Ico is the revolutionary Elica kitchen hood designed by Fabrizio Criza and features the perfect combination of high performance, energy efficiency and usability.
Its simple, linear shape, consisting of an open geometric element that acts as a frame to a rectangular shape, made from white or black glass or sand glass, contains the best technology in the industry.
Thanks to the Less Energy project that uses the Synairgy motor system, the most efficient in the world, it is possible make electricity savings of 50% in addition to guaranteeing optimum extraction and noise levels in any installation conditions.
Not only that, the use of LEDs ensures perfect lighting for the stove and makes food preparation easier, making 90% electricity savings possible. Due to its characteristics, Ico is particularly suitable for large areas or for cooking habits that require extended or intense cooking.
Chef Control, an innovative digital control on the display command that sets the ideal level of extraction according to the type of cooking, adds the final touch. Perimeter extraction which brings the air flow to the outer perimeter of the hood also makes it possible to capture fumes, preventing them from circulating in the kitchen.
The Pure smart mode, which starts up the hood at the minimum speed for 5 minutes every half hour until deactivation, also ensure constant, continuous, silent air change.
Ico wall kitchen unit can be fixed on the wall and has two aspiration exits for those that do not wish the filtred air remain in their room. One on top and one additional in the back. The on top exit is used for both recycling and exhaust of smells. The back aspiration exit can be used for exhausting the smells and completely hide the tubes but requires an in-wall, already installed pipeline system.
For optimal air circulation the top aspiration exit is recommended and requires a Chimney Kit, long (H 450-475 mm) or short (H 220-270 mm).
Place the Ico wall kitchen hood at a distance ≥ 30 cm above an electric kitchen and ≥ 35 cm above a gas kitchen.