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Elica Type 160 Cooker Hood Filter


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Type 160 Cooker Hood Filter

  • Type 160 Cooker Hood Filter
  • SKU: 646784
  • Manufacturer: Elica

Availability: In stock


(Delivery from £3.44)
Normally delivered to you in 1 to 4 days excluding weekends and public holidays.
This spare part is the genuine recommended spare part as supplied by the manufacturer as a direct replacement.
Square type cooker hood active carbon or charcoal filter that fits a wide range of cooker hoods under various brand names.

Elica Cooker Hood


Gorenje Cooker Hood

DKG915E, IDG915E

Proline Cooker Hood


AEG Cooker Hood

9140D-M/NL, CH700X/GB, HD8694-M/GB

Creda Cooker Hood


General Domestic Appliances Cooker Hood

BHC95, BHC99

Hotpoint Cooker Hood


Bauknecht Cooker Hood

DDLE3790IN, DDLI3710IN-1, DDLR3790/1IN

Whirlpool Cooker Hood


Electrolux Cooker Hood


Additional Information

Alternate Part Number 646784, 831169, F00187, 50281463005, CARBON FILTER TYPE 160, 50249827002, 50271648003, 6700625, C00242832, 481948048342, 481281718527, FILTER D160, 481281728932, 481948048274, CARBON FILTER DKF41, 481948048303, 50290646004, 50279167006
Manufacturer Elica
Genuine Part Yes

Cooker Hood Filters

Cooker hood filters come in two basic formats, the grease filter which filters out grease and stops cooking grease that is carried in steam etc. from clogging up the motor and charcoal or carbon filter that removes odour from the cooking process.

All hoods require a grease filter and this must be fitted. These will be in the form of a foam gease filter, a paper typw grease filter or a metal mesh type grease filter.

Any hood not vented to the outside should have a carbon filter fitted which helps to remove odours and, importantly, to protect teh cooker hood motor from damage.

It is important to make sure that your grease filter is replaced regularly to prevent grease entering the hood and causing damage or, simply not allowing air to be drawn into the cooker or extractor hood allowing it to simply spill back into the kitchen. Or, if you have a cooker hood with a metal mesh type filter that it is cleaned regularly to prevent it becoming blocked or damaged.

Grease filters should be replaced every one to six months depending on the level of use and type of cooking you do.

Carbon or charcoal filters should be replaced every three to six months for optimal performance.

How often that you need to replace or clean the filters, regardless of what the manufacturers often will tell you, is down to what type and how much cooking that you do. The more you cook, the more regularly you should replace or clean the filters.

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Can't Find The Cooker Hood Filter You Need, Not Sure?

Buying spare parts for your cooker hood can be a simples task or frustrating as you try to pick your way through all sorts of information to find what you need.

We try to make it as simple as possible for you to buy a cooker hood filter but we do appreciate that often people need a bit of extra help.

If you have any questions or need help please get in touch with us about cooker hood spares and get answers as quickly as possible but do please use our contact page or email as a first resort as this allows us time to look up spare parts for you and find any low cost compatible spares as well, so you get the best options available.

If you are not sure about the suitability of this or any other filter or spare part then please contact us for help as we want you to get the parts you need with as little hassle as possible.