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.

Product Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 (46 customers)
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    By - Kent

    Bought these as our extractor didn't have a makers name on it to identify the cartridge needed to replace. Good product, didn't use whole tub on one re-filling. Purchased with Extractor Fan Grease Filter.
  • Did the job

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    By - Berkshire

    I couldn't find my cooker hood model anywhere and a universal filter was too small (e-spares fully refunded this - fantastic service) but I discovered a concealed cover in the filter to allow the charcoal to be replaced so this was a great solution. Only negatives I had nearly 600g of charcoal in my old filter and this pot has 450g but I believe most other filters are smaller. I cleaned my old empty filter in the dishwasher, re-filled it and all seems well.
  • Excellent

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    By - Essex

    Easy to replace in cooker hood, immediate reduction of cooking odours. Will order again and recommend.

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  • Q Can the chips be used with the filters for the Baumatic F60.2BL cooker hood 1 Answer

    By Gary - 14 June 2015

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      These 'chips' could be used to replenish the content of the carbon filters Stock Number: ES1407997 if you can open and remove the original content.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 16 June 2015

  • Q Will one tub be sufficient to fill two hygena app2440 filters. 1 Answer

    By Alison - Uk - 23 September 2014

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      Refer to the product description.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 23 September 2014

  • Q i have just moved into a flat with a Baumatic STD6ss hood. it has a duct to the outside of the building.It has a metal mesh covering with round holes in it and it appears to have no grease filters and just has a black round thing 1 Answer

    By kate - london - 12 February 2014

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      If the 'black round thing' you refer to is Stock Number: ES1254389 then this is a carbon filter and is only required if the air is not being ducted out of the kitchen. This can simply be removed. Any metal grill can be cleaned using a degreasing agent.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 13 February 2014

  • Q KAP600X- where is the charcoal filter? 1 Answer

    Hi, I just moved into my new place which has the KAP600X hood. I managed to remove the grease filters, but I can't find the charcoal filter to replace. Is it possible that there is no charcoal filter? Also will it be possible to add on a charcoal filter.

    By sz - 21 January 2014

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      There is a filter option for this model if recirculating the air, do not use a filter if extracting as it reduces the efficiency of the unit.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 22 January 2014

  • Q hotpoint HTU32 cookerhood. How do I replace charcoal pellets 1 Answer

    Would 1pack 480g fill the filter. thanks

    By Anonymous - N.Wales - 23 December 2013

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      To use this product on the carbon filter Stock Number: ES1087149 it would be necessary to split or open this and remove the carbon granules before refilling and resealing the container.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 23 December 2013