Induction Hob: The big Guide

by Julian F. Marketing Expert
Induction Hobs have been produced for more than 40 years and today is not to be imagined from any professional kitchen. The plates are generally made of glass ceramic, mostly by SCHOTT. These ceramic panels are particularly energy-saving and are extremely easy to clean. Induction Hobs not only makes a lot of technical but also visual appearance. They look extremely classy and therefore fit perfectly to the kitchen. Normal cooking plates, which are now somewhat dated, would not look beautiful in a modern kitchen. As far as energy consumption is concerned, ceramic panels save up to 25% of the energy compared to ordinary plates as everyone knows. Most ceramic kitchens are equipped with 2 large and 2 small cooking zones. This saves additional energy because the smaller plates have 1200Watt for some ceramic panels, while the large panels have 2100 watts. Therefore, if you use small cooking pans on large plates, do not cook energy-saving.

How does a ceran field work?

The properties of the often used glass are utilized by a ceramic hob. Glass is used in many areas. And this has its reason. Thanks to its positive thermal properties, glass and especially glass ceramics allow the heat to pass through perfectly. In this way, the exiting heat reaches the cooking pot optimally. Since the heat conduction is lost, the zones next to the individual cooking zones remain almost completely cold. This has the advantage that the danger of burning is drastically reduced. The health aspect is particularly important here. The cooking field is heated by spirals. These spirals heat up within a very short time, since they are directly below the surface. The heating coil is active, you can see that it turns red within a few seconds. If this no longer turns red, this is a clear indication that the ceran field is defective. A further advantage of the spirals is that the transfer takes place almost without heat loss. This is due inter alia to the fact that the spirals are directly below the glass ceramic surface.

The Ceran field test - self-sufficient or not self-sufficient?

In many articles, including many in Induction Hob test reports, the speech is self-sufficient. Autarchic ceramic hob units are equipped with their own controls and can be easily integrated into almost every kitchen line - provided the dimensions are correct. This should not be a problem, however, since most ceramic hob panels have standard dimensions. Therefore, if you need a new ceramic hob, but want to keep the old stove, it is possible to operate both units separately. Also differentherum is possible. If you would like to buy a new oven, you can simply install the ceramic hob in that it is self-sufficient since it can be operated independently.

On the other hand, non-self-sufficient ceran hob fields. (In a Iduction Hob test and our ranking, only self-sufficient ceramic panels were used). These appliances can only be combined with a few special ovens. Mostly only from the same manufacturer. If you already have an oven, you should pay attention, then the ceramic hob also fits the oven. Often one saves the effort by buying both elements as a combination. In this case, not only is the coordination effort reduced, but also a lot of money can be saved here. To read more, visit:

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