Induction cooktop buying guide

Induction cooktop buying guide

The installation of induction cooktops is a growing trend, with many people looking to reduce their ecological footprint by making the switch to this efficient, low energy cooking method.

Induction cooktops are being introduced in Australian homes at a rapid rate. Use this guide to find out all you need about the Induction cooking method then click on the link below to make your purchase.

HOW DOES INDUCTION COOKING WORK?

The induction cooktop applies an alternating electric current to a coil of copper wire under the cooking pot which repeatedly magnetises the pot. This produces large eddy currents in the pot which, because of the resistance of the pot, heats it.

OUTDOOR COOKING

The portable induction cooktop offers safe, eco friendly cooking that can be taken camping or used for cooking for one. With its low heat cooking the portable induction cooktop is safe to use at low heights and around children and pets.

TOP BENEFITS OF INDUCTION COOKING

QUICK COOKING

Induction elements directly heat the cookware, resulting in a very rapid increase in temperature, in contrast to gas or electric stovetops which transfer heat from the element to the pan.

COOL COOKING

As the induction cooktop barely heats up, your kitchen stays cool saving you money on electricity and cooling.

SAFE COOKING

Safety is another benefit of using an induction cooktop. The cool elements reduce risk of fire and have no danger of emissions.

CLEAN COOKING

Without excessive heat, food that spills on the element will not caramelize or burn, making it easy to wipe away. The flat surface is simple to sponge clean, without worrying about small parts and awkward elements.

Choose your portable induction cooktop from the Kitchen Warehouse range, and let our expert staff assist you with induction cookware to match.

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