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Best Electric Chimney in India 2019 (In-Depth Reviews & Buyer’s Guide)

Does your kitchen smell even hours after cooking? Or is the choking smoke while cooking that you are trying to get rid of? Or what about the constant sneezes? Well, Indian Spices tend to have that effect and the solution is simple. All you need is a powerful electric chimney.

But how do you choose the best electric chimney in India out of all the brands and model available? Confused?

Then you are in the right place. Our in-depth buyer’s guide is everything you need so you can make a well-informed buying decision and the most value for your money.

Best Kitchen Chimney in India for 2019

Elica WD HAC TOUCH BF 60: This 60cm chimney comes with a suction power of 1200m3/hr. and will sit atop any 3-4 burner stove and clear your kitchen of smoke, oil, odor etc. in minutes. Plus, the auto-clean feature makes cleaning the filter a whole lot easier.

Faber HOOD CREST HC SC BK 90: If you use a 5 burner stove, then this a just the chimney you need. It comes with a suction power of 1200m3/hr. and will rid even the largest of home kitchens of smoke and odor with ease.

A Kitchen Chimney on a Budget

Eurodomo PB BK 60: On a tight budget? This stylish 60cm chimney is ideal for a 2-3 burner stove and kitchen of less than 200sq. ft. It comes with an excellent suction power of 1050m3/hr. and is available for less than Rs. 10,000

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In-Depth Chimney Reviews

#1: Elica WD HAC TOUCH BF 60 (Best Auto Clean Chimney in India)

For any Indian home that uses a 4 burner stove and wants a chimney that is both powerful and easy to use, the Elica is hands down the perfect choice and here is why.

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Elica 60 cm 1200 m3/hr Auto Clean Chimney with Free Installation Kit (WD HAC TOUCH BF 60, 2 Baffle...
  • Size:60 cm (2-4 burner stove for wall mounted chimneys)
  • Suction Capacity: 1200 m3/hr (For kitchen size >200 sqft & heavy frying/grilling)
  • Warranty: 5 years on Motor and 1 year on comprehensive from Date of Purchase

What we like

Before we talk about the features that are sure to put a smile on any potential buyer’s face, the first and foremost thing that will have your attention is the sleek build and the elegant design.

This means the chimney does not just give you an odor and smoke-free kitchen but adds a touch of luxury to it as well

But the feature that really stands out chimney is the auto-clean (now clean your chimney with the just the press of a button).

Yup, that is true. Just press the button and the heating element rids the chimney of oil via the oil collector which can be emptied out anytime within minutes. All that money you have been wasting on cleaners, well, not anymore.

With 1200m3/hr. of suction power, any kitchen within 250-350sq. ft. can be cleared of the nasty smoke and odor that comes from the cooking of spices etc. within a matter of minutes (no more sneezing and coughing while cooking).

For this, the chimney is equipped with a stainless steel baffle filter. Not only is this more effective than standard mesh filters but requires less maintenance as well as needs washing every 4-5 months.

Thanks to the two 3-watt LED bulbs, you will always have ample light around the cooking area (calming your midnight cravings just got less disturbing for everyone).

The touch control panel makes switching speed, auto-cleaning, turning on the lights etc. effortless.

Talking about speed, you get multiple speed settings which give you full control over the suction (want it high, low or medium, you are the boss).

Lastly, even with all that suction power, the chimney consumes just about 180-watts of electricity so you put to rest any fears you had of high electricity bills hitting your pocket hard.

Warranty: 5 years on Motor and 1 year on Comprehensive.

Specs

  • Suited for: 3-4 Burner Stoves
  • Max Noise: 58dB
  • Suction Power: 1200m3/hr.
  • Filter Type: Baffle Filter
  • Wattage: 180-watts
  • Auto Clean: Yes
  • Dimensions (H X L X B): 49cm X 59.5cm X 44.5cm

Drawbacks

On the downsides, the chimney can be a little noise and full power.

Also, it is on the expensive side as it costs over Rs. 10,000 but the question is, is it worth it?

If you want a high-end chimney that will last you long, is easy to maintain and use, then yes, this one is worth the money.

