Universal Cooker Hood Grease Filter with Saturation Indicator

Stock Number: ES188196

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Will this part fit my appliance?

This product is compatible with:

  • Cooker Hoods with appropriate dimensions (please see the description)


Keep cooking grease smells and residues to a minimum with this universal high-grade grease filter for your kitchen extractor fan. It can be cut to size to fit your cooker hood, and features a saturation indicator so you know when it needs to be replaced.

Once a red discolouration is showing on your filter, it's time to replace it to keep your kitchen fresh and clean.

  • Dimensions: 47 x 114cm
  • Type: Paper

Fitting instructions:

  1. Open your cooker hood according to your user manual and remove the old grease filter.
  2. Cut the new filter to the appropriate size - you can use the old filter as a guide.
  3. Fit the new grease filter with the red saturation indicator lines facing upwards.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (205 customer reviews)
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  • Great Value

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    By - Cornwall

    Looks good quality and should get at least 2 out of it Good purchase .
  • Excellent replacement

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    By - Monaghan, Ireland

    We needed a new filter and this one is an excellent replacement.
  • wrong part

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    the grease filter came and to my surprise was enough to get two filters out of it for my cooker hood

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  • Q does this go inbetween the layers of the metal grills of which there are 2 on the Zanussi ZHC613X 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - 12 February 2012

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      yes folded in half very easy to do

      By Anonymous - cambridge - 15 May 2012

  • Q which way up does the filter go 1 Answer

    this filter is different to the old one and i am sure which way round it goes

    By Anonymous - yorkshire - 26 May 2011

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      Hi there. This filter is cut-to-size, and it fits with the patterned side facing downwards. This way, you can tell when the filter is saturated and needs to be replaced - the pattern will turn from grey to a reddish colour.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 02 June 2011