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I need a cooker hood with an offset flue.

There is a rafter right where I need to go through.

Whilst searching I came across one that had quite a wide flue that may just work (better measurements needed).

Does anyone know of a hood with an offset flue or anything similar ?

cheers folks

TheOldMan

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The flue is just a duct, either plastic or metal, so you could create your own offset using standard fittings for the given diameter. If it's a plastic flue you can box it in. If you want an exposed metal flue you could ask someone to weld one.

You can also get flexible concertina-type flues, both metal and plastic. Not as nice to look at nor as efficient as a smooth flue but they might work for you.

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