Induction Cooktop

Induction Cooktop

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T-Fal Professional Nonstick 10-Piece Cookware Set, Black

T-Fal Professional Nonstick 10-Piece Cookware Set, Black T-Fal’s Professional Nonstick product line features nonstick coatings on both the interior and the exterior for easy cleanup and excellent release. The aluminum construction ensures even heat conductivity. Riveted handles won’t come loose, and the silicone stays cool with regular stovetop use.


Max Burton 6530 ProChef 3000-Watt Commercial Induction Cooktop

Max Burton 6530 ProChef 3000-Watt Commercial Induction Cooktop 6530 ProChef-3000 Commercial Induction Cooktop is commercially rated at 3000 watts (220 Volts-60Hz). Power requirements 20 amp - 220V AC. Stainless Steel Body with durable commercial grade materials. 13 power levels between 500 - 3000W. Ten temperature levels (140 - 464 F degrees). 170-minute timer, touchscreen controls with function lock, Cookware detection, overheat sensor and Auto shut off.


portable Induction Cooker

Portable Induction Cooker VICC120SS -MagneQuick induction power generator -Burner- 8''/1,800 watt -Easy to clean glass ceramic surface -Extremely durable, wear-resistant surface. Portable countertop cooking -Metal knobs with childproof, push-to-turn safety feature -Stainless steel / black exterior featuring black glass and knobs -1 year full warranty -Dimensions: 3.25'' H x 12'' W x 15'' D -Not all cookware is induction capable -Must be a flat-bottomed cookware with a magnetic component This easy to use induction cooker creates an additional cooktop in your kitchen, office, or anywhere it's useful. The exceptionally responsive MagneQuick power generator used magnetic energy to cook quickly and efficiently. A glass-ceramic surface is extremely durable and allows for easy cleanup.


Sunpentown 1300W Induction Cooktop SR-964TS

Sunpentown 1300W Induction Cooktop SR-964TS Micro-Induction Cooktop provides the best in cooktop performance, safety, and efficiency. Induction heats as electricity flow through a coil to produce a magnetic field under the ceramic plate. When a ferromagnetic cookware is placed on the ceramic surface, currents are induced in the cookware, and instant heat is generated due to the resistance of the pan. Heat is generated to the pan only, and no heat is lost. As there are no open flames, inductions are safer to use than conventional burners. Once cookware is removed, all molecular activity ceases, and heating is stopped immediately.

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