Pros

  • Comes with an eye-catching design that adds a touch of class to any kitchen décor
  • Cleaning the filter can be done with the press of a button using the auto-clean feature
  • All the oil is collected in the oil container which can be easily detached for cleaning
  • The stainless steel baffle filter traps in the smoke, smell etc.
  • It also easier to maintain and needs to be clean every 4-5 months
  • It has a suction power of 1200m3/hr.
  • You can get greater control over the suction due to the multiple speed settings
  • All settings can be adjusted effortlessly using the touch control panel
  • The two 3-watt LED light bulbs give you ample light for night cooking
  • Consumes just 180-watts making it highly energy efficient

Cons

  • It is noisy when used at full-power
  • The chimney costs more than Rs. 10,000

#2: Faber HOOD CREST HC SC BK 90

If you use a bigger stove like a 5 burner stove, then this 90cm is just what your kitchen needs. It is just as impressive as the Elica and no-brainer pick.

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Faber 90 cm 1200 m3/hr Heat Auto Clean Chimney (HOOD CREST HC SC BK 90, Filterless, Touch & Gesture...
  • Size:90 cm (3-5 burner stove for wall mounted chimneys)
  • Suction Capacity: 1200 m3/hr (For kitchen size >200 sqft & heavy frying/grilling)
  • Warranty: 5 year on motor and rotor

What we like

Just as classy looking as the Elica, this Faber chimney too adds a touch of modernity and class to any kitchen.

When it comes to features, it too has a suction power of 1200m3/hr. so irrespective of how big your kitchen is, the chimney can get the job done in a matter of minutes.

But it isn’t just great suction, the motor is also very durable (so the chimney should easily last your years to come) and it makes lesser noise as well for 90cm chimney so you can focus on your cooking better.

With the auto-clean feature, getting rid of the oil is a breeze. You no longer have to get all greasy and messy. The oil collector does the job for you.

And when that needs cleaning, just detach it and empty out the container (all of which should take just 4-5 minutes).

But what really takes the cake here is the filter less nature of the chimney. This next-gen technology gives the motor better suction power and further reduces the headache of maintenance which now pretty much FREE.

From the 3-speed settings to even the auto-clean or on/off, all can be easily controlled via the touch panel.

And if you have an eye for the fancy frills, the gesture control is sure to leave you impressed. Not to forget, it makes operating the chimney a breeze (you do not even have to touch it).

There are also two energy-efficient LED lights which give you sufficient light so you can easily cook even at night.

Warranty: 5 years on Motor and 1 year on Comprehensive.

 Specs

  • Suited for: 3-5 burner stoves
  • Max Noise: 68dB
  • Suction Power: 1200m3/hr.
  • Filter Type: Filterless
  • Power Consumption: 230 Volts
  • Speed Settings: 3-speed settings
  • Auto Clean: Yes

Drawbacks

On the downsides, the chimney consumes more electricity than some of the other models but nothing that should impact too much. Plus, it is not something you use all day long either.

Also, the chimney is on the expensive side since it will cost you around 15k. But I would say it is worthwhile considering its high-end features, zero-cost maintenance, suction power and larger size (if those are features you were looking for).

Pros

  • Comes with an eye-catching sleek design
  • It has a suction power of 1200m3/hr. which is ideal for larger kitchens
  • The filterless operation makes maintenance both cheap and easy
  • Further adding to that is the auto-clean feature
  • This ensures oil gets collected in the oil container which can be removed and cleaned in minutes
  • Motor offers great durability and relatively silent operation as well
  • Settings can be adjusted via the touch panel or gestures
  • It has 3-speed settings
  • The two LED lights provide ample illumination when need be

Cons

  • Consumes more electricity than other chimneys
  • It will cost you over 15k

#3: Eurodomo PB BK 60 (Best Kitchen Chimney Under Rs. 10,000)

If you are looking for something relatively cheaper, let’s say, for less than Rs. 10,000 this Eurodomo kitchen chimney fits the bill and checks most boxes in terms of both functionality and convenience.

Eurodomo 60 cm 1050 m3/h Chimney (Onyx PB BK 60, Black) with Free Installation
  • Size:60 cm (2-4 burner stove for wall mounted chimneys)
  • Suction Capacity: 1050 m3/hr (For kitchen size >200 sqft & heavy frying/grilling)
  • Warranty: 1 year on product, 5 years on motor

What we like

The suction power of 1050m3/hr. is ideal for medium to small kitchens while the 60cm size ensures it covers a 3-4 burner stove pretty well (so no smoke and odor have you sneezing and coughing).

