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Ztove 80 Downdraft

For those who want to avoid a ceiling-mounted extractor hood and thus free up more space in the kitchen.

Ztove’s built-in extractor hood is very energy efficient (Energy class: A++). The motor is quiet despite its high performance with a suction capacity of 700 m³/h.

The cooktop has four large zones designed for Ztove pans and pots. The zones can bridge.

When using regular pots and pans, the cooktop functions as a standard induction hob.

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Type

Induction

Zones

4

Exterior dimensions, W*D*H, mm

800*520*4

Cutout dimensions, W*D*H, mm

750-760*490-500*254

Can be flush-mounted

Yes

Connected load and voltage

7400 W and 230v - 400v

Suction power

700m³/h

Noise level at maximum power

66 dB

Energy class

A++

SKU

ZID80401

All Details about ‘Ztove 80 with Extractor Hood’

In this text, we cover:

  • Using pans and pots on the cooktop
  • How the extractor hood works
  • Features of the cooktop
  • Cooktop design
  • What you receive when ordering a cooktop

If you don’t find answers to your questions, feel free to reach out to us via live chat or phone (+45 78 707 707) all days of the week between 9-17.

Using Pans and Pots on the Cooktop

Ztove Pans and Pots

When you place a Ztove pot or pan on a cooking zone and turn on the zone, it will automatically connect. The light on the handle will blink green, confirming the connection. The pot or pan will also automatically appear in the app, where you can set the temperature.

In all Ztove pans and pots, there is a default temperature set, which is the temperature the cookware will automatically set to when you turn on the cooktop and haven’t started the app.

  • Pans are set to 175 ºC
  • Pots are set to 150 ºC

You can customize default temperatures for each of your cookware according to your preferences within the Ztove app. See how in the user manual.

There are 6 variants of Ztove pans and pots. See them all below:

See Ztove pans and pots

 

Regular Induction Pans and Pots

When you place regular induction pans or pots on the cooktop, it will function as a standard induction hob, where you can control the power from 1-9.

Using Temperature Control in the App

In the app, you can control the temperature from 0-250 ºC. In the app, you can find 100+ recipes with temperature indications, but also programs where the temperature is controlled automatically, such as a potato cooker or a rice cooker.

Read all about the Ztove app

 

How the Extractor Hood Works (Video in Danish).

In this video, you can see how the extractor hood looks and is structured.

 

The extractor hood is composed of 5 parts:

  1. Induction Cooktop
  2. A glass lid, matching the cooktop.
  3. Two grease filters. Dishwasher safe.
  4. A drip tray, collecting water from steam. Dishwasher safe.
  5. Air outlet, located behind the motor, facing towards the wall.

It is easy to remove and install all parts within seconds and requires no tools.

A Powerful Motor

The motor is one of the most powerful on the market with a maximum suction capacity of 700 m³/h and can be adjusted down to 250 m³/h.

Low Noise Level

When the extractor hood is set to maximum, it is only 66 dB, and at minimum settings, it is at 47 dB.

Patented Water Protection

The motor is built with patented waterproofing, ensuring it doesn’t break if it comes into contact with water. The extractor hood is equipped with a plug that allows you to empty liquids that have accidentally overflowed into the condensation tray and exceeded its capacity.

Extraction with Recirculation or Ventilation

When installing the Ztove 80 Downdraft, you need to choose between ventilation or recirculation. If you’re designing a new kitchen, your kitchen supplier can usually assist you in setting it up correctly. At Ztove, we can guide you with the right solution. Contact us via live chat or phone at +45 78 707 707 all days of the week between 9 – 17.

 

Ventilation

With ventilation, the air from the extractor hood is led outside. The hood draws steam from pots and pans and passes it through a filter, which cleans the air of grease particles.
The ventilation duct is connected to the extractor hood, and the cleaned air is led out through a box installed in the wall, which has an outlet to the outside. The hole for the box can also be in the ceiling or basement.

 

Recirculation

With recirculation, the air is cleaned by the filter and then circulated back into the kitchen. The hood draws in air containing food and cooking odors as well as grease particles. The air is cleaned by a filter just like with ventilation but is subsequently returned to the kitchen. When you choose recirculation, it is necessary to purchase an activated carbon filter, which can absorb food odors from the air. This makes the air cleaner before it is sent out again. An activated carbon filter lasts for up to a year and must then be replaced.

Recirculation is easier to install and is often used in smaller apartments or if you do not want to renovate the entire kitchen. You can purchase Ztove carbon filters by clicking here, or by going to Shop -> Accessories. The activated carbon filters cost €135 and come in a pack of 4.

 

How to Determine if Your Countertop Fits Ztove

Start by removing your cooktop from the countertop. If your cooktop is not flush-mounted or sealed, you can remove the drawers under your cooktop and tilt the cooktop up from below by hand. You can also use something flat to wedge under the edge and tilt up. You can then measure the hole and compare it with the hole dimensions for ‘Ztove 80 Downdraft.’

If you cannot remove your cooktop because it is flush-mounted or sealed, you can try to figure out what hole dimensions your current cooktop requires and compare them with the hole dimensions for ‘Ztove 80 Downdraft.’

Acceptable hole dimensions for Ztove 80 Downdraft are: 750-760*490-500 mm

The cooktop is 254 mm deep. Make sure to check if there is enough space under the countertop, or if the countertop is thick enough so the cooktop does not hit a drawer or cabinet.

