Induction cooktop provides 50% faster heating as compared to LPG Gas stoves. They are also extremely energy efficient and consume less power thereby making them more cost efficient than gas stoves.
Induction Cooktops ensure savings of up to 40% as compared to conventional cooking methods. It ensures greater energy efficiency, faster cooking time and also lesser power consumption.
Also adding further, Induction cooktop uses 90% of the energy produced compared to only 55% in an LPG gas burner and 65% for traditional electric cooking ranges.
Yes, Induction cooktops heat faster than traditional gas stoves. For instance – Compared to a gas cooktop (13 3/4 minutes), induction cooktops offer the fastest time to boil; 1.5 gallons of water will boil in as little as 8 1/2 minutes.
Soyer Induction cooktops – IN series shall not function if there is no vessel placed on the surface. The automated alarm shall notify the user even when the vessel placed is not compatible to the cooktop. If the voltage is lower than 140V or higher than 270V, the cook top will also shut off immediately. It shall shut off immediately if the heat sensing device inside the cook top is damaged.
All these errors shall be notified through the LED display screen and alarms.
Yes, we can cook Indian food – There are several preset menu options, which enables you to select the right option suiting your requirement.
Yes. In order to create the magnetic field and heat the cookware, the bottom of the cookware must have some iron content. The best way to determine whether a pan will work is with a magnet. If the magnet sticks to the bottom, the cookware will work on an induction cooktop.
Induction cooktop technology only heats the area that comes in contact with the magnetic or iron-content cookware, leaving the un-used portion of the element unheated.
Yes. Since the unused portion of the cooktop remains relatively cool because it is unheated, most spillovers will not cook onto the surface. Plus, the electronic cooktop controls are glass touch controls, instead of knobs, for easy cleanability.
Spills and splatters wipe off with a damp cloth or sponge.
No. Induction cookers are perfectly safe. They only produce an electromagnetic field when cookware is placed on the hob and even then the field is only produced a few centimeters around the bottom of the pan.
Everything that can be cooked on a normal gas stove can be cooked on Induction cooktops except items, which are prepared on the direct flame. (Eg. You cannot prepare roasted papad.)