Universal Cooker Hood Carbon Filter

Stock Number: ES655011

Manufactured by Electrolux

(This part fits select Hygena models)

In Stock Available for immediate despatch

Rated 4.8 out of 5 (92 customers)

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Will this part fit my appliance?

This product is compatible with:

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


Universal Cooker Hood Carbon Filter

Greasy residues and odours are unappetising. Keep your cooker hood well-armed to combat grime by regularly replacing its carbon filters. If that time has finally arrived, eSpares has just what you need. Look no further than this genuine Electrolux replacement carbon filter, which will have your cooker hood eliminating those nasty cooking odours once again!


  • Dimensions: 570 x 470mm
  • 400g/m2

Fitting Instructions

  1. Simply cut to fit. Alternatively you can fold over
  2. Use the old filter as a guide to get the correct size

Please check that this part will fit your cooker hood before you purchase.

How to replace a Neff cooker hood filter and lamp

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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Product Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 (92 customers)
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  • Perfect replacement

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    By - West Sussex

    This product is better than the original Aristron cooker hood. It was large enough to fit most hoods and being carbon it removes smell as well as grease. Easy to cut and fit
  • Will do the job

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    By - Coventry

    Purchased this product to enable me to replace an active carbon filter on an old Baumatic cooker hood which is now obsolete and noone stocks replacement filters! The carbon mat is a little too thick, but it will do the job as an emergency substitute.
  • good quality product

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    By - Lincs

    Swift delivery. Made by Electrolux but fitted my Neff cooker hood, only a little trimming needed with scissors. Would buy again.

Ask & Answer

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  • Q Can I use this instead of buying the new charcoal filter APL2900 for my Hygena cooker hood model APP2500. 2 Answers

    I purchased 2 of these universal carbon filters from you but I do not see how they fit into the charcoal filter box given it is all squared off etc. If it is possible pls let me know how to fit your product. many thx

    By englandisstunning - 28 April 2010

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      Please contact our sales department and confirm your model number as you have provided two different model numbers. This carbon filter is also not made to fit in a carbon box so it's possible you may have ordered the wrong part.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 02 July 2010

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      We bought it for our de detrich hood and just cut it to size. It is working perfectly

      By mindy22 - Dublin - 15 June 2010

  • Q How do I find out which filter I need for my hood? 1 Answer

    The more I read, the more confused I become. Can you tell me the differences between charcoal, carbon and grease filter? And how do I find our which filter is right for my hood, please. Thank you very much. Kind regards.

    By LT - Orkney Islands - 18 July 2015

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      Charcoal and carbon are basically the same for absorbing smells. The grease filter is to prevent the carbon from quickly saturating with grease.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 20 July 2015

  • Q What is the thickness of this filter? Is it the same thickness as that on an AEG HC3360? 1 Answer

    By Rusty - 09 February 2015

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      We do not have this information available, However it should be a suitable replacement for any 'sheet type' carbon filter used in a domestic cooker hood.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 10 February 2015

  • Q Which filter should I buy? 1 Answer

    Hello, we have an old Bosch cooker hood (Type DUH 650i/655i) circa 1993. It is a Recirculation model, not extraction and we have changed the grease and active filters regularly using a pack labelled GalleyMatrix Code CGF1 (60 X57cm) purchased from John Lewis who no longer stock this part. We have cut this to size as required. Can you confirm which of your filters is the closest match please. Many thanks.

    By Tony - Bristol - 04 February 2015

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      Any of our Universal Cooker Hood Carbon Filter packs could be used but the size of 'one sheet' is a maximum of 470mm 570mm. If this is not wide enough for your filter you may have to 'butt together' two pieces and cover the join with a adhesive tape (gaffer tape).

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 05 February 2015

  • Q Charcoal filter for Comet type FCC/2002 95S8062021 : KESA HUI 3AU 1 Answer

    We have no documents for this cooker hood, only the model number as above. It has two removable stainless steeel grease filters and is a 60cm curved model. As it appears not to be vented to the exterior it presumably needs a charcoal/carbon filter? Does it also need an additional grease filter?

    By juneiz - Staplehurst, kent - 31 January 2015

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      The information is comets post code and does not give the model. If your hood has a black foam filter and a grease filter then this should suit.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 02 February 2015