What size hood should I get for a 30 inch range?

For example, for a 30” range, a 36” hood is ideal. Then, subtract 2” and you get 34”. So a 34” hood insert or larger is a great fit for a 30” range. For outdoor applications, go with an insert two sizes larger than your range.

How many CFM do I need for 30 electric range?

250 CFM
A range hood fan should move a minimum of 100 CFM of air for every 12 inches of stove width. This means that if you have a stove that is 30 inches wide then you need a range hood with a fan that rotates at least 250 CFM of air.

What is the most reliable range hood?

Best Overall, Wall Mount: Viking RVCH336SS 36-Inch Wall Mount Convertible Chimney Range Hood.

  • Best Overall, Under Cabinet: Hauslane UC-PS38SS 30-Inch Ducted Stainless Steel Under Cabinet Range Hood.
  • Best Budget: Cavaliere SV218B2-30 30-Inch Convertible Wall Mount Range Hood.
  • How many Sones is a quiet range hood?

    four to five sones
    How many sones is a quiet range hood? A quiet range hood is about four to five sones, or about 50 dB at max speed. Lower speeds on quiet hoods can get down to just one sone! Most hoods range between seven and nine sones, depending on the quality of the materials and CFM.

    Is higher CFM better for range hood?

    For high-output gas ranges or cooktops, the minimum rate of 1 CFM of ventilation per 100 British thermal units (BTU) is recommended. For example, if your high-output burner output is 45,000 BTU, look for a range hood that provides 450 CFM to best clear the air. However, the higher the CFM, the louder the hood will be.

    Is 400 CFM range hood enough?

    To power your range hood, you need at least 100 CFM for every 10,000 BTUs of your stovetop. For example, a 100,000 BTU stove needs at least a 1000 CFM range hood. For electric stoves, multiply the stove width by 10. So, for a 42” electric stove you want a range hood with at least 420 CFM.

    How many sones is a quiet range hood?

    What CFM range hood for gas stove?

    For gas cooking surfaces or range, a minimum ventilation level of 100 CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) per 10,000 BTU is recommended. However, the hood must have a minimum of 500 CFM of ventilation power.