Induction Hobs saves electricity because they are energy efficient
Within a few seconds start to fry your food
They are convenient, because they are light and small but durable and can be transported easily.
Induction hobs heats faster and more energy efficient than other electrical hobs. Heat is only generated in the cookware in contact with the surface of the hob top and the induction effect does not heat the air around the cookware. Hence, no heat is generated not being used for the cooking process and this saves electricity. The cooktop surface stays cool and only takes heat from the pot standing on top of it.
With a 1.8 KW induction cooker, it takes about three minutes to boil a litre of water, compared to a gas stove which takes about seven minutes to complete the same duty. Frying with little oil in a pan can commence within seconds due to the rapid heating after turning on the cooktop. Generally, Induction cooktops are 25% - 50% faster and distribute heat more evenly than radiant stove tops and they offer quick, fine temperature adjustment.
Portable Induction Hobs are light and small, cool and durable, easily to transport. This makes them ideal to use in smaller apartments, student rooms, domestic quarters, barbecue rooms and camping. With the set-and-forget timer function you can cook porridge or stews and it will keep the temperature at the configured levels and switch off when the time limit is reached.
Other electrical hobs first have to warm the hob's surface, then transfer this heat from the surface to the cookware. In contrast the Induction Hob generates the heat directly in the cookware itself by using induction technology. This is very efficient since no energy is lost by transferring heat from the hob's surface to the cookware surface or to air around the cookware. Induction hobs therefore heats faster and are more energy efficient. Another benefit is that the hob's surface remain cool, it is only the area beneath the cookware that attracts heat.
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