• Electronic sensitive / Slim
• Booster Max 3000 W
• Black mirror metallic glass with beveled edges
• 3 instant Direct access levels per zone (power MIN/MED/MAX)
• 4 boosters
• 4 timers (1 per zone) of 99 minutes each
• Memo recipe function
• Child Security Function
• 15 cooking levels with digital display
• Total output of the table: 7200 W
• 10 security levels
• Vitroceramic glass top
Induction:An electronic generator powers a coil located inside the appliance. This coil creates a magnetic field, so that when the pan/pot is placed on the hob, it is permeated by the induction current. These currents make the pan/pot into a real heat transmitter, while the glass ceramic hob remains cold.
This system is designed for use with magnetic-bottomed pots/pans.
Put simply, induction technology has two main advantages:
-as heat is emitted only by the pan, heat is maintained at its max level & cooking takes place without any heat loss.
- there is no thermal inertia, as cooking automatically starts when the pan is placed on the hob and stops when it is removed.
Hob cookware advice:
- always use good quality cookware with perfectly flat and thick bases, preventing hot spots that causes food to stick. Thick metal pots/pans, will provide an even distribution of heat.
- ensure that the base of the pot/pan is dry, this will help avoid staining of the hob.
- use pans whose diameter is wide enough to completely cover the surface unit, the size of the pan should not be smaller than the heating area, if it is slightly wider the energy will be used at its maximum efficiency.
The following information will help you select the cookware best adapted to obtain good results:
- cookware with the induction label/mark (apply a magnet on the bottom of the pan, it must stick)
- stainless steel – non detectable, expect stainless steel ferromagnetic.
- aluminium – non detectable
- cast iron – good performance
- enamelled steel – good performance
- glass – non detectable
- porcelain – non detectable
- copper bottom – non detectable