Cherelle Fournier Cooktops February 19, 2019 08:14:29
I don`t know about you, but the second scenario is much more appealing to me. This exact scenario could play out in your house if you owned a magnetic induction cooktop. You would never again have to worry about you or your kids accidentally touching the cooktop and getting burned. This is a reality for many people that are confined to wheel chairs as well. Magnetic induction cooktops are the fastest-heating cooktops that you will find. When you turn on your magnetic induction cooktop, electricity passes through the magnetic elements under the cooktop`s surface. When this happens, a magnetic field of energy forms that then heats up the pan that is sitting on the cooktop. Induction isn`t new but it isn`t widely used right now. Restaurants and cooking schools are starting to make the switch to this type of heat and it is a top seller for industry leaders like Gaggenau, Kenmore, and Viking.
Induction cooking does require special cookware which can easily be purchased if you don`t already own some. Stainless steel and cast iron are two examples of induction cookware. As a general rule, if a magnet sticks to the bottom of the pot or pan in can be used on an induction cooktop. The bottom of the pan should be at least four inches in diameter to operate properly on most induction cooktops, including the Duxtop Induction Cooktop. The Sensor touch cooktop provides a truly enjoyable cooking experience with its convenient, simple operation. With only the touch of your fingertip to the control panel you can make any changes to your cooking. No more stickers peeling off, corners rolling up, or unsightly appearance after just a few months of use that you often see with sticker control panels. The Sensor touch is durable and steady for years of use and cleaning. The sleek, elegant design makes the induction cooktop a welcome addition to any kitchen. For quick, precise cooking, you can`t go wrong with Duxtop Induction Cooktop 8300ST.