Bet­ter than ever

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NOTH­ING beats home-cooked Asian dishes, but these dishes can lead to a greasy kitchen and the smoke from the stove­top of­ten trav­els to the rest of the house. To min­imise the mess, Rin­nai has de­vel­oped a cooker hood that is stur­dier and eas­ier to clean – the RH-C809-GB 90cm chim­ney hood prom­ises a more pow­er­ful ex­trac­tion hood that pro­motes bet­ter ven­ti­la­tion, air re­cir­cu­la­tion and a bet­ter stor­age of ex­tracted oil.

The cooker hood mo­tor op­er­ates at 400 Watts (W), which com­pared with the con­ven­tional 220W to 260W is the most pow­er­ful in its se­ries. Also, un­like most mo­tors that are made from plas­tic, this model is built from alu­minium. The higher pow­ered and stur­dier ma­te­rial helps cre­ate stronger spins as well as a more driven wind vol­ume for bet­ter suc­tion power. The four-speed set­ting pro­vides more pre­cise con­trol.

Rin­nai has also armed the cooker hood with ex­tra pro­tec­tion against grease – the “de­lay” func­tion con­tin­ues to ex­tract the cook­ing fumes for 15 min­utes af­ter be­ing turned off. Rin­nai has equipped the RH-C809GB model with bet­ter and eas­ier-to-use baf­fle fil­ters. The de­sign, sim­i­lar to combs lined up­side down and in­ter­chang­ing with each other, traps oil-filled air trav­el­ling up­wards and pushes the grease down­wards on to the metal blades at the bot­tom.

Rin­nai Mar­ket­ing Man­ager, Jean Se says that with baf­fle fil­ters, the grease stays on the tray in­stead of stick­ing to the mesh, “Baf­fle fil­ters pro­duce less noise and don’t need to be cleaned as reg­u­larly as mesh ones, so it’s eas­ier to main­tain. Since they are usu­ally made of alu­minium or stain­less steel, you can just put them in the dish­washer.”

As some home cooks have com­mented on how baf­fle fil­ters need to be un­screwed at the edges while be­ing re­trieved for clean­ing, Rin­nai has built the fil­ters us­ing hooks in­stead of screws and has also done away with screws for the baf­fle fil­ter – hinges are used to at­tach the fil­ters to each other in­stead. There is also larger stor­age for the ab­sorbed grease as Rin­nai has in­stalled a sleeker, thicker and elon­gated oil bar that runs along the en­tire hood. It doesn’t just look bet­ter – it de­creases the times you’ll have to empty the oil as well as clean­ing the oil bar. This com­pan­ion isn’t just help­ing with keep­ing your kitchen clean – the LED light bar gives you a clearer view of what you’re cook­ing in a dark kitchen. The sleek style of the cooker hood also fea­tures a sen­sor touch con­trol for ease of use – all you need to do is swipe.

Over 40 years in Malaysian house­holds: From one gen­er­a­tion to the next, Rin­nai strives to win the hearts of Malaysian cooks with its en­vi­ron­ment-friendly and durable kitchen ap­pli­ances. To help you keep up with the life­style and de­mands of an ever-chang­ing so­ci­ety, its prod­ucts aim to save you time and en­ergy while pro­duc­ing qual­ity food. Founded in Ja­pan in 1920, Rin­nai was es­tab­lished in Malaysia in 1973. It now has sub­sidiaries and man­u­fac­tur­ing com­pa­nies in Ja­pan, Tai­wan, South Korea, Viet­nam, In­done­sia, Thai­land and more. Its over­seas net­work con­sists of man­u­fac­tur­ing and mar­ket­ing com­pa­nies in 10 coun­tries and sales com­pa­nies in seven na­tions.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.rin­nai. or call 1800 888 180.

Rin­nai has de­vel­oped a cooker hood that is stur­dier and eas­ier to clean – the RH-C809-GB 90cm chim­ney hood.

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