I have Belling Kensington 110G free range cooker that we would like to fit into a chimney space.
I would like the fumes from cooking to go into an extractor unit and then up a flue lining in the chimney breast, with the fumes leaving the house via the chimney pot on the roof (2 stories up).
The problem I am having is;
a) I can't find an extractor unit that we can recess into the chimney breast that will do the job- made worse because the chimney breast is only 38cm deep and I also need a large width extractor unit as the cooker is 110cm wide.
Can anyone suggest one that would work for me.
b) The next problem is condensation - I am assuming the extractor unit will have a flex lining attached to it which will run up to the top of the chimney. When the air gets to the top it will have cooled and there must be a risk of water running back down to the unit. Guess I need some sort of drip tray?