Seven Best Chimneys for Indian Kitchens
Finding the best chimneys, for an Indian kitchen maybe challenging, but not impossible. This blog will help you choose the right model, to suit your lifestyle, food-habits, kitchen layout and more.
Follow this buying guide to make the right choice.
Table of Contents
- What makes for a good kitchen chimney?
- Seven best choices, from Kutchina, for your kitchen
- Things to keep in mind while purchasing a chimney
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is a kitchen chimney?
A chimney, is a must-have addition for your home. It keeps oil and smoke out of your kitchen, absorbing all excesses.
Seven Best Choices in Chimneys from Kutchina
- The Adora 90 Premium 3rd Gen Kitchen Chimney
The Adora 90 Premium by Kutchina is the first full-sized smart kitchen chimney. The Adora 90 Premium is designed for modern living and comes with luxurious, premium features. The stainless steel body measures 90 cms and weighs 32 kg.
Its 3rd gen prowess, comes with three levels of speeds and a suction power of 140050m3/Hr. Touch-control with wave sensors, makes its operation smooth and easy!
- The Cella Excel
The Cella Excel is the best choice for Indian households because it is perfect for fast-paced city lives. It has a 60 cm body, which makes it a fitting choice for apartment kitchens.
Push-buttons make for easy operation. What adds to the Cella Excel’s attraction, is that it comes with dry-type auto-clean technology, of the 3rd generation prowess, with two levels of speeds, making for an efficient means to eradicate smoke.
- The Essa Excel Straight Line
It measures around 60 cm. It fits a medium-sized kitchen well and is perfect for one with a three or four burner gas stove. It also comes with filterless technology that sucks in all the oil, dirt and smoke noiselessly. Its additional features comprise a hanging clamp, a duct pipe, an instructional manual, a warranty card, an oil collector, among others.
- The Fascino 90 kitchen chimney
The best high-end chimney for Indian kitchens is the Fascino 90. The body is 90 cms long and comes with a beautiful design that adds elegance to your kitchen.
This third-generation hob and chimney comes with three levels of speed and a suction power of 120050 cubic metres/ hour. This makes it the best choice, for Indian kitchens that typically sees the emanation of a lot of smoke and odour.
- The Venisa 60 kitchen chimney
Presenting the elegant design of the cosmopolitan hood of Venisa 60. Its body is made of steel and is 60 cms long.
This dry 3rd-generation chimney is powered by a 215W motor and uses auto-clean technology to get rid of smoke in the kitchen at three different speeds. The noise level is 58 dB, the suction power is 1200–50 M3/h. It also uses touch-control technology.
- The Blackstar 60 inclined kitchen chimney
The Blackstar 60 by Kutchina, stands for grace, elegance, and perfection. Its stylish looks and high quality make it a must-have kitchen appliance. The Blackstar 60’s impressive filterless suction capacity of 125050 m3/hr removes grease and smoke from the air, keeping your kitchen clean and fresh smelling.
- The Wales DLX
The Wales DLX is one of India’s best-selling smart chimneys that cleans itself. The 90 cm steel body is shaped like a hood. The chimney comes with a 200W motor and can pull in 140050m3/Hr of air.
The chimney comprises three levels of speeds, which makes it good for Indian kitchens where the speed of the suction can be changed based on how much smoke is being emanated. Compared to other models in the same price range, the Wales DLX makes for the best value for money option.
Things to Keep in Mind While Purchasing a Chimney
- Size of the chimney
The majority of chimneys are 60 cm to 90 cms tall. Use a 60-cm chimney for a two-burner stove. If your stove has three or more burners, use a 90 cm-wide chimney.
- Mounting style of the chimney
An island-chimney is useful in modern homes with a stove in the centre of the kitchen. To minimize space, built-in chimneys are made to be small, mounted on the wall, and integrated into the kitchen’s woodwork.
- Suction capacity of the chimney
How frequently and how you cook, affects the chimney’s suction capability. Common suction capacities are around 400-1,600 m3/hr. For low-oil cooking, 700-1,000 m3/hr of prowess is sufficient. If you often deep-fry, a chimney of over 1200 m3/hr suction is sufficient.
Chimneys are the lifeline of contemporary kitchens, as they keep them as well as the appliances stowed in them, such as refrigerators, food processors, mixer grinders, among others, clean.
At Kutchina, you will find the best choices in chimneys in India, with the added benefit of great after-sales service.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- How does one choose a chimney based on size?
Most electric chimneys, come in two standard lengths: 60 cms and 90 cms. Choose your chimney based on how big your kitchen is and how many burners your stove has.
- What should be the ideal suction capacity of a chimney?
A high-suction chimney is essential for an Indian kitchen. If you cook often, you must use a chimney with 800-1000 m3/hr of suction power.