SM Homeworld and Rinnai: why the flame makes all the difference
Updated July 31, 2010 – 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines – Rinnai, the leader in Japanese gas appliances, brings the latest innovations in tabletop cookware to Manila with its new line at SM Homeworld.
Established in 1920, Rinnai enjoys a leading position in the industry with its high quality tabletop cookware and gas stoves. It has a range of burners to match one’s cooking style and uses advanced burner technology that produces a more efficient blue flame and saves on gas.
“When a burner’s flame is blue, that means it is clean,” says Chef Roland Laudico. “It gives out a hotter, higher temperature, making it cost and energy efficient.”
And the flame makes all the difference. The flame of each Rinnai stoves stands strong against the wind, and does not extinguish even at a three miles per second wind. It does not also die out when soups and liquids overflow while cooking. This is made possible by a specially designed burner head cap that protects the flame from overflowing.
Rinnai stoves are sturdy and durable enough to carry a 50 kilogram weight load per burner, making it perfect for home, outdoor cooking, catering, and restaurant use.
Going the green way, Rinnai tabletops are also energy efficient: both its Small and Big Burners have a low CO gas emission, and a heat efficiency that’s better than the Japanese Industrial Standard. The company has also obtained both the ISO 9001, the International Standard for Quality Control; and the ISO 14001, the International Standard for the Environmental Management System.