The SINDA lines of handcrafted copper range hoods are relatively new to the field hood market. By all accounts, their craftsmanship is first-class, their looks are hard to beat, and their performances are satisfactory.
The SINDA H3 Hammered Copper Range Hood that we have here today is one of the brand’s best series for both wall-mounting and island-mounting. They are built by seasoned artisans, finetuned with advanced technology, and made of premium materials.
This top-of-the-line custom range hood not only adds immediate style and rustic elegance to the kitchen, but they are also capable and customizable.
Copper Range Hood Review: Best Features
Constructed from 16-gauge pure virgin copper, which translates to 99.9% of the content, and finished with an anti-tarnishing lacquer coating, the hood has both aesthetic and functional appeal.
This beautifully crafted hood adds a warm, pleasant hue and unmatched elegance to your kitchen. The range hood comes in three different shades of copper, including Natural, Antique, and Oil Rubbed Bronze.
The exterior flaunts a smooth, brushed surface, with hand-hammered ornamental details for a visual focal pull and patterns of natural patina for an overall antique feel.
Multiple Sizing Options
The SINDA H3 Copper Hood models come in 30, 36, 42, and 48 inches in width. Remember that your hood should not be smaller than your cooktop, nor should it be two sizes bigger (a 42-inch range to a 30-inch top, for example).
The H3 has multiple height sizings for different kitchen dimensions, too. You can choose among 27, 30, 36, 39, 42, and 48 inches. You can also request a custom height that fits your kitchen. The company also takes requests to make chimney cover.
Basically, if you need something made to get the look of the hood just right, chances are SINDA can make it for you.
These SINDA copper range hoods are ducted by default and come with centrifugal blowers that have adapted powers, depending on the size you’re choosing. For 30- and 36-inch units, the fan can extract 610 cubic feet of air per minute (CFM); if it’s a 42- or a 48-inch, as much as 960 CFM at peak.
There are also options for a circulating ductless setting or a remote blower. Both are available for custom requests.
Easy to Maintain
The copper hood is brushed and sealed with a clear lacquer to prevent oxidization and tarnishing. To clean the hood, use a mild soapy mixture and a soft cloth to wipe it down. Corrosive cleaners, abrasive materials, or harsh chemicals will damage the lacquer finish so you should avoid them.
The permanent stainless steel baffle degreasers are dishwasher-safe. You can clean and reuse them indefinitely.
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Article by: Luna Regina https://healthykitchen101.com/