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Total Chef TCIS11BN 450 Degree F Single Burner Induction Cooktop

Total Chef TCIS11BN 450 Degree F Single Burner Induction Cooktop

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How long do your conventional oven burners take to heat up? Several minutes? Longer? With the Total Chef TCIS11BN 450 Single Burner Induction Cooktop you can drastically cut down on your cooking times as this chef's aide can heat up to 450F in simply a matter of minutes. The induction heating coil is located beneath the tempered glass surface which remains at a steady low temperature as its function is to receive the heat from the pan. Once the pan is placed on the cooktop little energy is wasted as the heat is transferred directly to the pan. Because the Induction Cooktop is able to heat up the pan so quickly and efficiently much less energy is used and when a pan is lifted off the device the zones in use stop heating immediately. A conventional oven stove top can use as much as 60% more energy than an Induction Cooktop. This means that those using conventional stove tops not only have to wait longer for their meal to cook but they also have to pay more for it as a result due to higher electric bills. The 450 Single Burner Induction Cooktop is also portable and small enough to easily stash away in a cabinet while not in use. This makes it perfect for those with limited countertop space that don't need another appliance taking up room when not being used. Because it plugs into wall outlet the user can use it in any room to keep something at a simmer for guests or bring it with them on the go. Induction Cooktops require the use of induction compatible pots and pans. This includes steel or cast iron enameled iron stainless steel and flat-bottom pots and pans. As easy method to determine if your pots or pans are compatible is to put a magnet up to it and see if it sticks. If the magnet does not stick then there is a good chance the pan is not suitable for induction cooking. A list of some non-compatible pots and pans are heat-resistant glass ceramic containers copper aluminum and rounded-bottom pots and pans. Product Description How long do your conventional oven burners take to heat up? Several minutes? Longer? With the Total Chef TCIS11BN 450 Single Burner Induction Cooktop you can drastically cut down on your cooking times as this chef's aide can heat up to 450F in simply a matter of minutes. The induction heating coil is located beneath the tempered glass surface which remains at a steady low temperature as its function is to receive the heat from the pan. Once the pan is placed on the cooktop little energy is wasted as the heat is transferred directly to the pan. Because the Induction Cooktop is able to heat up the pan so quickly and efficiently much less energy is used and when a pan is lifted off the device the zones in use stop heating immediately. A conventional oven stove top can use as much as 60% more energy than an Induction Cooktop. This means that those using conventional stove tops not only have to wait longer for their meal to cook but they also have to pay more for it as a result due to higher electric bills. The 450 Single Burner Induction Cooktop is also portable and small enough to easily stash away in a cabinet while not in use. This makes it perfect for those with limited countertop space that don't need another appliance taking up room when not being used. Because it plugs into wall outlet the user can use it in any room to keep something at a simmer for guests or bring it with them on the go. Induction Cooktops require the use of induction compatible pots and pans. This includes steel or cast iron enameled iron stainless steel and flat-bottom pots and pans. As easy method to determine if your pots or pans are compatible is to put a magnet up to it and see if it sticks. If the magnet does not stick then there is a good chance the pan is not suitable for induction cooking. A list of some non-compatible pots and pans are heat-resistant glass ceramic containers copper aluminum and rounded-bottom pots and pans.

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