The 3-speed settings give you all the control you need over the suction. Not to forget, at low speed, the chimney is also less noisy.

It has a baffle filter which traps in all the grease, smoke etc. with great efficiency and needs to be cleaned once every 5-6 months depending on usage.

And when hunger strikes you at 12 am or when the lights in the kitchen go puff, you will find the two LED lights on the chimney quite useful. Plus, these lights hardly consume any electricity.

But it isn’t just the lights that are energy efficient, the chimney itself draws just 190-watts of power.

Not as fancy as a touch panel but equally efficient touch button lets you adjust the speed of the fan, turn the LED lights on/off etc.

Even for a low-costing chimney, the design of the Eurodomo, is pretty impressive with the curved glass and compact, black-colored build that blends in with any kitchen décor while adding some modernity to it.

Warranty: 1 year on the product, 5 years on motor.

Specs

  • Suited for: 3-4 burner stoves
  • Max Noise: 58dB
  • Suction Power: 1050m3/hr
  • Filter Type: Baffle Filter
  • Wattage: 190-Watts
  • Speed Settings: 3-Speed Settings
  • Auto Clean: No

Drawbacks

One of the few drawbacks about this chimney is that it does not come with an auto-clean feature.

Yes, the filter does not need regular cleaning but getting out those oils stains etc. would be even easier with the auto-clean.

It also a bit noisy when operated at full-power but luckily it takes only a few minutes to get the job done in medium and small kitchens which makes it easier to bear the noise.

Pros

  • It costs less than Rs. 10,000
  • Comes with a suction power of 1050m3/hr.
  • It is ideal for medium-sized kitchens and 3-4 burner stoves
  • 3-Speed settings let you control fan speed
  • The baffle filter efficiently traps all grease and smoke
  • The filter needs to be cleaned only once in 5-6 months
  • LED lights provide additional lighting when need be
  • The chimney draws just 190-watts of power and thus energy efficient
  • The design is sleek and modern and goes well with any kitchen interior
  • Settings are can be easily adjusted via the push buttons

Cons

  • It is noisy
  • Does not come with an auto-clean feature so cleaning can be tedious

I know cleaning it can be slightly more tedious than the other chimneys on the list but nonetheless, if you are on a budget, this is by far the best electric chimney is India in terms of both functionality and design.


#4: Hindware Nevio 60

Hindware is one of India’s most trustable brands simply because they have been delivering technologically advanced, durable and modern appliances to homes in India for over 60 years.

And the Nevio is just another example of that.

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Hindware 60cm 1200 m3/hr Auto Clean Chimney (Nevio 60, 1 Baffle Filter, Steel/Grey)
  • Size:60 cm (2-4 burner stove for wall mounted chimneys)
  • Suction Capacity: 1200 m3/hr (For kitchen size >200 sqft & heavy frying/grilling)
  • Warranty: 1 year on product, 5 years on motor

What we like

First and foremost, the 60cm size of the chimney means it covers ample area of the 3-4 burner stove so no smoke and smell can escape its grasp.

Supporting that is the powerful 1200m3/hr. suction which takes only 5-10 minutes in large kitchens to work its magic.

The Metallic blower isn’t just powerful, it performs at the highest level with little energy consumption (just 180-watts) and noise.

The baffle filter is one of the best filter types of good reason. It will entrap any smoke, smell etc. and continue to do so for months together without the constant need for cleaning making it a hassle-free filter.

Furthermore, ensuring other parts of the chimney are just as easy to clean is the Thermal Auto Clean features.

Press a button and all those stubborn oil stains that take hours of scrubbing will simply fall into the large oil collector which is easy to detach, clean and then put back once it is full.

Now, just give the outside a good wipe and you will ensure your chimney continues to perform at its best for years to come.

In case you ever happen to need additional light in the kitchen, just the light button on the chimney and 2 LED lights will instantly light your cooking area. Plus, these draw lesser power than any other light making them more than just handy.

Here too you get the stylish touch panel so adjusting the speed and lights etc. just required the slightest of touches.

Lastly, adding to the style quotient is the premium stainless steel finish. This not only adds some bling to your kitchen but also gives the chimney excellent durability.