Cutting your Countertop

If your dimensions do not fit the cooktop, you need to contact a carpenter who can cut it.

Download the Installation Guide for Your Kitchen Supplier

Below, you’ll find installation guides that you can download. If you’re designing a kitchen, you can simply download the file and send it to your kitchen supplier, and they’ll make the countertop to fit the cooktop. Your kitchen supplier is also welcome to contact us. That way, we can ensure that you get the right solution for your kitchen.

Download guide

Free shipping to all of Europe within 3-5 business days

When you order your Ztove cooktop, you can choose to have your cooktop delivered as soon as possible, which is within 3-5 business days, or you can choose a date in the future. You can also choose to reserve it until you are ready. Simply contact us at least 5 business days before you need it.

We ship directly to your address

See Ztove pots and pans

You get a free 3L pot and 24 cm pan with the cooktop. Use your old induction pots and pans as usual.

Ztove Pot – 1.5 L
174,00 
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Ztove Pot – 3L
189,00 
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Ztove Pot – 5 L
199,00 
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Ztove Pan – 24 cm
189,00 
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Ztove Pan – 28 cm
199,00 
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Ztove Stainless Steel Pan – 28 cm
199,00 
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Frequently Asked Questions

If you don’t find answers to your questions, you can always contact us via chat, email, or +45 78 707 707. We respond promptly every day between 9 AM and 5 PM.

Can I use my normal cookware on the Ztove cooktop?

Yes, you can. When using induction pots and pans without a built-in temperature sensor, the cooktop works as normal. You control the heat from 1-9, and there’s also a boost function available.

However, you can neither see nor control the temperature with a precision of ±1 ºC when using cookware other than Ztove’s.

Can I use Ztove without the app?

Yes.

You can use the function “Standard Temperature“.

Standard Temperature

All Ztove pots and pans have a standard temperature. If you start Ztove without using the app, the pan or pot will automatically reach the standard temperature, even without opening the app.

Our default settings are 175°C for pans and 150°C for pots, but you can choose your own.

The standard temperature ensures that you don’t have to worry about the temperature suddenly running wild.

I'm renovating my kitchen. How do I get Ztove?

Many cooktops have the same dimensions, so there’s a good chance that replacing Ztove with your current cooktop is simple.

Start by measuring how wide and deep your current cooktop is.

Compare your cooktop

If your cooktop is 580-600 mm wide and 520 mm deep, our Ztove 60 will fit.

If your cooktop is 780-800 mm wide and 520 mm deep, our Ztove 80 will fit.

If you want to be completely sure, take your cooktop out of the countertop and measure the hole. Compare it with the dimensions that fit our cooktops. You can find this under specifications on the cooktop or here:

Dimensions

Ztove 60:

H*W*D, mm: 560 * 490 * 49

Ztove 80:

H*W*D, mm: 750-770 * 490 * 49

Ztove 80 with hood

H*W*D, mm: 754 * 494 * 254

If you know the model number of your cooktop, you can send it to us in the chat or over the phone, and we can check if Ztove fits.

If we don’t have a model that fits your kitchen, we may still be able to find a solution. Write or call Ztove.

I want to replace my current cooktop with Ztove. How?

Many cooktops have the same dimensions, so there’s a good chance that replacing Ztove with your current cooktop is simple.

Start by measuring how wide and deep your current cooktop is.

Compare your cooktop

If your cooktop is 580-600 mm wide and 520 mm deep, our Ztove 60 will fit.

If your cooktop is 780-800 mm wide and 520 mm deep, our Ztove 80 will fit.

If you want to be completely sure, take your cooktop out of the countertop and measure the hole. Compare it with the dimensions that fit our cooktops. You can find this under specifications on the cooktop or here:

Dimensions

Ztove 60:

H*W*D, mm: 560 * 490 * 49

Ztove 80:

H*W*D, mm: 750-770 * 490 * 49

Ztove 80 with hood

H*W*D, mm: 754 * 494 * 254

If you know the model number of your cooktop, you can send it to us in the chat or over the phone, and we can check if Ztove fits.

If we don’t have a model that fits your kitchen, we may still be able to find a solution. Write or call Ztove.

Is it safe to order a cooktop online?

Yes, you can safely order your cooktop from Ztove here on the website.

You have a 100-day trial period, so if you’re not completely satisfied with the cooktop, we’ll pick it up from you free of charge.

We’re available on chat and phone every day of the week and are happy to help you choose the cooktop that fits your kitchen.

Powerful & quiet

Improve the indoor climate in your kitchen.

At maximum performance, the extractor hood sucks with 700m³/h and only makes 66 dB of noise.

Free Ztove App

Your control panel. 100+ thoroughly tested recipes.

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Trusted by the best

  • Rene Mammen
    Michelin-starred chef and owner of Restaurant Substans

    “My prediction is that Ztove will become the standard in all modern kitchens. It certainly is in mine.”

  • Klaus Andersen
    Winner of 'The Great Danish Bake Off' 2022

    “Ztove maintains a stable temperature, so it’s something I truly can recommend.”

  • Per Asmussen
    Owner of the food magazine GastroFun

    “After trying Ztove, I’m convinced that temperature control will become the standard in every kitchen.”

  • Christian Jacobsen
    Trained Chef

    “As a father, it’s fantastic to be able to check on my children without worrying that the food will burn or boil over.”

100 Days Free Return Policy

Try Ztove at home before you decide.

If you’re not satisfied, you can return Ztove with 100 days – no questions asked.