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Commercial Appliances: Induction Appliances by DIPO

These Electric Induction Cooktops are safe and convenient with the advantage of quick and easy cleanup. Induction cooktops have the ability to boil water faster than gas or radiant cooktops, with the advantage of quick and easy cleanup. Induction cooking is the best option for cookware made out magnetic material and flat bottoms. Induction cooking only heats the area that comes into contact with cookware, the induction cooktop surface not covered by cookware remains cool to the touch.

Select from our portable, drop-in, counter-top or free standing models for home or business use. Options such as optional external temperature probes and integrated or separated temperature controls make it easy to install our induction cooktops in new or existing kitchens. Simple clean design, easy to operate.

Portable Induction Cooktops A portable induction cooktop is great for entertaining, for outdoor parties or in the kitchen as an extra cooking zone. Great for home or business use with precise time and temp control for delicate jobs such as melting chocolate. Drop-in Induction Cooktops These compact induction cooktops let you customize your cooking space by fitting easily into your countertop. Available with integrated or separate temperature controls. Drop-in units work the same as our other induction cooktops but designed to provide a seamless appearance with your kitchen counter top.
Counter-top / Free Standing Induction Cooktops Sophisticated design, complete your stylish kitchen with these Easy to install induction cooktops, plugging in is all you need to do! Great for big jobs where large diameter pots will be used. Easy to clean and store. Induction Food Warmers Food Warmers keep prepared foods from drying out or burning by maintaining safe temperatures at a continuous level. Just as any other induction appliance, Induction Food Warmers are cool to the touch, easy to clean and get to the required temperature a lot faster than regular food warmers. Induction cookware is required to operate.
 
Induction Griddles A simple and clean Griddle design that is easy to operate with fast recovery time. Think of a griddle as a large skillet that allows you to cook more than one item at a time, therefore you can cook a whole meal in just one surface instead of multiple pans.  

What is Induction Cooking and its benefits?

Induction cooktops work by using an electromagnetic field to heat the cookware. An induction cooktop appliance is faster and more energy-efficient than a traditional electric cooking surface or gas stove/range. Over 90% thermal efficiency brings instant high temperature and allows instant control of cooking energy similar to gas burners.

Safety - Induction cooking appliances are free from burning accidents as the cooktop itself barely gets warm! Energy is transferred only to magnetic materials such as iron which means that you can turn an induction cooktop to its "maximum" setting and place your hand over it without burning.

To further show how this works, see the two images below, in the left image you can see a pot and ice on the same burner and while the pot is boiling water the ice is not melting. In the right image you can see a similar scenario where an egg does not cook unless it's placed on the iron frying pan.

Induction Cooking Sample
Induction Cooking Sample

A cooktop that is -Cool the the touch- is simply the best way to avoid burned fingers or hands, specially when used in homes with small children.

Cleaning - Due to the fact that induction appliances remain cool to the touch even when in use, it makes cleaning a breeze. No more spillovers being cooked on the surface or waiting to clean your cooktop. Simply remove any spills and splatters with a damp cloth or sponge as soon as you remove the cooking vessel from the cooktop.

Cooking Vessels - The most important part about switching to an induction appliance is to have the correct cooking vessel to use it. In order to create the magnetic field and heat the cookware, the bottom of the cookware must have some iron content, for example stainless steel 18-10, 18-8, 18-0, cast-iron ware or porcelain enamel ware. The best way to determine whether a pan will work is with a magnet. If the magnet sticks to the bottom, the cookware will work on an induction cooktop.

Cookware that cannot be used for induction cooking is glass, copper, aluminum, 100% stainless steel or any other non-magnetic surfaces. Also cookware that is less than 4.75" in diameter cannot be used, therefore cookware with curved bottoms are not recommended as the complete bottom should be in contact with the burner. Flat bottom, inductive ready cookware is the best choice to cook in these cooktops.

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