Warranty: 1 year on the product, 5 years on motor.

Specs

  • Suited for: 3-4 burner stoves
  • Max Noise: 58dB
  • Suction Power: 1200m3/hr.
  • Filter Type: Baffle Filter
  • Power Consumption: 180-watts
  • Speed Settings: 3-speeds
  • Auto Clean: Yes

Drawbacks

On the downsides, you will want to carefully look after the installation of the chimney as complaints about improper installation is common.

Also, it is usually charged extra.

And lastly, the pipe of the chimney needs to be replaced once in a while which adds to the maintenance cost.

Pros

  • Perfectly covers a 3-4 burner stove as it is about 60cm in size
  • It has a suction power of 1200m3/hr.
  • The metallic blower is less noisy and energy efficient
  • Baffle filter is both easy to maintain and efficient at trapping smoke and smells
  • Thermal auto clean ensures cleaning the chimney is just the press of a button away
  • Removing and installing the oil collector is very simple
  • 2-LED lights provide ample illumination and are energy efficient
  • The touch panel is easy to use and stylish
  • Stainless steel build gives the chimney durability and adds bling to the kitchen

Cons

  • Installation needs to be carefully overlooked
  • The installation is charged separately
  • The pipe needs regular replacing which adds to the overall maintenance cost

#5: Glen 6071 EX

Last on the list is a chimney from another very popular brands especially when it comes to chimneys, cooktops etc. Glenn and here is why it is worth the consideration, especially for budget buyers.

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Glen 60 cm 1000 m3/hr Chimney (6071 EX, 1 Baffle Filter, Black)
  • Size:60 cm (2-4 burner stove for wall mounted chimneys)
  • Suction Capacity: 1000 m3/hr (For kitchen size >200 sqft & heavy frying/grilling)
  • Warranty: 1 year on product, 7 years on motor

What we like

Firstly, the Glen with its curved glass design and all-black body is sure to become an eye-catching feature irrespective of the type of kitchen you have.

But for it to be that eye-catching, the chimney has to be kept clean as well. Thankfully, the baffle filter makes that job hassle-free as it needs cleaning every 4-5 months only.

Apart from that, wiping the out body and curved glass with a damp cloth once in a while should keep the kitchen and the chimney sparkling clean.

To ensure the kitchen remains smelling fresh even during the cooking process there is the baffle filter that traps any smoke and grease.

And helping with that is the 1000m3/hr. suction power best suited for medium and small kitchens.

Not only is the stainless steel baffle filter build to last, the use of high-grade stainless steel for the body also guarantees longevity and efficient functioning for years to come.

To adjust the suction power, there are 3-speed controls which can be switched using the push buttons.

The push buttons are also ideal for turning on/off the 2 LED lights. Yup, these energy efficient lights will light up your work area so you can focus better on all the cooking and chopping that needs to be done.

Also, ensuring safe operation even during fluctuations is the Overheat protection that the Copper Italian Motor comes with.

Similarly, the use of Flame Retard Plastic for the housing, the interior wiring and more importantly, for the motor gives you smoother and safe functioning.

Plus, it also produces lesser noise so turning on the chimney does not give or your family a headache.

Warranty: 1 year on the product, 7 years on motor.

Specs

  • Suited for: 3-4 burner stove
  • Max Noise: 58dB
  • Suction Power: 1000m3/hr.
  • Filter Type: Baffle Filter
  • Speed Settings: 3-speeds
  • Auto Clean: No
  • Noise: 58dB

Drawbacks

Firstly, the chimney is not as powerful as some of the other picks on the list which means works efficiently only is kitchens less than 200sq. ft.

Secondly, there is no auto-clean feature or oil container but still isn’t all that tough to clean.

Lastly, Glenn’s customer service isn’t that good with delayed installation, lack of response etc. common complaints by buyers.

Pros

  • The design is sure to catch a few eyes in the kitchen
  • Maintaining the baffle filter is easy
  • Stainless steel build gives both the filter and the chimney good durability
  • It has a suction power of 1000m3/hr. ideal for small and medium kitchens
  • You get 3-speed controls
  • There are 2 LED lights for additional lighting
  • Speed, lights etc. can be easily adjusted using the push buttons
  • Motor comes with overheat protection for dealing with fluctuations
  • Wires and housing are made of Flame Retard Plastic for safe operation and durability
  • This also makes the chimneyless noisy

Cons

  • Works efficiently only in smaller kitchens
  • Does not have an auto-clean option
  • Poor customer service

How to Buy the Right Kitchen Chimney in India?

