideal for modern and country-style kitchens alike.
The Inside Up ceiling model is perfect when you are looking for a product with a minimal footprint that, above all, is streamline and iconic. The minimalist design in which geometric lines meet curves gives the hood a distinctive style sure to add a touch of elegance to island kitchens and make the Inside Up a key decorative element of the ceiling, as well as an elegant light source. The exterior rectangular frame is complemented by an internal play of oval overlappings that end with an opaque glass panel illuminated by a LED spotlight.
Inside Up is a hood and a light rolled into one that thanks to the Tunable White function offers the possibility of synchronizing the intensity and warmth of the light to improve the emotional – as well as visual – effect of the light, in line with the latest human-centric lighting trends.
The stainless steel version gives a high-tech touch to this ceiling hood and the kitchen as a whole, while the matt white transmits more warmth to the environment. It is packed with technology that includes the Intensive Speed function for quick fume and smell removal and Perimeter Aspiration that slashes the sound perception by one quarter when the motor is running.
Equally interesting is the K-Link connection that allows the hood to “dialogue” with Faber induction hobs for automatic start-up and adjustment of the extraction power according to the levels of smoke and odours produced. The Inside Up hood is completed by the possibility of adjustment by remote control.
The Beat is a new model of suspended hood identified by fresh and simple lines with two panels arranged side-by-side. Available in four alluring matte colors.
By implementing by K-Link technology and using an intelligent radio wave system, the new hobs can activate the cooker hood and adjust the power to the level required to suck in smoke and smells automatically.
These new models are equipped with bridge zones for combining two cooking zones close to each other to use large pots and pans with flexible seven-level suction power settings. The induction technology of the new K-Link hobs is also next-generation and guarantees even more precise temperature control.
The K-Air is an intelligent vertical hood with a built-in 21″ monitor that can be controlled directly via the touchscreen or app. The exclusive Sensor Air Quality keeps the temperature, the percentage of humidity and the presence of volatile organic compounds, Carbon Monoxide and Nitrogen dioxide and methane under control in the domestic environment. The sensor activates the hood as soon as pollution thresholds are exceeded, primarily in the space where you cook.
Established in 1955 as a company specializing in the processing of plastic materials and synthetic resins, from 1958 Faber focused on the production of extractor hoods for use in the kitchen, manufacturing the first model in Plexiglas and creating what is commonly referred to as the “Fabriano hood district”. The strong passion and determination to achieve its goals have ensured the expansion of this local business on a European and then a global scale, and the continuing acquisition of multiple production sites. In Italy, where one in every two hoods is Faber, the Group is number one in its field, while at an international level it is present with its own brand as well as with local leading brands. The ongoing internationalization process to open up to new challenges has today led Faber to be part of the Franke Group, the major Swiss multinational, leader in the Kitchen System.
In 2016 Faber undertook a rebranding process and presented its new payoff “Air Matters”, with which it underlines what has always been its mission: to produce household appliances capable of transforming the air in the kitchen into comfort, and thus give the kitchen a new lease of life.