When cooking in the kitchen, smoke and oil fumes often cause trouble. Not only does it affect the air quality in the kitchen, but it also poses a threat to our health. How to solve this problem? The answer is the smoke exhaust hood. As an important equipment in modern kitchens, smoke exhaust hoods have a powerful smoking effect, which can effectively reduce smoke and oil fumes, making the kitchen more fresh and healthy.
The main function of smoke exhaust hood is to smoke and gather smoke. It can quickly absorb the smoke and oil fumes generated during the cooking process, avoiding spreading to other areas in the kitchen. At the same time, the smoke exhaust hood can also concentrate smoke and oil fumes together, making it convenient for us to clean. In home kitchens, smoke exhaust hoods have become one of the essential equipment.
However, there are a wide variety of smoke exhaust hoods on the market, with varying quality. How to choose a high-performance and suitable smoke exhaust hood? Firstly, we need to pay attention to the manufacturing process of smoke exhaust hoods. High quality smoke exhaust hoods are usually made of stainless steel, which is corrosion-resistant and easy to clean. Secondly, we need to pay attention to the suction volume and noise of the smoke exhaust hood. The greater the air intake, the better the smoking effect. But at the same time, the noise will also increase accordingly. Therefore, when choosing a smoke exhaust hood, we need to balance the air intake and noise.
In addition to the production process and suction volume, we also need to pay attention to the function and usage method of the smoke exhaust hood. Some smoke exhaust hoods have intelligent control functions, which can automatically adjust the suction air volume based on the amount of oil smoke, making them more convenient and practical. In addition, the installation position and usage method of the smoke exhaust hood can also affect its smoking effect. Generally speaking, smoke exhaust hoods should be installed directly above the stove to ensure full coverage of smoke and oil fumes generated by the stove.