Types Of Kitchen Chimney Filter, Size, Suction Power

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 The kitchen is the most usable part of a house. And this vital part of every home is incomplete without a kitchen chimney.

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 1. Wall-mounted chimneys are mounted next to the wall and can cook as long as they attach to the walls.

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 2. Centralized/Island Chimneys:
 the kitchen fchimney is hung from the ceiling above the cooktop.

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3. Integrated Chimneys
 
chimney operates toward the wall and places inside the clumsy furniture of the kitchen. 

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 4. Corner Chimneys
This kind of chimney arranges in the corner of the kitchen where the stove is situated against the wall.

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 Filter types of chimney:
the filter and suction power depends on the chimney penetration capacity.

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 Mesh/cassette filter:
chimneys beget various layers of aluminum or stainless steel mesh to handle dense jots while not let the smoke pass over.

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 Baffle filter:
The baffle is the stream control board. The board consists of multiple bows through which air moves 

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 between the cycle boards and contains grease and oil scraps.

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 Carbon charcoal filter:
Exactly as you have carbon filters in your home water purifiers, you can have these filters in your chimneys as well. 

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