My hood produces drops on the lower surface and on filters.

The condensation creates especially when the hood is installed above an induction hob. This is a physical phenomenon and it is not due to a bad functioning of the product. Unlike the gas hob, the induction heats only the pots with food and not the surrounding air, so the surfaces of the hood remain cool. When the hot cooking fumes rise, they meet the cold surfaces of the hood, and then releasing the moisture in the air that turns quickly into water droplets.