A good chimney not just helps you keep your kitchen clean but also free of pollutants that come with smoke and fumes during cooking. So here is everything you need to know about buying the best electric chimney in India. From types of chimneys to the must-have features, we have covered it all.

Types of Chimneys

Chimneys are of 2 types, Ductless and Ducting.

Ductless Chimney

These chimneys come with a fan or blower that sucks in the polluted air in and around the kitchen and passes it through carbon filters. This rids the air of any odor, cooking heat, smoke etc. and then releases it back into the kitchen so you get a fresher, cleaner air to breathe.

Ducting Chimneys

These are the most common types of chimneys found in a household. Here too the air passed through mesh or baffle filters which rid the air of any oil, odor, smoke etc. but rather than releasing the air back into the kitchen, it released outside via a PVC pipe or outlet.

These are more expensive since installation is tougher and maintaining them can be time-consuming but they also have greater suction power and are more efficient.

Ducting Vs Ductless Chimneys

Below is a brief comparison of the two types based on various parameters.

Pricing

With ductless chimneys, the installation cost is minimal since there is no need for ducts on the outside so air can escape freely.

Filters

Ductless chimneys come with carbon filters whereas the ducting chimneys often have either a wired mesh baffle filters (details about filters below).

Suction

Duct chimneys are more likely to give you a smoke-free kitchen since they have a higher suction power than ductless chimneys.

Efficiency

Ducting chimneys are the most efficient because these chimneys use 25-30% less energy. This mainly happens because these chimneys circulate air back into the home rather than letting it out.

Maintenance

Ducting chimneys are easy to maintain because in ductless chimneys the filter needs to be changed on a regular basis.

Types of filters

As you already know, there are 3 types of filters in kitchen chimneys.

Mesh Filters

To capture the soot, odor, dust etc. these filters come with multiple layers of aluminum or stainless steel meshes and while they are cheaper, there are downsides of using them as well.

The filters reduce the suction power of the chimney due to the multiple layers and also are the most tedious of filters as they need regular cleaning. Now, you can either do it at home by yourself or have an agency do it for you on a regular basis but that will cost you extra.

Baffle Filter

This is the most commonly used filter in chimneys in India and is an upgrade over the mesh filter because they are comparatively, the better cleaners due to the multiple curve design which traps in the grease and oil more effectively.

Apart from that, these filters are low maintenance filters since they need to be washed once every 4-5 months. There are also detachable baffle filters that are easier to clean and be done without the help of an expert.

Carbon Filters

If you use a purifier or have read our post on the best water filter in India, you will know these filters are usually used in water purifiers. Charcoal granules are used to capture odor from the air and is compatible with both ductless and ducting chimneys.

Plus, these filters are also low-maintenance filters and need to be changed only once in 5-6 months.

Types of Chimney Designs Available

From duct to the design, this factor is often decided by the space in the kitchen and budget and there are again 3 types of designs that are most popular.

Wall Mounted Chimneys

One of the reasons why these chimneys are so widely used in India kitchens is because most countertops are constructed alongside a wall and come with no cabinet over the mount. These chimneys are available as both ductless and ducting chimneys.

Straight Line Chimneys

These chimneys are well-known for their compact build which makes them suitable for kitchens with small space.

They are placed right over the gas stove and have ample suction power to suck in smoke and odor from all ends of the kitchen.

Another benefit of using such chimneys is that you get additional storage space for some pots and pans over the chimney as these are ductless chimneys.

Auto-Clean Chimneys

Well, while these chimneys do not self-clean, the reason they are known as auto-clean chimneys is that they can maintain cleaner body parts than other chimneys reducing the labor work involved in cleaning it. So how they manage that?

This is possible because these chimneys store the oil and grease in a separate compartment which can be easily removed and emptied out when need be. This, in turn, increases suction and saves to tons of time and effort.

Chimney Size

The size of the chimney will vary as per the number of burners. In case you use a 2-3 burner stove, I would suggest going for smaller and compact 60cm chimney while a 90cm chimney is ideal for a 5 burner stove.

