Induction Cookers

New induction cooktop from Fisher & Paykel

The new 36″ wide induction cooktop from Fisher & Paykel is the frameless, SCHOTT CERAN glass ceramic cooktop with unique touch controls and 5 cooking zones, each with PowerBoost function for an instant intense heat. The versatile CI365DTB1 cooktop also has GentleHeat function, a very low simmer temperature ideal for delicate cooking tasks, and Auto Heat Reduce which promptly brings the pot to a temperature before automatically reducing to a predetermined lower temperature.

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The cooking zones of this Fisher & Paykel induction cooktop have plenty of power and are engineered to provide utmost flexibility and performance,
– 2.4 kW center zone with 3.7 kW boost
– 2.3 kW rear left zone with 3.2 kW boost
– 1.4 kW front left zone with 1.8 kW boost
– 1.9 kW rear right zone with 2.5 kW boost
– 1.9 kW front right zone with 2.5 kW boost
Other features include individual cooking zone controls, minute timer, surface hot indicators, safety lock, spillage auto-off, pan detection system, and 8 heat settings. Fisher & Paykel.

Whirlpool gas cooktops with Ixelium steel surfaces

Available in 90cm, 75cm and 60cm wide models, the new Ixelium steel Whirlpool gas cooktops will keep their good looks forever while making abrasions and scratches from cleaning a thing of the past. Ixelium is a new and revolutionary steel, fruit of the application of nanotechnology, which is extremely easy to clean. It also makes cooking surfaces more brilliant and resistant, immune to the signs of everyday use, for the satisfaction of those who live in the kitchen every day.

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These Whirlpool gas cooktops were designed with the goal to meet and exceed the evolving needs of modern consumers. Indeed, the difficulty of cleaning the stoves, ovens and cooktops is one of the main considerations at the time of purchase and the activity that requires more time in the kitchen, especially in Italy where the gas hobs are widely used. It is also one of the main reasons consumers are getting quickly dissatisfied with their appliances.

Ixelium steel surface is resistant to chemical and mechanical abuse and will keep original quality and the natural shine forever. Above all, it is extremely easy to clean. Whirlpool conducted several tests to quantify Ixelium resistance, including against corrosion, high temperature and scratching.

Induction hob from Electrolux

The 80cm wide EHD80170P is sleek induction hob by Electrolux, featuring 4 induction zones with touch controls and individual zone timers. The extra large induction zone makes it very user-friendly and there is a useful booster setting for fast cooking. The auto heat up brings food to the boil and automatically reduces it to a preselected level for ease of use. Fast and safe, the induction hob uses an electromagnetic coil beneath the cooking zones to create an induction field which heats the metal pan on the hob. As heat is not used, the hob itself never gets hot, only the pan.

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The benefits of induction cooking are many, such as instant heat and unrivalled speed with water reaching boiling temperature 3 times quicker. Induction hob is also highly responsive and can move from low to high temperature very quickly. And it is safer, energy efficient and is easy to clean as nothing bakes on.

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Additional main benefits and features of this 80cm induction hob include,
– front touch controls for precise control and ease of use
– Stop + Go function, great for unexpected interruptions
– Auto Heat up for easy zone management
– timers per zone for easy time management
– extra large induction zone
– child safety lock
The black glass induction hob from Electrolux will be available from May 2010 and is expected to retail for £650.

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