Extractor Fan Activated Charcoal Chips - 480g

Stock Number: ES510044

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This product is compatible with:

  • Cooker Hoods

Description

This tub contains 480g of activated charcoal chips to refill the carbon filters in your cooker hood. These chips will help neutralise cooking smells in your kitchen.

The amount of chips required to fill one filter depends on the size of your filter and how densely you fill it. This tub will be enough to fill 1 to 2 filters.

So get these charcoal chips ordered today, to keep those strong kitchen odours at bay once and for all.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (50 customers)
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    By - Edinburgh

    Ideal product to extend the life of carbon filter elements extremely economically. I have previously completed this exercise most successfully. Another satisfied customer!.
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    By - Hampshire

    I thought the product was expensive but as it was not readily available in local shops so I bought it on line. I cannot report on it's effectiveness until it's been used more often. The dismantling and fitting is a messy procedure so you need a sheet or a newspaper to place underneath the charcoal. Taking a positive view, I was going to buy a new cooker hood so at least I saved myself the hassle and expense.
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    By - Doncaster

    Absolutely brilliant wouldn't be without them, a lot cheaper than buying new filters. Only now need a funnel that fits filter to stop chips going every where.

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  • Q How do you get into the carbon filter of a Siemens LC665GA30B HOOD 1 Answer

    The framework of the filter is a white plastic (?neoprene?) and the top and bottom are covered by a black cloth (?carbon impregnated). The replacement filter is around £-- which is very hefty for such a simple device. Any clue to prizing the cloth off to get at the carbon chips would be appreciated. Many thanks.

    By P ROBERTS - Bournemouth - 08 February 2016

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      The original filter is designed to be replaced complete. However it may be possible to remove the old 'screens' and replace them with material from Stock Number: ES131936

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 11 February 2016

  • Q WILL THESE CHIPS FIT INSIDE THE 2 CARBON FILTERS ON MY EFG50022S 1 Answer

    ARE THE 2 GREASE FILTERS ON THE ABOVE MODEL WHICH ARE MADE OF FINE MESH WASHABLE

    By DOUG GRAHAM - DARLINGTON CO.DURHAM - 29 January 2016

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      The metal grease filters can be washed but should not be put in a dishwasher. If your carbon filters can be opened this product should be suitable to replace the carbon granules.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 01 February 2016

  • Q Will these work for My Neff D5652XOGB/04, if so how do I get into the filter and then reseal it? 1 Answer

    By Gail Norris - United Kingdom - 22 November 2015

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      This can be used to change the granules in most carbon filters if you can open them and reseal after replacement so check your old filter first before ordering.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 23 November 2015

  • Q Will these chips work in my Philips AKB 063/PH/04 extractor? 1 Answer

    By Peter Whitaker - London SE9. - 15 November 2015

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      This will be suitable for all carbon filters that can be opened and resealed.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 16 November 2015

  • Q Can I use this product on the charcoal filter on my Zanussi ZB350W cooker hood 1 Answer

    By John Travis - Manchester M28 1LX - 25 August 2015

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      Yes as long as you can part the case and reassemble it after you can replace the carbon inside.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 25 August 2015