Suspended Kitchens

A - A wall-hung kitchen makes cleaning under the furniture really easy. A kitchen with a plinth is less easy to clean so that perfect hygiene is not possible. Even if you can’t see it, the dirt accumulates behind the plinth which, although it has a gasket, cannot ensure a perfect seal.
B - The wall-hung kitchen is ideal for floor-heating because it removes all obstacles for perfect heat diffusion.

C - Steel L-shaped supporting brackets are supplied to fix a kitchen to a load-bearing wall. To avoid accidentally drilling the pipes inside the wall it is important to use an instrument that detects their exact position.
D - If the base units are fixed to an interior partition wall, add feet to support part of the weight. It is advisable to fit a quantity of feet that guarantees a distance between them of 120cm.
Suspended Kitchens
Can household appliances be installed in a wall-hung kitchen?
E - Nowadays it is even possible to install a dishwasher in a wall-hung base unit. An example of this is the new Smeg 60x90 or 60x60 dishwasher. We recommend the addition of supporting feet.
It is necessary to accurately define the position of the wall pipe outlet.
F - A 76x60 dishwasher can be installed in a tall unit, in a higher position compared to a traditional one which makes it more ergonomic. Its ideal position is at the right of the sink (making it easier to load).
NB: Make sure it is provided with the Acquastop device before purchasing it.

G - The oven can also be fitted inside a wall-hung base unit fixed to the wall.
H - The oven is more comfortable to use and more ergonomic if it is installed inside an element that can be hung in any position on the wall. It can have a flap door that disappears below the unit when open.
Suspended Kitchens Ergonomics