Cherelle Fournier Cooktops February 28, 2019 09:49:23
Many of the reasons people use gas stovetops can also be found in induction cooktops. An induction cooktop heats food by generating an electromagnetic field when a piece of induction cookware, such as cast iron or stainless steel, is placed on the cooktop. The cooktop creates heat in the cookware which then heats the food. The cooktop stays cool except where the cookware is sitting, even if turned "on". Gas cooktop proponents generally tout the fact that the heat can be turned off instantly with no lingering heat and cooking temperatures can be regulated easier because no time to reduce or increase heat is necessary. Opponents of gas talk of the small leaks of gas into the house, the open flame, and greater potential for fire.
Well, an electric induction cooktop has the same benefits of a gas cooktop, without the disadvantages and in an easier to use design. With cooktops, heat can be regulated instantly, cut off without lingering heat, and you can even use the built in timer for precisely timed cooking. No excess heat is released into the room from the cooktops. The Duxtop 8300 ST, sensor touch cooktop, has power modes, temperature modes, and a 170 minute automatic timer for the most precise cooking all of which can be adjusted with the soft touch of your finger to the control panel. It is the only sensor touch model available on the market today. It generates 1800 watts of power making it one of the most powerful models on the market. At power level 7, or 1800 watts, a pot of water can be brought to boiling in almost no time. Oil for stir-fry is hot in just seconds.