The most important thing to keep in mind is that the chimney should be placed about the right height from the stove which is between 26cm to 30cm at the most. Place it too far and it won’t have the suction you want and place to too close and there is a risk of it catching fire.

Another thing to keep in mind is that the chimney should never be smaller than the stove for efficient functioning.

Suction

The suction power is one of the most important factors in a chimney, after all, this what decides how well a chimney is going to clean.

For standard 2-3bhk rooms a suction between 1000m3/hr. to 1200m3/hr. should be ample suction power. For smaller homes a suction between 500m3/hr. to 700m3/hr. is aplenty.

Speed Settings

A chimney with speed control gives you greater power over the suction. As a general rule, a chimney should give you at least 2-3 speed settings. Higher speed for when you are cooking and lower speed to clear out the leftover smoke and odor once you are done with the cooking.

This speed control also helps control the noise. At a lower speed, chimneys will be much less noisy which is way better than having a chimney run at the same speed producing the same level of noise throughout the cooking.

Cleaning

The better the maintenance of your chimney the more likely it is to last longer. After all, a chimney is going to be loaded with all the smoke, debris, oil etc. which makes cleaning it a must.

As you already know, most chimneys come with an auto-clean feature that definitely takes the pain out of cleaning a chimney but there is more than you can look for like detachable filters etc.

But if you are not in the DIY mood, you can always hire a guy to get the cleaning work done for you but keep in mind, it can be expensive in the long run.

Other Features

Alarm: The alarm activates when the filter or the other parts of the chimney require cleaning so you are not left guessing about it or worse, completely forget about it.

Diagnostics: This light notifies the user about any problem with the chimney so you can get repairs done in time through an expert.

Push Buttons or Touch panel: Some chimneys come with push buttons to adjust the speed of the fan, light, on/off etc. whereas some chimneys have a touch panel. Though the touch panels make adjustments easy, any problem with the panel makes repairs expensive.

Removable Oil Container: The removable oil container collects all the oil and can be detached for cleaning once it is full.

Heat Sensor: This feature is responsible for the safety of your chimney in case it ever overheats.

LED Lights: The high-end models also come with an LED light which makes cooking easier by giving you additional light when need be. These lights are highly energy efficient and thus do not impact the electricity bills either even when used regularly.


Frequently Asked Question

What are the best chimney brands in India

Here are the top-rated chimney brands for Indians

  1. Eric
  2. Faber
  3. Hindware
  4. Eurodmo
  5. Glenn
  6. Seavy
  7. Bosch
  8. Prestige
  9. Sunflame
  10. Nyka

How do I choose a Chimney Size?

60cm and 90cm are the two sizes you will usually come across in the India market. Deciding between the two comes down to your stove size. If you have a stove with 3-4 burners then a 60cm chimney is just the perfect size.

But if you use a larger stove, let’s say a 5 burner stove then you will want to go with a 90cm chimney.

Keep in mind that the goal is to get a chimney that covers the entire stovetop so it can efficiently grab the smoke and smell to keep your kitchen fresh.

Which filter is best for a chimney?

You can either opt for carbon filter that uses charcoal granules for absorbing the smoke etc. or baffle filters.

Both of these filters are equally effective when it comes to cleaning and more importantly, are easier to maintain since these need to be cleaned only once in 5-6 months.

On the durability front, the baffle filters are top-notch and built to last for years as they are made of stainless steel.

Also, they help curb the noise as compared to mesh or charcoal filters. So in short, the baffle filters are hands down the best filters for any chimney.

What should be the suction power of a chimney?

The suction power of the chimney depends on the size of the kitchen and your home. If you happen to have a large kitchen and home then a suction power of about 1200m3/hr. or more is ideal.

For moderate to small kitchens up to 1000m3/hr. should serve you well.

The suction power is measure in m3/hr. which stands for cubic meter per hour.

Conclusion

Kitchens are often one of the smallest spaces in the house or often lack the required ventilation which makes having the right chimney a necessity.

And with our buyer’s guide to help you out at every step, we are sure you can find a deal that will suit both your kitchen and your budget. After all, you deserve the very best.

In case you have more queries or have a chimney you have used and love, do write to us in the comments below and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

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